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Welcome to Townsville University Toastmasters

We are a diverse group of people who work to improve our public speaking and leadership skills, increase our self-confidence, and boost our self-esteem.  Our club is open to everyone – students at JCU, staff members, and members of the community.

We meet on 1st, 3rd, and 5th Tuesdays on the James Cook University campus – Building 4 (Arts and Social Sciences Bldg.) in Room 132 on the first floor.  Meetings start promptly at 6:00pm and run until 8:00pm.  Guests are very welcome!  The best way to see what Toastmasters is all about – and how it can benefit you – is to attend a meeting.  Come early, meet our members, and ask as many questions as you like.

For more information about Toastmasters and about our club, please explore our website!

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The Christmas easy-Speak software release

The Christmas 2011 release contains no major new features, but it does contain many usability enhancements and several minor features that have been requested by users.

Membership Enhancements

  • Guests and Visitors more easily managed. We've revamped the way that guests, visitors and new members can be added to meetings and also to the club, with the addition of a Wizard which will automatically check for possible duplicates. We've also added...

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Toastmasters is about its members. The first few meetings can be daunting, but after a few weeks, you\''ll feel right at home! After an application is received, a vote is held on whether to accept the new members (even though we\''re always happy to have new members!) and then there is an exchange of pledges. The club pledges to support the inductees, and the inductees pledge to be supportivev and contribute to the club. Member inductions were held at our last meeting, and we officially welcomed three new members into the club 

Once inductions are complete, you become a fully-fledged Toastmaster, with the same rights and duties as any other member. The first task ahead is to present your first speech, your Icebreaker, to the club. Used as a way to properly introduce yourself to everyone, it also gives you a chance to see where your strengths are with public speaking, and what areas need work. Icebreakers were presented last night with gusto

   

 
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