|Advanced Lions Leadership Institute
Dates: 11th – 13th September 2018
Location: Wellington, New Zealand
Emerging Lions Leadership Institute
Dates: 12th – 14th April 2019
Location: Sydney, Australia
Application deadline: 28th January 2019
The Emerging Lions Leadership Institute focuses on building the skills required to become leaders at the club levels, including the position of club president. Candidates must be Lions that have served on a club committee and have yet to attain the position of Club President. Current Charter Presidents are eligible.
Application form available from LCI website: Application form
Regional Lions Leadership Institute
Dates: 22nd – 24th February 2019
Location: Adelaide, Australia
Application deadline: 11th January 2019
The Regional Lions Leadership Institute focuses on building the skills required to become leaders at the club and district levels, and having been a club President does not automatically exclude selection. This programme is targeting newer Lions & Leos who wish to develop their leadership skills for the future & who may be considering taking on a club or district leadership role. Candidates must be Lions or Leos (of adult age).
Application form (Fillable PDF Form): Application form
Faculty Development Institute
Dates: 16th – 18th March 2019
Location: Melbourne, Australia
Application form from LCI website: Application form
Application form will be available from LCI website in December 2018.
The Faculty Development Institute is a three-day institute that serves to develop and expand the number of skilled Lions faculty available for use in training at the club, district, and multiple district levels.
The curriculum is designed to enhance training delivery skills and training techniques that will increase the quality of training and overall effectiveness of Lions leadership development programs.
Qualified candidates are those Lions who have some experience as instructors at local Lions training events, have demonstrated basic instructional skills, and have a keen interest in further developing those skills.
A candidate’s training experience should include using PowerPoint to support training delivery.
Each of the above Institutes are run as a residential institute and all candidates are required to commit to all days of the institute, attend all sessions and group meals. Meals and lodgings on twin share basis are provided by Lions Clubs International and Multiple District 201.
Multiple District 201 GLT National Coordinator
PDG Tim Irvine email@example.com
Applications close Friday 30 December 2016