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District 59 Belgium, France, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Monaco

District 95 Denmark, Germany, Norway, Sweden

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District 108 Estonia, Finland, Latvia, Lithuania and Poland

District 109 Austria, Bulgaria, Cyprus, Greece, Italy, Lichtenstein, FYR Macedonia, San Marino, Switzerland and Vatican City

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District U Undistricted Clubs in Europe

Author malw  Date 16 Aug 06, 13:44  Views 10003
Description Details of Success/Leadership modules and Accredited Speaker programme
Category Maximum Achievements  Type Information

Other Programmes

What other educational opportunities are there in Toastmasters?

There's the Success/Leadership modules. If you'd like to delve in detail into subjects such as management, the qualities of a leader, effective listening, parliamentary procedure, creative thinking, and so forth, Toastmasters International offers prepackaged course materials for you or a member of your club to present to a group of participants. These courses are called Success/Leadership modules.

The modules come complete with instruction manuals for the participants and for the coordinator, as well as overhead transparencies and so forth to use during the session.

Modules are currently available on the following subjects: conducting productive meetings, parliamentary procedure, Speechcraft (an eight-week public speaking education program), effective listening, effective evaluation, mental flexibility, the power of ideas, characteristics of effective leaders, developing leadership skills, training, and developding management skills. There is an additional course available called 'Youth Leadership' which is similar to Speechcraft except that it's targeted for children and teenagers and it's not formally part of the Success/Leadership program. Modules are ordered through the Supply Catalogue.

Is there anything else?

The very, very best speakers may qualify for the Accredited Speaker programme, a TI programme to recognise those with professional speaking skills.
The requirements to qualify as an Accredited Speaker are as follows.
The applicant must:

    1 - be a current member of a Toastmasters club.
    2 - have given a minimum of 25 speaking engagements to non-Toastmasters audiences within three years of application date. Copies of five letters of acknowledgment or appreciation from any of the 25 engagements must be provided as documentary evidence of successful presentations.
    3 - pass a rigorous two-stage judging process.

Fewer than 25% of the members who apply for the Accredited Speaker programme become Accredited Speakers, and very few Toastmasters apply in the first place. This programme is only for the best.

Further details of the Accredited Speaker programme can be downloaded at

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