Education Program Resources
The Toastmasters Education Program has two aims, to help members become:
- Better Communicators; and
- Better Leaders
To address this, the education program is divided into two tracks - communication and leadership. Each member has the opportunity to set and achieve his or her individual goals within the tracks.
The Competent Communication Manual is designed to give a strong start in developing a core set of skills for public speaking. Each of the ten projects in this basic manual focuses on a certain aspect of speech making -- from organisation to delivery
The Communication Track Beginning with projects from the Competent Communications "Basic" manual, this track is dedicated to improving member's speaking and listening skills
The Competent Leadership Manual focuses on different leadership skills through ten projects, each providing the member background information and an assignment that requires serving in one or more specified meeting or club roles in which the aspects of that skill can be practiced.
The Leadership Track Beginning with projects from the Competent Leadership manual, this track focuses on developing a member's leadership skills through a variety of Club and District activities.
The Advanced Communication Manuals challenge members to further improve their skills in a specific area of public speaking. Some manuals focus on "real life" situations such as public relations and technical briefings, while others help develop more widely applicable skills such as humor and storytelling.
Leadership Opportunities Toastmasters members may take advantage of many opportunities to strengthen their leadership skills. Many members take on leadership roles within the organization while others prefer to conduct specialized workshops to help their fellow members or their community.
The Advanced Leadership Manuals challenge members to further improve their leadership skills. Members learn and develop leadership skills as they deliver presentations in a variety
Leadership Oportunities Toastmasters members may take advantage of many opportunities to strengthen their leadership skills. Many members take on leadership roles within the organization, and others prefer to conduct specialiszed workshops to help thei…View Resource
The Success/Communication Program is comprised of several modules designed to offer a higher, more comprehensive level of training for developing and improving communication skills. In addition to the presentation materials, each program also provides…View Resource
The Leadership Excellence Series is a set of modules that teach members the skills they will need to be successful leaders inside and outside of Toastmasters. Each module takes about 10 minutes to present and includes a PowerPoint presentation and a sc…View Resource
The Successful Club Series This a set of 10-15 minute educational speeches focused on improving the quality of club meetings, with tips on attracting and maintaining members. This program is usually presented during a club meeting. Included in the prog…View Resource
The Advanced Communication manuals train you for different speaking situations that Toastmasters can encounter outside the club environment. There are 15 Advanced Communication manuals each of which includes five speech projects. The individual project…View Resource
Competent Leadership Manual The Competent Leadership manual focuses on different leadership skills through ten projects, each providing the member background information and an assignment that requires serving in one or more specified meeting or club r…View Resource
The Toastmasters educational program is divided into two tracks – a communication track and a leadership track. Members are encouraged to participate in both tracks. The two tracks are not mutually exclusive and you can work in both at the same time. B…View Resource
Click the heading to show the content. 1. The Ice Breaker For your first speech project, you will introduce yourself to your fellow club members and give them some information about your background, interests, and ambitions. Practice giving your speech…View Resource