The most comprehensive training available
One morning, three benefits:
Club success workshops
Club officer training
Delve deeper into Pathways at this special Toastmasters Learning Institute and Club Officer Training devoted to the new education program and your club’s success.
The morning starts with a presentation and Q & A on Pathways, followed by five workshops to help grow your club and meet members’ needs. The day caps off with club officer training led by Pathways experts, many who are serving in the roles for which they are training. Together you will discuss Pathways and new ideas, and problem solve about challenges your club may be experiencing.
Your attendance at club officer training will bring your club one step closer to achieving its Distinguished Club (DCP) goals. To earn DCP credit, you must be registered with Toastmasters International as an officer in the role for which you are attending training. A minimum of four officers from your club must attend Phase I training and four officers attend Phase II training to earn one DCP goal.
Clubs where all seven officers attend Phase II training will receive a pen and pencil set for each officer.
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8:30 a.m. – 9:00 a.m. Registration and Refreshments
9:00 a.m. – 10:15 a.m. Introduction and Pathways Presentation
10:30 a.m. – 11:30 a.m. Club Success Workshops
11:45 a.m. – 12:45 p.m. Club Officer Training
12:45 p.m. Day Adjourns
|Where would we be without our volunteers: Inspiring volunteer leadership||Irene Kaye, DTM|
|Dynamic Club Meetings: Keep your members engaged||Gilles Robert, ACG, CL|
|Closing the Deal: Convert guests to members||Roman Smolak, DTM|
|Learn how to facilitate Moments of Truth in your club||Justin Edenbaum, ACB ALB
Karen Goodyear, DTM
|Club Finances: Budget for success||Andrew Mertens, ACG, ALB
Danielle Thibodeau, DTM
Club Officer Trainers
President – Allan Madonik, DTM
VP Education – Karim Premji, DTM
VP Membership – Marilyn Latchford, DTM
VP Public Relations – Janice Howard, DTM
Secretary – Aneeta Pathak, ACB, ALB
Treasurer – Christine Scollon-Umphrey, ACS, ALS
Sergeant-at-Arms – Andrew Mertens, ACG, ALB
Location and Transportation
Glendon College, York Hall
2275 Bayview Ave., Toronto M4N 3M6
Travel by subway to Lawrence station (Yonge line). Take bus #124 Sunnybrook Hospital for a 5-minute ride to Glendon College. The bus stops at the entrance to Glendon College and York Hall is a one-minute walk from the entrance.
Weekend on-campus parking $7 per day.