1.  What is different about this Advanced Public Speakers club?
This club caters to Toastmasters with a Competent Communicator award or higher.  There is also a strong emphasis on providing very detailed and thorough evaluations as well as providing advanced speakers opportunities to deliver speech projects that extend beyond the typical 5-7 minutes speaking time.  Please review our charter for more information.

2.  Can I attend as a guest at the next club meeting?

Of course!  Before the meeting date please notify the next meeting's Toastmaster of the Day (as named on this homepage) that you will be arriving as a guest.  Please also copy the club e-mail, advanced.public.speakers@gmail.com in your e-mail.  The Toastmaster of the day will give you further instructions.  Speaking opportunities are open to guests as well so if you would like to take on a role please also indicate that in your e-mail.  We look forward to seeing you!

3.  Can I make a speech or serve a meeting role at this club?

Anyone can serve a meeting role like Toastmaster, General Meeting Evaluator, Table Topics Master, Timer, Grammarian, etc.

Since this is an advanced club, the meeting roles of Prepared Speaker and Speech Evaluator are reserved only to members or guests who have achieved at least the Competent Communicator accomplishment from Toastmasters International.

4.  I am new to Toastmasters, can I become a member of this club?

Guests are always welcome to attend meetings, make speeches or serve meeting roles.

There a few special requirements for membership to this club:

-  Already hold a level of Competent Communicator from Toastmasters International

- Attend at least 1 APS Club Meeting

- Present in 1-2 minutes your reasons for seeking membership during an APS meeting

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