10
Apr
2021
QLD
Australia

District 9620 Presidents-Elect Training Seminar (PETS)

The presidents-elect training seminar (PETS) is designed to prepare incoming club presidents for their role and give District Governors-elect, District Coordinators and incoming Assistant Governors the opportunity to motivate incoming Presidents and build working relationships. It also provides a great springboard for club Presidents to form cluster relationships which have proven to be exciting avenues for service.

All Presidents-elect are required to attend PETS unless the governor-elect excuses them. Presidents-elect who are excused need to send a club representative in their place.

For 2021, PETS will be conducted online, via zoom over four one-hour sessions on Saturday 10 April (9am – 10 am & 11am – 12noon) and Sunday 11 April (9am – 10 am & 11am – 12noon). When you complete your enrolment via the link below a zoom link will be sent to you. The one link will be used over the two-day period.

It is highly recommended that PE’s will become familiar with the publication “LEAD YOUR CLUB President 2019-22 EDITION” available on My Rotary (https://my.rotary.org/en/learning-reference/learn-role/president) and have completed the Learning Place course “Club President Basics” prior to the PETS weekend.

Sessions planned for during online PETS will include:

  • Planning Your Year
  • Running Your Meetings
  • Leading Rotarians
  • Attracting New Members
  • Engaging Your Club’s Members
  • Running Your Club

Additional topics are likely to touch on some of the following:

  • Fundraising
  • Rotary Insurance
  • Rotary Programs for Young Leaders and Youth Protection
  • Service and Your Community
  • Telling Your Rotary Story
  • Using Social Media
  • Your Public Image Campaign

Our goal as a District is to encourage strong clubs with a great public image to be actively involved in Humanitarian Service.


Please follow this link to register for PETS.


Doug St Clair
District 9620 Learning and Development Coordinator
On behalf of DGE Wendy Protheroe