Meetings and Education

Club Meetings

Our club meetings are at the heart of how our members achieve their goals. While each club has its own character, there are some things that are consistent, no matter where you are in the world. To find out more, you can explore the links below on meeting roles and how to run successful meetings.

The Meeting Roles
Leading a Club Meeting for the first time

The Toastmasters Club Experience

Our Education Programme

Our Education Programme is at the heart of what we do. We know that the more people get involved in our education programme, the more they develop their communications and leadership skills, with great confidence. Our most prestigious award – the Distinguished Toastmaster (DTM).

Our club meetings are designed to draw all elements of our education – prepared speeches, table topics, evaluations as well as functionary roles such as timekeeping and tracking great use of language.

There are a range of resources on the Toastmasters International site for you to explore further;

Pathways

In 20th March 2018, Toastmasters International launched a revitalised education programme in District 71,  designed to make us even better at empowering individuals to become more effective communicators and leaders. To find out more, check out the international website and the Pathways Ambassadors will be in contact.

Below are a set of resources and newsletter articles that give great support and insight into the Pathways Educational Programme.

Club Leadership: Pathways Schematic Chart

Club Leadership: Pathways Paths and Projects Catalogue

Club Leadership: Pathways Forms for Evaluators

Special Educational Section: “Is your club making the most of Pathways?”

Pathways is here but is your club making the most of it NOW?

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