2021 District Training Assembly

Saturday, April 10, 2021, 9:00  AM to 12:30 PM 
Virtual

WHAT: District Training Assembly (DTA)

WHEN: April 10, 2021 9:00 AM – 12:30 PM

WHERE: VIRTUAL

WHO: Club leaders and every club member

WHY: Enrich one’s Rotary knowledge, develop leadership skills, get up-to-date Rotary information. Listen as DGE Janet shares her goals for the Rotary Year 2021-2022.

You are invited to attend the DTA for the reason(s) stated above. No travel required and it is free!!! Attend the Opening session to hear DGE Janet’s goals and the 2021-2022 Rotary Theme and the message behind the theme. Other details:

• Log In instructions will be published via email, district website, Grapevine

• Pre-registration not needed.

• It is FREE!

Below are three of the approximately 30 planned breakout sessions:

1. Diversity, Equity, Inclusion Session Description: Through a lens of social justice, effective Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion training raises an individual's awareness of the importance of working together with people from different backgrounds, cultures and beliefs. As the world requires the intentional dedication to organizational culture, complexities of human behavior require resources that not only support new skill sets, but also communicate standards that govern expected behavior. Rotarians who understand the rules of etiquette, ethics, and respect for ALL, are more equipped to thrive and positively contribute to the welfare of society at large. DEI training assists everyone in developing a deeper understanding of civility and respect, which allows clubs to excel in their duty to serve as well as recruit new members. Rotarians learn how to detect and minimize behaviors that can undermine individuals and groups, along with inclusive actions that reflect a commitment to civil communication.

2. Membership-Growing & Engaging Members in the High-Tech World. What to expect from this session? “Learn how to recruit and retain members using email marketing, social media, and apps. We will cover how to create a digital club strategy poised for club growth”.

3. Learning Center. Brief description for this session: “Did you know that Rotary offers more than 75 online courses through the Learning Center? The Learning Center is a place for club leaders to prepare for their role; for members to gain professional skills; and, for new members and prospective members to learn more about Rotary. Attend the breakout session to get a tour, learn about course offerings, and check out our newest features.”

Other topics include: • Club Presidents • Club Presidents-Elect • Club Presidents-Nominee with the Assistant Governors • Club Secretary • Club Board Members Duties & Responsibilities • Public Image • The Rotary Foundation • Service Projects • Virtual Fund Raising • Youth Services • Digital technology/Platforms • Endowment Funds • Strategic Planning • Environment & the Watershed Project • Growing Your Rotary Club

If you have any questions about any of the topics and/or DTA, in general, please email PDG/District Trainer Norma, madayag.reillyn@frontier.com. Meantime continue to protect yourselves from the COVID virus. Stay safe! I hope to see most, if not all, of you on April 10th !!!!

 
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The Canandaigua Rotary Club is very pleased to host of the District Training Assembly (DTA) scheduled for Saturday, April 4, 2020 at the Canandaigua Academy, 435 East Street, Canandaigua, NY 14424.  The school is completely handicapped accessible and there will be ample parking available, but we still want to encourage you to ride share. Parking will be in front of the school, the south lot and the middle school. Shuttle service will be provided from the middle school lot.
 
EVERY ROTARIAN IS INVITED TO ATTEND.  CLUB PRESIDENTS-ELECT ARE EXPECTED TO ATTEND IN ORDER TO VOTE ON THE DISTRICT 7120 BUDGET FOR 2020-2021.
 
The extensive list of DTA 2020 Topics and Presenters can be viewed and downloaded on the left menu bar.
 
(Registration: clubs of over 20 members will receive an assessment of $15.00/person for 6 people and clubs under 20 will be assessed $15.00/person for 3 people. Each additional person after that is an additional $15.00)
 
You can also download the Registration Packet on left menu bar.
 
Note: The event includes breakfast at 7:30 am and lunch at the conclusion of the final general session. 
 
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ENDA:
7:30 a.m. - 8:25 a.m.
Registration and breakfast
8:30 a.m.
Opening General Session
9:30 a.m.
Breakout Session #1
10:30 a.m.
Breakout Session #2
11:30 a.m.
Breakout Session #3
12:30 p.m.
Closing General Session
12:45 p.m.
Lunch: Eat-In to continue fellowship or Take-Out

Gift Basket Raffle: We ask that each club in the district contribute a basket (minimum suggested value of $25) representing your region and local area of the district, which will be included in the raffle. Winning raffle numbers will be drawn after the final session has begun and placed on the appropriate basket, as well as displayed on a large chart to assist everyone at the close. 

50/50 Raffle:  The winner will be drawn during the closing plenary session.
 
Program Advertisements in the Assembly Program booklet are available, starting at $25. Download Advertisement Info Sheet from the left menu bar.

The Canandaigua Rotary Club is excited to sponsor this event that helps each of us renew friendships and get the District together for fellowship, learning, and support of DGE Linda Kohl. See you at the DTA.

 
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