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Advance­ments in tech­nol­o­gy now pro­vide the oppor­tu­ni­ty for every Cer­ti­fied Train­er to be ful­ly trained, at no cost or min­i­mal cost to the District.

Divi­sions with small geog­ra­phy require one train­er; divi­sions with larg­er geog­ra­phy will deter­mine the num­ber of train­ers required to deliv­er training. 

APPOINTMENT OF TRAINERS

Cer­ti­fied Train­er approval is over­seen by Kiwa­nis Inter­na­tion­al. KI approves those to be cer­ti­fied as Cer­ti­fied Train­ers based on the can­di­dates’ expe­ri­ence. The term for Cer­ti­fied Train­ers is 3 years. It is impor­tant that all Cer­ti­fied Train­ers com­mit to serv­ing their Divi­sion for three years. Train­ers need to be trained once in their three-year term, pri­or to deliv­er­ing their first session.

A notice will be sent to every Divi­sion regard­ing the cur­rent open­ings for Cer­ti­fied Train­ers for the next three-year term to deliv­er train­ing in 2020,2021 and 2022. Inter­est­ed mem­bers will sub­mit their names and qual­i­fi­ca­tions as out­lined by Kiwa­nis Inter­na­tion­al, to their Lieu­tenant Gov­er­nors, who will then for­ward the list to the Dis­trict Office. Job Post­ing can be found here.  Cer­ti­fied Train­er Post­ing.  Descrip­tion de tâche

 TIMELINES

  • Adver­tis­ing for new train­ers – Jan­u­ary 2021
  • Due date to apply for Cer­ti­fied Train­er posi­tions – Jan­u­ary 31, 2021
  • Train the Train­er Ses­sions – Feb­ru­ary and/or March 2021 using Zoom
  • CLE Train­ing to be com­plet­ed in every Divi­sion – June 30, 2021

DELIVERY

Using the KI mate­ri­als and Lead­er­ship Guide as the train­ing tool, the  Train the Train­er cur­ricu­lum will include the fol­low­ing top­ics and meth­ods to deliv­er the information

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  • The logis­tics and tim­ing of CLE train­ing in your Division
  • Work­ing with the LG to plan the train­ing for the Division
  • How to do an Intro­duc­tion Ice Breaker
  • Mes­sages from the Gov­er­nor-elect deliv­ered by the LG
  • Mes­sages from the Lieu­tenant Governor
  • Respon­si­bil­i­ties and Duties of the President
  • Duties of the Com­mit­tee Chair
  • Your Club’s Committees
  • Duties and Respon­si­bil­i­ties of the Pres­i­dent-elect and VP
  • The Pur­pose and Struc­ture of the Board of Directors
  • The Club Meet­ing and Agenda
  • Induc­tion of New Members
  • Club Pres­i­dents Plan­ning Conference
  • The Annu­al Gen­er­al Meeting
  • Ser­vice Lead­er­ship Pro­grams (SLP)
  • Mem­ber­ship Goal Set­ting and the use of the Dis­trict Mem­ber­ship Growth Model
  • The Month­ly Checklist
  • Order­ing train­ing mate­ri­als for your Divi­sion from KI
  • To sup­port the Lieu­tenant Gov­er­nors, Cer­ti­fied Train­ers will serve as the Edu­ca­tion Lead for their Divi­sion, pre­sent­ing infor­ma­tion pre­pared by the Dis­trict Edu­ca­tion Com­mit­tee at the Divi­sions DCMs

Please note: although the qual­i­fi­ca­tions stip­u­late that you should be a Past Lieu­tenant Gov­er­nor to be a Cer­ti­fied Train­er, that is not nec­es­sar­i­ly the case. Past Pres­i­dents who are inter­est­ed may also apply.

Any­one who is inter­est­ed should review the qual­i­fi­ca­tions to deter­mine if they have these skills and abil­i­ties. The addi­tion­al com­mit­ment that is expect­ed is that Train­ers will com­plete the annu­al on-line Train­ers reports and eval­u­a­tions fol­low­ing their Train­ing sessions.

Kiwa­nis Train­er Qualifications:

Appli­ca­tions are being received for Cer­ti­fied Train­ers for EC&C. In order to apply to be a Train­er for Club Lead­er­ship Edu­ca­tion in EC&C can­di­dates must have the fol­low­ing qualifications:

  1. Must have served as a Club Pres­i­dent or high­er office.
  2. Ded­i­cat­ed to the edu­ca­tion and train­ing of club lead­ers, in par­tic­u­lar Pres­i­dents, Sec­re­taries and Trea­sur­ers for a 3‑year term.
  3. Attend a Train the Train­er Session.
  4. Encour­age and sup­port the pre­sen­ta­tion of Edu­ca­tion Com­mit­tee mod­ules and train­ing resources.
  5. Have a work­ing knowl­edge and skill with com­mu­ni­ca­tion and com­put­er tech­nol­o­gy, includ­ing Word, Excel, and Pow­er­Point programs.
  6. Avail­able to deliv­er Train­ing at Divi­sion­al and Region­al Cau­cus and Coun­cil meetings.
  7. Have a strong lev­el of con­fi­dence and abil­i­ty with oral and pre­sen­ta­tion skills.
  8. Exhib­it an upbeat, pos­i­tive and friend­ly atti­tude towards indi­vid­u­als and the train­ing process.

For those who are inter­est­ed, please sub­mit your appli­ca­tion form as soon as possible.

Click here for Appli­ca­tion Form and  Posi­tion Descrip­tion or  email  PG Joanne as not­ed below.

Regards,
Joanne Mur­ray LG Train­ing Coordinator

moc.sregor@yarrum.ennaoj:otliam

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