PQD Bulletin

Dear Vibrant Toastmasters of District 116 ,

It gives me immense pleasure to present before you the 1st edition of the PQD Bulletin for the term 2020- 2021.

Find out who are at the forefront in Pathways Adoption and Educational Awards and Get to know other Program Quality aspects/insights.

We would like to hear from you on our initiative. Share your thoughts to d116pqdteam@gmail.com

Manzoor Moideen, DTM
PQD -D116

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Thank you for your submission. Here's the final list of our September Poster Master Award entries. Please LIKE and SHARE . The "Most Liked" poster will get a chance to win the Star Award #5 (Best Social Media Presence) trophy.
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Join us in this workshop and become a Club Mentor, Sponsor, or Coach!

One of the requirements for earning your DTM is to have served successfully as a club mentor, sponsor or coach. These three roles are official assignments. They are made by the District Director, in consultation with the Club Growth Director, and reported to Toastmasters International, so that the member can get credit towards a DTM.

New Club Mentors and Sponsors
A New Club Mentor meets regularly with the club for 6-12 months, helping the members build the skills they need to guide the club.

A New Club Sponsor helps a club get chartered by identifying a potential club, finding a location, recruiting members, collecting fees and doing the charter paperwork.
A new club may have up to 2 sponsors and 2 mentors.
For more information about New Club Mentors and Sponsors, download “So You Want To Be a Club Sponsor or Mentor“.

Club Coaches
A Club Coach is an experienced Toastmaster officially assigned by the District Director/Club Growth Director to work with a struggling club, one that has 12 or fewer members and has requested help from the District, to help that club become Distinguished. The assignment lasts to the end of the current club year (June 30) if the club reaches Distinguished status or better by that date. If Distinguished Club status is not reached in the first year, the assignment is extended to the end of the next club year (the next June 30).

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Episode No 1 of Conversations

Each month, District 116 will bring you fun and exciting campaigns and as promised, we will have the District TV & Blog.

This week, we will be launching our first TV program, “Conversations” . It’s a means to highlight toastmasters in the district in a format that is timely in terms of delivery of content.

The videos also aim to promote online engagement amongst the district members.

The audience can expect to get to know District 116 toastmasters in another light that is more casual and up-close.

You can volunteer or nominate someone on a first come first serve basis. We will take a video of the interview and post it in all our social media.

Thanks for your continued support.

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