The core sessions of club officer training can be supported by additional Training Activities. Though not all topics must be covered in each round of club officer training, always include the Club Officer Role Breakouts. Use Training Club Leaders (Item ) as a resource for planning. These meeting inspiration topics are useful for club leaders to organize monthly club activities. Topic inspiration helps club leaders facilitate organized and fun monthly meetings for 4-H members. The officer installation activities provided creative ways to welcome new officers and teach them about their roles as officers in 4-H.
Club Child Welfare Officer The Club Child Welfare Officer is appointed by a. club to implement the directions of the National and Branch Child Welfare Officers and to follow the policy for Age Grade Players of the IRFU. He/she will: • Act at all times in the best interests of Age Grade Players. • Be fully familiar with the provisions of the. Instructor-Led Club Officer Training. Club officer instructor-led training resources are being revised. Please visit the Club Officers, Club Resources and Managing a Club webpages for available resources. Online Club Officer Training. Access the Lions Learning Center (LLC) to complete the following recommended courses: (Accessing the LLC).
Club Officer Training Round 2 November 1st – February 28th The 2nd Round runs from November 1st – February 28th. As a Club Officer of District , you must participate in a District training to receive credit for your club. Mandatory 4-H Club/Group Training and Club Officer Training For 4-H Groups, Club Officers, Club Leaders and New Volunteer Leaders. Insuring that 4-H members have a quality experience is Priority No. 1 for Wisconsin. 4-H Volunteers are .
Club Officers New for Club Officers! The new Standard Club Structure provides organizational guidance for your club in planning and implementation of all of its goals, providing needed community service and building great friendships in your club. There is now a special webpage created for each of you, to make it easier to get to the resources that will help you be . Welcome to Club Officer Training. As a training facilitator, you are responsible for conveying the information that club officers need to fulfill their roles. Well-trained club officers are equipped to enhance club quality, develop and lead successful teams and thrive in the Distinguished Club .