Programme – original

 

South Pacific Presidents-Elect Training Seminar (SPPETS)

Draft Programme 4 (Subject to change)

Friday 3 March 2017

Friday March 3 2017
9.00 – 4.00         President Elect training for identified Presidents-Elect from Districts 9910, 9920 & 9940.
9.00 – 4.00         District meetings as may be arranged

12.00 – 1.00       Lunch as arranged by Districts i.e. those working on their own programme for the day

1.00 – 4.00         Administration meetings and activities as may be arranged

4.00 – 6.00          Facilitator & SPPETS breakout training for all AGs, training teams, DGEs & Ns

6.00 – 7.00         Training team room set up, social hour and networking

7.00 –  8.30         Dinner, networking and sharing for those already in residence as arranged by Districts

Saturday March 4 2017 
8:00                      Rotary Project Fair opens – Exhibition room displays
COLE THEATRE: Plenary Session 1 – Opening Plenary

8.30 – 8.45         Welcome    Maori welcome

8.45 – 8.55         Introduction of VIPs

8.55 – 9.35         Introduction of DGE’s

                             Keynote Speakers: DGsE Combined Presentation – Motivation & Rotary Theme 2016-17

9.35 – 9.40         MC Messages

9.45 – 10.10         Morning Tea in Foyers & Exhibition Hall
10.15 – 11.25         Break Out Session 1: District Specific Training (in rooms TBA)

                      9910 – Black(TBA)                9920 – Blue (TBA)                   9930 – Red (TBA)

                      9940 – Yellow (TBA)            9970 – Green (TBA)                9980 – Purple (TBA)

Learning Outcomes:

·         Consider ‘theme to be added’ as it applies to District and its clubs

·         Operate effectively as a PE with District Specific goals, needs and protocols

·         District specific LOs to be selected

COLE THEATRE :  Plenary Session 2 Support and Strengthen Clubs                

11.30 – 11. 50      Exemplary Rotary stories applicable to the plenary theme (3 x 10 mins)

11.50 –  12.10       Keynote speaker: John Prendergast

12.10 – 12.30       Keynote speaker: Johny O’Donnell

12.40 – 1.15          Lunch in Foyers & Exhibition Hall
1.20 – 2.30           Break Out Session 2– Multi District – Supporting and Strengthening Clubs

                               PEs go to rooms specified for their club for B/O Sessions 2 (Trainers, AG’s, DGEs stay in home rooms)              

Learning Outcomes:

       Option 1: Supporting and Developing Strong Club Members

·         Strategically plan and develop leadership qualities of members for the benefit of the club

·         Identify and promote areas of diversity for the benefit of current and potential members

Option 2: Strengthening Club Recruitment and Retention

·         Examine membership recruitment and induction processes to enhance member experience

·         Promote participation in worthwhile service activities and projects as a means of recruitment and retention

COLE THEATRE:   Plenary Session 3 – Focus and Increase Humanitarian Service

2.45 – 3.05           Exemplary Rotary stories applicable to the plenary theme (2 x 10 mins)

3.05 – 3.45           Keynote speaker: John Barnes

Afternoon Tea in Rooms

3.50 – 5.15          Break Out Session 3 – Multi District – Focus and Increase Humanitarian Service

                             PEs go to rooms specified for their club for B/O Sessions 3 (Trainers, AG’s, DGEs stay in home rooms)                

Learning Outcomes:

       Option 1: The Rotary Foundation as the Basis of Humanitarian Service

·         Understand and support the Rotary Foundation’s Six Areas of Focus and the eradication of Polio

·         Support and manage club and personal giving to TRF as a means of supporting its work and accessing Grant funding

Option 2: The Rotary Foundation Grants as a means of Delivering Humanitarian Service

·         Increase collaboration and engagement with other Rotary clubs and organisations for service projects

·         Create and manage significant projects within the Rotary Foundation’s District and Global Grants

EVENING PROGRAMME

5.20 – 6.00            Action – Attendees take part in an arranged project activity of relevance to the local Rotary context

6.00 – 7.00              Buffet meal in Foyer & Exhibition Room

7.00 – 8.30               Special Interest Options                  

                                   Planning Action – Special Rotary interest groups and/or project groups arrange to meet, share & network                   

                                   Rotary Support – Access to RI Zone, RDU, Sponsors, Exhibitors

 Sunday March 5 2017
COLE THEATRE:    Plenary Session 4 – Enhance Public Image and Awareness

8.30 – 9.00           Exemplary Rotary stories applicable to the plenary theme (3 x 10 mins)

9.00 – 9.30           Keynote speaker: Jennifer Jones via video

9.35 – 10.00        Morning Tea in Foyers & Exhibition Hall
10.05 – 11.15        Break Out Session 4 – Multi District – Enhance Public Image and Awareness

                                PEs go to rooms specified for their club for B/O Session 4 (Trainers, AG’s, DGEs stay in home rooms)

Learning Outcomes:

       Option 1: Your Rotary Club Presenting a Values Driven Contemporary Image

·         Examine and promote the club core values which are built on those underpinning Rotary International

·         Identify and manage club brand awareness and upgrades to club presentation

Option 2: Your Club Presenting an Action-Oriented Face to the World

·         Develop perspectives of action-oriented service activities within clubs and promote them publicly

·         Share club image and awareness widely through networks: vocational, social, media……

11.25 – 12.10       Break Out Session 5: District Specific Training

                                           9910 – Black(TBA)                9920 – Blue (TBA)                   9930 – Red (TBA)

                                           9940 – Yellow (TBA)            9970 – Green (TBA)                9980 – Purple (TBA)

Learning outcomes:

·         Understand the link between PETS1, SPPETS in readiness for further training activities

·         Have a plan in place for the ‘next steps’ of preparation in the journey to President

·         Share learning so far and develop a sense of District team working together

COLE THEATRE:     Plenary Session 5Motivation, Engagement & Making an Impact

12.20 – 12.40         Keynote speaker –Kelly McLuckie – Rotary Club of Takapuna

12.40 – 1.00           Reflections, acknowledgements & closure                                

1.00                       Boxed lunches available
1.30 – 3.30           Management Debrief                     
 
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