Kiwanis Education


PG Don Dudey, Chair - dldudey@gmail.com
Dr. Judy Pantelides, Master Instructor - yatrosp@gmail.com

Here is the schedule for the 2018 Club Leadership Program (CLE) for incoming presidents and secretaries: 

National Capital    
Divison 3 6/9/18      8:15 am - 1 pm Old Waldorf School  3074 Crain Hwy., Waldorf, MD  20601 301-843-3987
Division 1 & 2 6/9/18      9 am - 1 pm Salvation Army 518 S. Glebe Road     Arlington, VA
Chesapeake Bay    
Division 5 6/2/18      9 am - 1:30 pm Ocean Pines Library 11107 Cathell Road, Ocean Pines, MD 21811
Mason-Dixon    
Division 4, 6, 7 6/23/18     9 am - 1 pm Howard Community College  10901 Little Patuxent Pkwy., Columbia, MD  21044
Division 8 6/16/18     9 am - 1 pm Winchester, VA
Heart of Virginia    
Division 10, 11 6/23/18     9 am - 1 pm Village Bank Corporate Headquarters 13319 Midlothian Turnpike, Midlothian, VA  23113
Division 9 6/9/18       9:30 am - 1:30 pm Staunton Public Library 1 Churchville Ave. Stuanton, VA  24401
Southeast Virginia    
Division 12, 13 8/11/18     8:30 am - 1 pm Pearson Toyota  12978 Jefferson Ave. Newport News, VA  23608
Division 14   Trinity Episcipal Church  500 Court St. Portsmouth, Va  23704
Southwest Virginia    
Division 15   West End United Methodist Church 1221 Campbell Ave. SW, Roanoke, VA 24103
Division 16   Wytheville Community College
Division 17 6/12/18     5 pm - 9 pm Dickenson Center of Education and Research  818 Happy Valley Drive Clintwood, VA 24228

Clubs are required to have their President and Secretary educated EACH year to be considered for Distinguished Club status even if those individuals have held the office previously. This training is a 4-hour course and there is no cost to the club or member to attend. The dates and locations of all training sessions are shown above. We suggest you register in the closest location, but if that is not convenient, you can register in any other location.

To register for your CLE session, please visit https://fs9.formsite.com/CapitalKiwanis/cle/index.html

 

Kiwanis Education Committee

The Kiwanis Education Committee is composed of a committee chair and 11 committee members. Their task is to provide the training sessions at the midwinter conferences and the District Convention (DCON). In addition to these responsibilities, there are several specific programs that are taught during the year i.e. Club Leadership Education (CLE) for incoming president elects; Achieving Club Excellence (ACE); and New Member Orientation when a new club comes into existence. There may be other programs that a club, division or region may request to be taught and the committee can provide that training too.

The committee has 12 Certified Instructors who have been selected by the District and approved by the KI Education Department to conduct the above training programs. These individuals are knowledgeable of Kiwanis and the various subjects that require training to Kiwanis members. They are also experienced educators who know how to facilitate a session so that everyone is able to learn and understand the training material.

This committee is constantly looking for qualified Kiwanians who would like to apply for the position of Kiwanis Certified Instructor. An application can be obtained from the Education Committee Chair by email to dldudey@gmail.com. There is an audition required once the application is received. This is a 10 minute presentation in front of members of the Education Committee, usually conducted at one of our regional conferences, DCON or if required, by special arrangements. For further information, you can contact me at dldudey@gmail.com.

Don L. Dudey, PG
Kiwanis Education Committee Chair