7620 District Training Program

Course Descriptions

 

President Nominees

 

Course Name

Description

Getting Started with the Learning Center (15 min)

 

This Module will help you familiarize with the Learning Center Basics

Club President Basics

Total Time: 4hrs and 45 min

Looking for ways to help your club succeed? Get advice on planning for your year, creating an engaging club experience, and working with your leadership team to help your club run smoothly. Consists of eleven separate courses, each taking 15 to 45 minutes.

Essentials of Understanding Conflict (30 min)

In this course, you will learn the essentials of how to understand, manage, and resolve conflict. You'll define conflict and learn about the main types of conflict. You'll explore conflict management styles, their applications, and begin to assess your own style. You'll also review steps to solve conflict and think about how you can apply that to all kinds of conflicts you encounter yourself.

Practicing Flexibility and Innovation

A rigid club is no fun at all! If you find that your club’s rules are preventing members from getting the experience they want from Rotary, try changing them. Research shows that flexibility can help attract new members and keep current members engaged. This course includes a case study.

Structure of Rotary

Total Time: This can be viewed in easy 20-minute increments. A total of one hour.

The structure of Rotary consists of three parts: clubs, directors, board of trustees. All three parts together describe the functions of Rotary, individual tasks and responsibilities of the executive team, the composition of the board of trustees and directors. It also gives the reader a general sense of how the foundation is run.

Using DACdb to Assess Growth ad Membership Leads

 

 

DACdb stores historic membership trends on your club’s dashboard while the Customer Relationship Management (CRM) provides a useful tool for managing information on prospective members and their status. Learn how to maximize your club’s growth potential using this tool.

Rotary Brand

Total Time: 15 min.

Despite more than a century of Rotarians creating change in communities around the globe, many people don’t understand what Rotary is, how we’re different, and why they should engage with us. To thrive in the 21st century, Rotary needs a strong identity. And while every Rotarian’s experience is unique, how we tell Rotary’s story should be consistent. One of the first steps to use the Rotary brand and its symbols appropriately. This course will help you understand Rotary's brand; the benefits of a consistent, recognizable brand; and how you can strengthen Rotary by being a brand champion.

 

 

Presidents Elect

 

Course Name

Description

Best Practices for Engaging Members

Total Time: 30 min.

https://learn.rotary.org/members/learn/course/94/BestPracticesforEngagingMembers

This course will help you develop strategies for engaging people at all stages of membership. You’ll learn how to energize the club experience, make members happy, and keep your club from becoming stale.

Is Your Club Healthy

 

https://learn.rotary.org/members/learn/course/107/is-your-club-healthy

Take this course to help your club stay valuable to your members and your community. Through interactive learning and exercises, this course will help you assess whether your club is healthy and how to develop a strategic plan to guide you to set long-term priorities and goals to support your club’s vision.

Club President Basics

Total Time: 4hrs and 45 min

Looking for ways to help your club succeed? Get advice on planning for your year, creating an engaging club experience, and working with your leadership team to help your club run smoothly. Consists of eleven separate courses, each taking 15 to 45 minutes.

How to Start a Community-Based Rotaract Club

Total Time: Appr. 20 min

 

https://learn.rotary.org/members/learn/course/443/How%252520to%252520Start%252520a%252520Community-Based%252520Rotaract%252520Club

Learn why community-based Rotaract clubs are a great addition to your community and how easy it is to start one. This course is for Rotarians who want to start a Rotaract club for the first time. Use the additional resources to learn more or to share with your clubs.

Rotary Programs for Youth Leaders

https://learn.rotary.org/members/share/asset/view/1246

This Training Provides Useful information to President Elects about how Rotary’s programs for Young leaders (Interact, Rotaract, Rotary Youth Exchange, New Generation Service Exchange and Rotary Youth Leadership Awards) can benefit the organization.  Get their Clubs and Districts more involved in these programs, Promote Rotary in ways that appeal to Young people.

How to Run a Meeting

This presentation will provide you with practical information on running a Rotary meeting and some of the challenges or surprises you may encounter.

 

 

Area Governors

 

Course Name

Course Description

Mentoring Basics

This course will provide you with practical information on how to be a mentor.

Area Governor Basics

The Rotary learning center has a “get ready: assistant governor” learning module this module consists of four parts.  To do each part completely will take at least 2 1/2 hours. Individual parts describe club relations and guidance, enhancing club performance and membership.

Working with Your Team

https://learn.rotary.org/members/learn/course/638/working-with-your-district-team

This course will help Rotary leaders to understand district leadership team structures and responsibilities. It also provides useful information regarding required district roles, committees, subcommittees, and qualifications and responsibilities for each of them. Additionally, this course provides detailed information for optional committees and subcommittees and responsibilities associated with them.

Becoming and Effective Facilitator

Total Time: 30 min

https://learn.rotary.org/members/learn/course/643/play/5222:962/becoming-an-effective-facilitator

This course highlights the importance and value of facilitation and will focus on how effective facilitators can guide people to achieve their goals.  This interactive course introduces a number of facilitation techniques and provides sample scenarios to help you practice facilitation skills.

Building Rotary’s Public Image

Total Time: 15 min

https://learn.rotary.org/members/learn/course/internal/view/elearning/669/building-rotarys-public-image

This interactive course explains the importance of Rotary’s public image and your role in not just raising awareness of Rotary but also helping people actually understand Rotary and Rotarians.

 

 

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