Club Coach Training
The responsibilities of a Club Coach are to:
- Assist the club in increasing its membership and fulfilling the requirements necessary to become Distinguished or better
- Build rapport with club leaders and members
- Assess the club environment, observe, analyze and recommend solutions
- Develop a plan with goals for improvement
- Implement the plan and help club officers and members achieve their goals
- Instill enthusiasm, loyalty and a sense of responsibility for the club’s future
First Class Club Coach is a comprehensive presentation for preparing and presenting an effective training session for club coaches.
Walking into an “under 20” club without preparation can be a challenging experience. You need the desire, knowledge, tools, team, acceptance, and support of the club members. The How to Rebuild a Toastmasters Club manual will take you step by step through the stages of rebuilding a club.
The Club Coach Troubleshooting Guide is a scoring rubric to help club coaches determine corrective actions while in discussions with a struggling Toastmasters club.
The Distinguished Club Program is an annual program, running from July 1 through June 30. The program consists of 10 goals your club should strive to achieve using the Club Success Plan (see manual) as your guide. Based on the number of goals achieved and the qualifying requirements has been met, the club may be recognized as a Distinguished, Select Distinguished or President’s Distinguished Club.
The Successful Club Series Set includes modules which address the quality of club meetings and offer tips on attracting and maintaining members.
The Better Speaker Series Set modules are designed as 10-15 minute educational speeches to be given in your club. They give practical tips that can be beneficial to all members.
From Open House and corporate club fliers to PowerPoint templates and marketing brochures, customizable marketing materials true to the Toastmasters brand are available for download to use for club marketing campaigns.