Club Members

Club Members – Pages of Interest

Information for Club Members

 

  • Visitor and New Member Kit
  • Standard Meeting Roles
  • District Convention
  • Resources
  • Meeting Times and Places
  • Finding Clubs “Near you”
  • District Officers
  • Specialist Clubs
  • Changing Details
  • TI Policies and Procedures

Visitor and New Member Kit

Provide your Visitors with this great set of materials alongside a copy of the Southern Cross, the Toastmasters Magazine, and links to our website to help get them started.

Standard Meeting Roles

Toastmasters International Standard Meeting Roles

Toastmasters International has defined some guidance to clubs about roles to have in a Toastmasters meeting. Clubs have a lot of flexibility to determine their own programmes, and may have more, less or different roles to those listed – and clubs deviating from this list should take the time to help their new-comers, by documenting their roles in a similar way.

Toastmasters provides describes a good description of the Standard Meeting Roles resume.

District Convention

The District Convention is the major event on District 73’s annual calendar, held typically in May each year.

The Convention combines the ultimate District 73 speaking competitions, the formalities of the District Council meeting, and a series of workshops all in one event. The foremost competition is the International Speech Contest, where the winner gets to go to the International Convention to compete amongst rivals in other Districts around the world!

In recent years, the District Convention is been held in;

  • Launcestion, Tas, 2015
  • Melbourne, Vic, 2014
  • Adelaide, SA, 2013

Our upcoming District Convention is to be held in Adelaide. Check out the Convention website for the coming event.

Resources

Member Resources

 A collection of other Member Resources

Being a Great Speaker

The Finalists 2008 provides an insight into the Top speakers at the 2008 International Convention. Read from those who have Made It.

Miscellaneous Resources from the Internet

Various indexes to excellent content of interest to Toastmasters have been collated, by individuals globally. There is a good list of Online Resources in the Toastmasters Wikia.

Links to External Sites in the Wiki Directory

A number of key references, are included in the Wiki’s Directory.

Meeting Times and Places

Finding current Meeting Times and Places

You can find a list of clubs, and their general locations and meeting times on the District Website athttp://www.d73.toastmasters.org.au/clubs.

Club details are listed here, based on information supplied from Toastmasters International (from whom we get periodic listings), or the clubs themselves.

To check meeting information, you are encouraged to check the links to each club website, and to the registered details held by Toastmasters International, which you can obtain by clicking on the club name on our Districts “clubs” webpages above.

The TI information usually has full details on a club’s meeting place street address, and frequency of meetings.

Finding Clubs “Near you”

Some members like to find clubs nearby that they might visit. In fact, visiting other clubs can give opportunities to speak in front of a new audience, to see how other clubs operate, and to hear others speak. You may even be given the honour of providing an evaluation at the club you visit. You can find clubs using the same listings at http://www.d73.toastmasters.org.au/clubs.

District Officers

Details of current District Officers are still available on the Public website.

Please refer to http://www.d73.toastmasters.org.au/officers

Specialist Clubs

District 73 has a large and diverse range of clubs. Many clubs in Toastmasters are specialised to meet the differing needs of the various communities that they support. Some clubs focus on developing leadership skills; others focus on special interests or simply as a platform to give advanced speakers more challenges.

Following is a list of some in District 73. .

Changing Details

From time to time, you may wish to change the details Toastmasters maintains about you.

This page is to summarise how to make those changes.

Attribute Changed How to request
Name Use the Contact Us form on the TM website – http://www.toastmasters.org/FunctionalMenuCategories/ContactUs/ContactUsForm.aspx – complete the details, including your Member Number, or provide the same details and an email to membership@toastmasters.org.
Email address Use the Contact Us form on the TM website – http://www.toastmasters.org/FunctionalMenuCategories/ContactUs/ContactUsForm.aspx – complete the details, including your Member Number, or provide the same details and an email to membership@toastmasters.org. If you are Club Officer, District Officer of District Volunteer, please also advise maintainer@d73.toastmasters.org.au to make an interim update the mailing lists for District 73.

TI Policies and Procedures

All Toastmasters Districts are expected to comply with the Policies and Procedures of Toastmasters International.

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