Club Coach Program
When your club is of less than 12 members, your club is eligible to request for a club coach. Can a club coach really help your club?
Yes, a club coach can help your club when your club members are willing and ready to COMMIT too.
Contact the Club Growth Director to request a club coach. Please provide the following information along with your request for us to better assist you.
Moment of Truth
The result of the “Moment of Truth” survey – this will help identify the need of the members of your club
The Club Officer Training Reports
1) What are the new things that they would like to implement?
2) What else they would like to know more to better support the club?
The contact information of the 3 Core Members
It takes at least 3 core members who are willing to lead with Courage and Enthusiasm, and work with the club coach.
While the district would love to send club coaches to every struggling clubs, it is a VOLUNTEERING position, and we are short of volunteers for club coaches. We appreciate your patience, and we strongly encourage the members of your club to bring in guests, give manual speeches, and do everything else possible to re-build membership. Through consistent effort in membership building, your club will end the year as a Distinguished Club even without a club coach.
Club Coach Resources
- The First Class Club Coach
- How to Be a Distinguished Club
- Distinguished Club Program and Club Success Plan
- How to Rebuild a Toastmasters Club
Resources from the other Districts
Volunteer as a Club Coach!
Would you like to help a struggling club get back on the right track? Volunteer as a Club Coach! We’ll provide you with the tools, you’ll help others to benefit from Toastmasters, and you’ll earn credit towards the Advanced Leader Silver award (which you’ll need for your DTM).
Not close to earned your DTM? No problem! You can “pocket” the credit and apply it when you’re ready.