TLI and Club Officers Training

TLI - Talk, Lead, Inspire

Toastmaster Leadership Institute (TLI) with Club Officer Training (COT) - Open to all Toastmasters (not just club officers)

Start your Toastmasters year right: get trained, get new ideas, share ideas at the premier educational opportunity for Toastmasters and club officers in District 96!

Date:  Saturday June 18, 2022

Time:  9:00 am – 3:00 pm

Location:  online ZOOM

REGISTER for this online, free Event:


9:00 am – 12:00 noon  Toastmasters Leadership Institute (TLI) - everyone is welcome to attend

12:00 pm – 12:30 pm  Lunch Break

12:30 pm – 3:00 pm  Club Officers Training (COT) - all club officers to attend for information relevant to all club officers followed by the club officers going to their respective breakout rooms


Sneak Peek:

  • Meet this year’s Leadership Team.
  • Bring your questions as there will be Q & A
  • Meet your team of club officer trainers who will be supporting club officers this year.


Club Officer Training

Trained club officers translate into a club’s ultimate success.

Did you know that successful clubs in the Distinguished Club Program ensure that all seven of their club officers are trained in the first round?

Members deserve to be in a thriving club and have a rich Toastmasters experience. As a club officer you have the important role in helping to create this.

Attend this virtual live Training to receive credit for your role towards the Distinguished Club Program.  Bring all your club officers.  It’s a great learning opportunity.


If you are a new club officer or new Toastmaster…

  • You become part of group of peers, which is now your support group.
  • Just like starting a new job where you are trained, we similarly provide you the tools and resources to be successful.


If you are a prior officer holding the same position in 2021-2022:

  • Share best practices and what you wish you had known when you first started the role.
  • Sharing your expertise with others is appreciated.
  • Gain a fresh perspective.
  • Consider volunteering to help with the training.
  • Network with others, consider joint club meetings, or virtual banner raids, or discuss your club adopting another club to help them become better.
  • Connect with newer club officers and offer to assist or mentor.


If you are not yet a Club Officer attend the training for these reasons:

  • You can be on a VP Public Relations, VP Membership or VP Education committee in your club.
  • You can volunteer to be the assistant to the role.
  • If you are considering a Club Officer role in the future, you can understand the responsibilities in advance.


Make the most out of your Toastmasters experience and bring your learnings back to your club to provide everyone the BEST Toastmaster Experience possible.

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