Lions, Lioness and Leo Clubs District 201Q4

Queensland, Australia

New Member Orientation

NEW MEMBER ORIENTATION

 The Club President, 1st Vice President and Membership Chairperson all have a role to play in helping the new member discover the many opportunities the club  offers. 

Download New member Orientation Guide

Link to New Member Onboarding (Orientation) Guides for Club Leaders

Link to more Information for new members

CLUB OFFICER TRAINING  Dates and Location for 2019  (Contact your Zone Chair for more details)

Now known as Club Development Forums - These forums bring experienced and new club officers together to share ideas and keep up with developments as our Lions clubs transition to meet the expectations of todays new members and their communities.  

Zones 1, 2 and 3     25th May   Coolum Mens Shed

Zones 4, 5 and 6     9th June   Wondai Lions Pavilion

Zone  7                     9th June  Maryborough Senior Citizens Centre  at  9am

Zone  8                     2nd June    Contact Zone Chair John Seymour

Zone 9                      Defered     Contact Zone Chair Nev  Luckel

Zone 10                    TBA            Contact Zone Chair Col Nevell

Zone 11 and 12        26th May    Kevin Castle Centre, Rockhampton

Zone 13                    June / July TBA     Hosted by  Emerald

Zone 14                    TBA

  Download Incoming Officer Training "Basics" Guides here

Club President Basics

Club Secretary Basics

Club Treasurer Basics

Club Membership Chair Basics

Global Action Team Basics

Other Key Club Positions Basics

Links to more Club Officers Resources

District Vision and Goals for 2019 2020

Lioness manuals can be downloaded from the Lioness webpage  

 

Download copies of Club Officer Resource Manuals

These District Q4 club officer resource manuals and the links below provide more detailed and comprehensive guides for club officers.

Club Presidents Resource Manual 

Club Secretarys Resource Manual

Club Treasurers Resource Manual

Link to Australian Lions Treasurers Manual

Membership Chair Resources Manual

Service Chair Resource Manual

LCIF Chair Resource Manual

Other Links for Q4 Club Officers

Link to Lions Talking Resource Document 

Link to LCI Club Officer e-Books

Link to Q4 District Lioness Manuals

Q4 Lions Club Rules of Incorporation.pdf

Smart Business Guide ( Dept. Fair Trading's guide for Incorporated Asociations)  

Link to Fair Trading  Qld - Incorporated Associations Web Site

 

Lions Leadership Institutes  ( Leadership training courses)   

These programmes are available to potential and existing lions leaders to help them develop the knowledge, skills and confidence which will assist them in their future roles. 

 

ABOUT THE LIONS TRAINING INSTITUTES

The first two programmes are targeted at potential Lions leader at the club level.   The third course (ALLI)  is for Lions who have completed a successful term as club president, but have not yet attained the position of First Vice District Governor.  They are all live-in courses running over three days (and two evenings) over a weekend.  

ELLI is run by Lions Clubs International for all of our Constitutional Area (V11).  It is open to Lions who have not yet served as a club President (exception for Charter Presidents).  It is a three day live in programme and will attract applications from MD201, MD202 & MD307.  As such places are limited and we are likely to only have 1 to 2 successful applicants from each district.

RLLI is run by our own Multiple District with funding assistance from Lions Clubs International so applicants will only come from MD201 making more spaces available.  Although still targeted at the newer and potential Lions leaders, because we run this ourselves we are able to be a little more flexible on who can attend, so having been a club President for instance won’t immediately make the person ineligible.  Also our Multiple District has taken the opportunity to include Leos (of adult age because it is live in) which helps to provide some invaluable interaction with younger people.  We have a policy of moving the RLLI around from state to state so that it creates more opportunity for Lions to attend in their home state and help to reduce their travel costs. This does not mean it is restricted to applications from the host state.

Cost of  ELLI and RLLI is $AU100 per applicant includes accommodation (twin share) and all meals - Participants are responsible to pay for their own transportation and related travel expenses to and from the institute site. Some clubs like to provide financial support to encourage leadership development in their club.  Applicants can pay a single supplement if they prefer their own room 

Cost of ALLI is $US125 with participants responsible for their own travel costs or in case the applicant has been elected 2nd VDG, the District will cover costs.  

The cost of a Lion attending cannot be funded from Activities but we encourage Lions Clubs to consider funding or subsidising their members from their Administration funds as an investment in the club’s future.

 As Leo’s are a project of Lions with an aim, in part, to develop leadership in young people, the cost of a Leo attending could be sponsored by their parent Lions club out of Activities funds.  

 

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