T he club trainer, who is appointed by the club president, works with club leaders to create training programs that meet the club's needs. Club trainers may also work with the district training committee, assistant governor, and governor.
A club-level training program should:
To see how a trainer might help your club, see the list of club trainer responsibilities.
Leadership development program
Clubs can create a leadership development program to develop members' personal, professional, and club leadership skills. Clubs and districts wishing to offer this program should consider including the following topics:
Club trainers can help Rotary clubs implement a strategic plan, which includes a vision of where the club would like to be in three years and its long-range and annual goals.
The strategic planning process should involve past, current, and incoming club leaders to include a variety of perspectives. Once your club develops a strategic plan, be sure to regularly evaluate your goals and vision and to make adjustments as needed.