Pathways Learning Experience News
1. Members can now access and do all of the projects in all levels of their online path.
2. Path projects can now be done in any order the member chooses.
NOTE 1: While you can complete levels and projects in the order of your choice, level completions must be submitted in chronological order on Club Central for recognition purposes including the Distinguished Club Programme.
For more detailed information, consult the Pathways FAQs (September Update Section – Questions 27 – 36)
Click here for Pathways FAQs
NOTE 2: Print paths are not impacted by this change. See FAQ #36
Need a trainer to visit your Club?
Click here for a list of Division Pathways trainers
Path Exchange: Toastmasters International has extended the Path exchange from 30 days to 90 days. Refunds are not possible. More information can be obtained by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
Legacy Resources: Better Speaker Series, Successful Club Series and Leadership Excellence Series: These excellent resource documents will continue to be available after the June 30th, 2020 end to the legacy program. As time permits, they will be updated and reissued.
To learn more: email Tony Nelson, District 60 Pathways Chair
Discover more benefits and learn what to do next in Pathways with confidence. Join Matthew Kleinosky, DTM, in this webinar series to Get Started and “Get Ahead” in Pathways.
Reach your personal and professional goals through Pathways, Toastmasters new education program. Build the real-world skills you’re looking for with a user-friendly online learning experience you can customize to fit your needs.
- A self-paced learning program that focuses on building professional skills
- Features 11 dynamic learning paths made up of over 60 projects
- Projects include over 300 transferable competencies
- Employees can learn how to negotiate, network, lead meetings and more
- Resources and projects are conveniently accessible online
There are 11 dynamic paths developed around five core competencies. Each path is unique and core competencies are listed in order of emphasis. Review the Paths and Core Competencies document to learn more.
Get Started in Pathways
Your Pathways learning experience begins with logging in to the Toastmasters International website. Review these “how to” resources to guide you through log in, check compatibility, and choose a path.
Review this reference to guide you to log in to the Toastmasters International website.
This video guides you to log in to the Toastmasters International website.
This resource will help orient you to starting Pathways: learn more, take the assessment, and go to Base Camp.
This resource guides you to consider your options and opportunities when choosing between Base Camp and Printed Materials.
This video guides you to access Base Camp and choose a path.
Get Familiar with Pathways
You may have questions as you continue your journey of personal and professional development through Pathways. Find solutions here.
Level 1 is Mastering Fundamentals. It consists of four projects and a number of assignments, including the Ice Breaker, to help you develop your communication skills.
Use this resource to take a tour of Base Camp: navigate Base Camp, my education transcript, my feedback, my badges, and speech evaluations.
This video guides you to Base Camp, your path and to open and navigate your curriculum.
How to Start Projects (video)
This video guides you to starting projects in the Pathways learning experience.
How to Navigate Projects
Each project begins with a title page screen. Use this reference guide to learn how to navigate interactive screens, access your assignment, assess your skills, and your evaluation.
As executive leaders, club officers can support fellow members in learning about and embracing Pathways. Review club best practices here.
Before the meeting
Have a club roster with Member IDs available. This information will help members to log in.
Schedule a Pathways Q&A session 30 minutes before a regular meeting.
Host a special meeting at a location with Wifi access, whether at another club or other venue. Allow a lead member to conduct a “live demo”. Looking for Pathways presenters? Guides are willing to help members to log in, choose a path, navigate Base Camp, and start their first project. Click here to contact a Guide in your Division.
During the meeting
Integrate Pathways into your club meetings. Add Pathways to your agenda with tips and tricks to enhance club quality and support the club mission.
After the meeting
Keep track of where your members are on their Pathways journey. Base Camp Managers can track member progress with the Individual Progress report. Discuss with the club executive how to support members through the transition.
Use these additional resources to support your fellow members:
This companion guide has been put together by District 69 to assist members beginning the Pathways Learning Experience for the first time, and as a useful ongoing reference for members working in Pathways.
New to Toastmasters
Now that you’re a member, you will prepare and deliver speeches at club meetings based on the projects in the Toastmasters Pathways learning experience. As the foundation of your Toastmasters experience, Pathways is designed to help you build the competencies you need to communicate and lead.
To learn more email Tony Nelson – District 60 Pathways Chair, email@example.com.