Become the Speaker and Leader You Want To Be

Join Toastmasters in Western Australia and ….

  • overcome any fear of public speaking
  • build your speaking skills and confidence
  • grow as a leader in your business, community or family.

Join a Toastmasters Club in Western Australia

Overcome Fear of Public Speaking

Attending Toastmasters teaches you practical skills in how to present in public, and gives you regular practice in a supportive environment.

Build your Skills and Confidence

Toastmasters has a comprehensive training program. You will learn new skills and be given the chance to practice them.

Grow as a Leader

The Toastmasters program teaches skills in communication and leadership.

Looking for a short course in Public Speaking?

You Can Learn To Be An Effective Public Speaker

Enrol in Speechcraft!

 

In four easy two-hour sessions, learn how to:

  • Structure different types of Speeches
  • Use Vocal Variety and Body Language
  • Speak to Persuade, to Inform or to Entertain
  • Speak Off-the-Cuff

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What are People saying about Toastmasters

Tom Bielski

I joined Toastmasters in 2012, wanting to improve my stage skills (I wanted to be a comedian. Still working on it!) From my first meeting I was welcomed and supported in my journey. The members of all the clubs where I have been a member are very kind and understanding, and I received a lot…

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Mark Richards

When I first joined Toastmasters in 2001, little did I know what a significant effect it would have on my life? I joined with the aim of improving my communication skills in front of an audience but it has delivered much more than that to me. It has improved my listening skills through the evaluations…

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Nicky Quekett

I was invited to join toastmasters by a discerning friend who felt that I would find it both interesting and enjoyable. It was more than that and I am eternally grateful to her. Although I had been exposed to public speaking for many years, I had never had to give a speech and bring it…

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Ian Pickens

A long time ago in a distant memory I heard of a group of people who learnt and practiced public speaking. They were called Toastmasters It sounded like a lot of fun BUT, do they really have impromptu speaking? How can one talk on a subject to which the subject is totally foreign? I had…

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Jeff Oliver

Toastmasters can be an Enchanting Phenomenon. It can be a portal, a horcrux, a Platform 9.75, or a wart on an elephant’s bottom (expurgated version). I am sure that the founder, Smedley (poor man) like Moses, didn’t fully comprehend what he had in his hands. ‘It’s what you do with what you’ve got’. I have…

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Cybele Katavatis

In Toastmasters I have learned to structure my thought process better. This becomes possible as we construct speeches. I now make better sense, not only with speeches but also in everyday interacting. The second thing that I now try to correct, has to do with voice technique. Again Toastmasters provides the perfect environment to improve…

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Gerard Woerlee

For many years I have been a member of two Toastmasters clubs. During that period I have visited many affiliated clubs, especially in various states of the USA. while on holidays. My final membership years were spent with the Victoria Quay club. On reflection I have come to the conclusion that this association with the…

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Lynda t’Hart

There aren’t many occasions in my life that had as profound and long reaching consequences as getting involved with Toastmasters. Being a member has helped me to discover my voice. Before being a member, my thoughts were often bound within the confines of my mind. The Toastmasters learning program is self paced; allowing each member…

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Liz Sheridan

14 years ago, I met a very confident lady who spoke exceptionally well. I was shy and lacking confidence. When she told me that Toastmasters was the key, I vowed to attend one day and become *just like her* It took me 7 years to muster up the courage to go along to my first…

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Wendy

I remember feeling welcomed from the very first night when I stepped in the door at Victoria Quay Toastmasters and I was immediately greeted and introduced to others.   I received a great deal of benefit from the range of evaluations, observing a variety of speeches and learning from everyone who participated to build on…

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Peter McDonnell

In the past 40 years, I have watched Toastmasters in Western Australia grow from only one club to now over 70 clubs, in a new District 17 with three separate divisions. I personally have also grown alongside it. How this organisation has helped me develop over the years been a wonderful lifetime experience. As a…

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Pauline Saunier

I have been lucky enough to be a charter member of a new club on the south coast of WA. This is an added bonus as it is possible to take on leadership roles in conjunction with the highly successful Toastmaster communication program. I had already been introduced to Public Speaking before I joined Toastmasters…

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Jeanette Farrar

In April, 2003 I had just relocated from Newman to Perth and wanted to improve my impromptu speaking skills in direct relation to my career path. I found it really difficult to articulate my points of view, be succinct and also to clearly define business plans etc. especially, when in meetings or under pressure. So…

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Maree Pickens

I read about Toastmasters in a book by a US author and entrepreneur I admired. She couldn’t speak highly enough of the value of Toastmasters in helping her become a successful business woman and even better mother. I jumped on the web and was immediately impressed at the breadth of information provided by Toastmasters at…

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