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South Pacific Presidents-Elect Training Seminar (SPPETS) 2019

 

Friday 1 March 2019

9:00 – 4:00 President Elect training for identified Presidents-Elect from Districts 9910, 9920 and 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; set up for Facilitator training
4:00 – 6:00 Facilitator & SPPETS breakout training for all Trainers, AGs, DGEs & Ns i.e. District teams (Banquet Room 1)
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 2 March 2019

8:00 Rotary Project Fair opens – Exhibition Room
Networking/Discussion Room opens – Clifton Room
 COLE THEATRE Opening Plenary Session 1 – Rotary Connects The World
8:30 – 8:45 Welcome and Cultural Opening – Panama Road School Kapa Haka
8:45 – 8:55 Introduction of VIPs
8:55 – 9:35
Keynote speakers: DGsE Combined Presentation for 2019-20 – Rotary Connects the World
9910: Ian Kiernan 9920: Gary Langford 9930: Peter Maxwell
9940: John Mohi 9970: Gary Hopkinson 9980: Tania Lowery
9:35 – 9:40 MC Messages: PDG Simon Manning
9:45 – 10:10 Morning Tea in Foyers & Exhibition Hall
10:15 – 11:25 Breakout Session 1: District Specific Training
PEs, Trainers, AGs, DGEs, DGNs and guests in their home room
9910: Black (Carbine)
9920: Blue (Horizon 1 & 2) 9930: Red (Banquet 1)
9940Yellow (Conference 2&3) 9970Green (Promenade) 9980: Purple (Banquet 2)
LEARNING OUTCOMES:
  • Consider ‘Rotary Connects the World’ 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 – Enhance Participant engagement (Support and Strengthen Clubs)
11:30 – 12:30
Keynote speaker: Rebecca Fry, Rotary eClub of Silicon Valley
Rotary perspectives:
  • Tony Heyward, D9940
  • Matthew McLeod, Missy Ditchburn and Jordan Westrupp, D9910
  • John Prendergast, PDG D9980 & Rotary Coordinator
12:40 – 1:15  Lunch in Foyers & Exhibition Hall
1:25 – 2:35 Breakout Session 2: Multi-district – Enhance Participant Engagement (Support and Strengthen Clubs)
PEs go to rooms specified in the Seminar Supplementary Rooming Handout for their club for B/O Sessions 2.
Trainers, AGs, DGEs stay in home rooms; DGNs meet with SPPETS Chairs, PDGs Jennie Herring & Deb Gimblett
9910: Black: (Carbine) 9920: Blue:  (Horizon 1 & 2) 9930 Red: (Banquet 1)
9940 Yellow: (Conference 2&3) 9970 Green: (Promenade) 9980 Purple: (Banquet 2)
LEARNING OUTCOMES: Option 1: Supporting and Developing Strong Club Members

  • Strategically plan and develop leadership qualities of members
  • Identify and grow areas of diversity and participation for the benefit of members

Option 2: Strengthening Club Recruitment and Retention

  • Examine membership recruitment and induction processes to enhance member engagement
  • Promote participation in service activities and projects as a means of personal connection with Rotary
 COLE THEATRE Plenary Session 3: Increase Our Impact (Focus and Increase Humanitarian Service)
2:45 – 3:45
Keynote speakers Sam Camporeale, Regional Rotary Foundation Coordinator
Rotary Perspectives
  • Mark Anderson, Rotary Foundation Fund Development
  • Jennie Herring, PDG 9920 & Assistant Rotary Coordinator
 Afternoon teas in breakout rooms
3:50 – 5:15 Breakout Session 3 – Multi District – Increase Our Impact (Focus and Increase Humanitarian Service)
PEs go to rooms specified in the Seminar Supplementary Rooming Handout for their club for B/O Sessions 3.
Trainers, AGs, DGEs stay in home rooms
9910: Black: (Carbine) Room 9920: Blue: (Horizon 1&2) 9930: Red: (Banquet 1)
9940: Yellow: (Conference 2&3) 9970: Green: (Promenade)
9980: Purple: (Banquet 2)
LEARNING OUTCOMES: Option 1: Humanitarian Service Underpinned by the Rotary Foundation

  • Understand and support the Rotary Foundation’s Six Areas of Focus and the eradication of Polio
  • Support and manage club and personal giving to the Rotary Foundation as a means of supporting its work

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
  • Increase confidence to create and manage significant projects within the Rotary Foundation’s District and Global Grants
 EVENING PROGRAMME
5:20 – 6:20  Cole Theatre for RI & RDU Administration and Support
Ask Paramatta” – Barbara Misfud, Andrew Best and Mark Anderson, Rotary International Regional Reps
Q & A – Barbara, Andrew, Mark, and Debbie Crowther (RDU)
6:30 – 7:30  Buffet meal in the Foyer & Exhibition Hall
7:30 – 8:30 Special Interest Options and Meetings – Rooms to be advised at SPPETS
Planning Action: Special Rotary interest groups and/or project groups arrange to meet, share and network
Special Projects: Clubrunner; Give Every Child a Future and the History Project – Tangata Mana; ROZCOM; Rotary Modernisation; Rotary Support – Sponsors & Exhibitors; Assistant Governors; Trainers

 Sunday 3 March 2019

 COLE THEATRE Plenary Session 4 – Expand Our Reach (Enhance Public Image and Awareness)
8:30 – 9:30
Keynote speakers Andy Rajapakse, PI Chair D9640 Australia
Rotary Perspectives
  • Deb Gimblett, PDG 9940 & Assistant Rotary Coordinator
  • Debbie Crowther, Rotary Down Under
  • Jeanette Drysdale, D9920 International Service Chair
9:40 – 10:50 Breakout Session 4: Multi District – Expand our Reach( Enhance Public Image and Awareness)
PEs go to rooms specified in the Seminar Supplementary Rooming Handout for their club for B/O Sessions 4.
Trainers AGs, DGEs stay in home rooms
9910: Black: (Carbine) 9920: Blue: (Horizon 1&2) 9930: Red: (Banquet 1)
9940: Yellow: (Conference 2&3) 9970: Green: (Promenade)
9980: Purple: (Banquet 2)
LEARNING OUTCOMES: Option 1: Your Rotary Club’s Impact and Brand

  • Examine your club’s impact, club core values and signature activities
  • Identify and manage club brand awareness and contemporary club image

Option 2: Your Club’s Action-Oriented Face to the World

  • Develop perspectives of action-oriented service activities within clubs and promote them publicly
  • Use Public Image resources to enhance action-oriented messages through networks: vocational, social, media…
10:55 – 11:20  Morning Tea in Foyers & Exhibition Hall
11:25 – 12:10 Breakout Session 5: District Specific Training
PEs, Trainers, AGs, DGEs, DGNs and guests in their home room
9910 – Black: (Carbine) 9920 – Blue: (Horizon 1&2) 9930 – Red: (Banquet 1)
9940 – Yellow: (Conference 2&3) 9970 – Green: (Promenade)
9980 – Purple: (Banquet 2)
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 5 – Motivation, Engagement & Making an Impact
12:20 – 1:00 Keynote speaker: Rotary International General Secretary John Hewko via Video/Zoom
Reflections, acknowledgements & closure
1:00 Homeward Bound
1:30 – 3:30 Management debrief

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