New Clubs in WA

Have a look at the help pages being built up about New Clubs

Why New Clubs

There are at least 3 good reasons why

    The Toastmaster Mission
    The District WA Vision
    Personal achievement

The Toastmaster Mission

It is basic to the mission of Toastmasters International that it continually expands its worldwide network of clubs, thereby offering ever-greater numbers of people the opportunity to benefit from its programs.

The District WA Vision

We have a vision of a District based on Western Australia only. There are several important requirements to achieve this vision. The first is that we have a minimum of 60 clubs. There are other requirements, but without a base of 60 clubs we get nowhere.

Personal achievement

    DTM. It’s a requirement for the Distinguished Toastmaster Award to be a Founder or Mentor for a new club, or a Coach for a failing club.
    Area Governors. The Presidents Distinguished Award requires a net gain of one club during the year.
    Division Governors. The Presidents Distinguished Award requires a net gain of one club during the year.

Three kinds of clubs

    Community Clubs
    Corporate Clubs
    Advanced Clubs

Community Clubs

These are clubs which draw their membership from a local community. They may be based on a suburb or country town. You can see examples of these from their websites

Corporate Clubs

These are clubs which draw their membership mainly or exclusively from a corporation, business or institution.
An example of this is UWA

Advanced Clubs

These are clubs which draw their membership from members of other clubs – dual members. You can see examples of these from their websites

Do you want help?

If you want to discuss your idea or proposal for a new club, contact David Nicholas DTM, the WA New Clubs Coordinator

David Nicholas
David Nicholas DTM
WA New Clubs Coordinator
9457 6468