Club officer training is essential to conduct before the start of the Key Club year. It is important that, along with your officers understanding their duties, they also learn how to work cohesively as a team and what the expectations of them are. As club presidents, your task is to work directly with your Lieutenant Governor and/or your Kiwanis/faculty advisors in designing the layout of your club’s officer training. Your training should include:
A formal description of each position and the role each officer has as it pertains to the functioning of the club
The duties of each officer
Deadlines on prescribed tasks
A clear explanation on club committees, and the role that each officer has in chairing them (this varies based on how your club is set up in terms of committees).
Expectations and code of conduct
Contact information exchange and calendar for the year
If you have any questions on how to start the process of planning officer training, feel free to reach out to your LTG or the District Governor (firstname.lastname@example.org).