Pathways Learning Experience

We are excited about this modern, enhanced education program, which is set to roll out in our District on May 15, 2018. It’s a journey of possibilities. Pathways features online learning, cutting-edge content, interactive tools, strong mentoring and evaluation components, and a multitude of options. Exciting learning paths include Motivational Strategies, Presentation Mastery and Effective Coaching. In Pathways, members can learn nearly 300 competencies—practical skills that are transferable to the world outside Toastmasters. We believe you’re going to love it.

You have plenty of time to finish your current manual or award or even a DTM. So keep working on those Triple Crowns and earn the beautiful trophy District Director Anna Kaufman picked out for us.

The Pathways information page at Toastmasters.org is regularly updated with new information. Check back often!

Pathways Learning Experience

Pathways Paths and Core Competencies

Member Recognition

  • Except for DTM, old recognition will discontinue. Anything you have earned you will keep BUT there is no equivalency between current and future recognition. You will not be able to “transfer credit”, e.g. a CC is not equivalent to a level 2.
  • New recognition comes after each of the five levels of a pathway: “My Learning Path” Level 1, “My Learning Path” Level 2, “My Learning Path” Level 3, “My Learning Path” Level 4, “My Learning Path” Proficient (level 5).
Pathways Recognition

Club Recognition

  • Distinguished Club Program has been established for the 6 educational goals:

    2 CC or 4 Level 1

    2 CC or 2 Level 2

    1 AC or 2 Level 2

    1 AC or 2 Level 3

    1 Leadership/DTM or 1 Level 4

    1 Leadership/DTM or 1 Level 5

    During the 2 year transition, any 6 of the 12 choices will fulfill DCP goals 1-6.

Path to Distinguished Toastmaster (DTM)

  • Complete 2 Pathways

    Leadership Requirements:

    Serve as a club officer for 12 months (current requirement is six months)

    Serve as Club Mentor or Coach

    Serve as Club Sponsor or conduct Speechcraft or Youth Leadership Program

    Serve as a district officer for one year

    Capstone (reflection project)

    Each Pathway has either an HPL or equivalent extended project, so a DTM will do the equivalent of 2 HPLs as part of the pathways, but not separately.

    Members will have 2 years from our District’s rollout to achieve DTM in the current educational program.

Pathways Paths

Additional Path Information

Path Information

Pathways Paths and Core Competencies (TI)

-> Paths, Projects and Electives (11 pages)

Pathways Paths and Projects Catalog 2.1 (D57)

-> Paths with Project and Elective Descriptions (66 pages)

Print Paths and Projects (D31)

-> Information on the limited Paths and Projects available in Print

DTM in Pathways Flier (TI)

-> Estimates length of time needed to DTM

DTM Graphic (D57)

-> Details DTM requirements

Pathways Glossary (TI)

-> New terms for working with Pathways

Path Comparison Chart (D62)

-> Highlights the differences between Paths

Pathways Education Award Abbreviations (TI)

-> What replaces current abbreviations like CC, CL, ACS, etc.

Transition

DCP (TI) and Triple Crown (D31)

-> Current, Pathways and Transitions programs explained

Marketing

Transform your Talent Flier (TI)

-> Corporate-based marketing

Where Will Pathways Take You Flier (TI)

-> Community-based marketing

Ice Breaker

Pathways Ice Breaker (TI)

-> The first project in every Path.  You can start now!

Ice Breaker Project Completion Request (TI)

-> Get credit for the Pathways Ice Breaker completed before Roll Out

Cheat Sheets and Fast Starts

Pathways Fast Start 2.2 (?)

-> How to sign into Pathways, select your path and begin.

Base Camp Manager Cheat Sheet (?)

-> What are the duties of the Base Camp Mangers, and how to complete them.

Guides to Level 1-5 (D69)

-> Step-by-step guide through all 5 levels of a Path.

Club Pathways Rollout Kit

Club Welcome Letter

Introduction to Pathways Video

Membership Application Pathways

Pathways Quick Start Guide

The Navigator