By Wendy Aldred, a member of the Rotary Club of Brampton & Longtown, and assistant governor for District 1190 (England)
Several years ago, I became part of the Rotary in Great Britain & Ireland E-Learning Team, developing online courses for Rotary members. I am now leading the project and working with staff at Rotary International to develop courses for Rotary’s Learning Center, where Rotary members can find a wealth of online training materials.
Twelve steps to New Club Formation from the course by the same name in the Learning Center.
I’ve been able to use my expertise gained over 25 years working in the training and human resources consultancy profession to assist Rotarian in being more effective leaders. I wish more Rotary members knew about this resource and took advantage of its materials.
What’s great about e-learning?
Availability. It is there 24/7
Flexibility. You can use it to prepare members in advance for an event. We developed our introductory course for first-year assistant governors to be used prior to the Rotary in Great Britian & Ireland annual Leadership Assembly. The course focuses on three topics: the role of assistant governor, key areas and tasks of assistant governor, and what makes a good assistant governor. …read more
Source:: Rotary International Blog