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Steering Speech Contest

Package for Contest Chair

Once you have decided to run a contest, the preparation for that contest begins. This material lets you know what you need to prepare for and what you need to do for the club, area, and division levels. As all details are subject to change due to rules update, please also check the latest version of the speech contest rule book.

The later version is available in
Toastmasters International Speech contest Site
 


2. Speech Contest Management Organizational Guide
The contest is the prefect opportunity to try your leadership skills. Assigning roles, getting everyone to cooperate, and getting everyone to work towards having a successful contest is one of the joys of team building. This reference is a guide for who needs to do what for the club, area, and division level contests. As all details are subject to change due to rules update, please also check the latest version of the speech contest rule book.


3. Speech Contest Items Guide
Speech Contest Items Guide

Speech Contest Items Guide (23.5KB)


What kinds of items are needed for the speech contest? What should you prepare and when? What do you need to buy from the Toastmasters International? This material gives you a reference for the items that you need for club, area, and division level contests. As all details are subject to change do to rule update, please also check the latest version of the speech contest rule book.



4. Contestant Briefing (Run by the Contest Chair)
This is an example for the Contest Chair who runs the Contest Briefing, and the Chief Judge who runs the Judges briefing. Please refer to it when you are holding briefings for the various contests during the year.

The main purpose of this script is not to officially standardize all contests briefings. The materials are provided so that clubs who do not have any handy references can use this, and run the contest without significant burden or anxiety. Further the content and the order of the items covered in the script are subject to change, and its proper use is your responsibility. As all details are subject to change due to rules update, please also check the latest version of the speech contest rule book.


5. Schedule for the Day of the Contest
Contest Day Schedule

Contest Day Schedule (33.8KB)


What you do you need to do on the day of the contest? Below is the time table for the contest day. The schedule is to be used for area, division, and district level contests. The materials and roles for committee members need for the contest are contained within.

Note: This is just a sample and is not to be construed as the recommend way of doing things within District 76. Also roles, number of persons, time, etc is subject to change and its proper use is your responsibility.




8. Contingency Plan for Speech Contests
Earthquake Evacuation 2016

Earthquake Evacuation 2016 (243KB)


Earthquakes are unpredictable, however, if we are familiar with the contingency plan in below PDF file in advance, we will be able to manage any situation without any confusion.  Please encourage your club members to read the plan and be familiar with it well in advance, and let’s have an enjoyable, fruitful and safe contests.


9. Contest Script (As Run by the Contest Chair)
This is the script for the Contest Chair on the day of the contest.

The reference is based on an actual contest script that was run not to long ago. The main purpose of this script is not to officially standardize remarks made by Contest Chair. The materials are provided so that clubs who do not have any hand references can use this, and run the contest without significant burden or anxiety. Further the content and the order of the items covered in the script are subject to change, and its proper use is your responsibility. As all details are subject to change due to rules update, please also check the latest version of the speech contest rule book.

 
 
 


10. Frequently Asked Questions


11.Photograph & Video Release Form

 
 
 

Package for Contest Chief Judge

 
 
 

 
 
 

 
 
 

 
 
 


2. Judge Briefing Script
The is a script is for use by the Chief Judge. It can be used for the club, area, division, and district contests.

The main purpose of this script is not to officially standardize all contests briefings. The materials are provided so that clubs who do not have any handy references can use this, and run the contest without significant burden or anxiety. Further the content and the order of the items covered in the script are subject to change, and its proper use is your responsibility. As all details are subject to change due to rules update, please also check the latest version of the speech contest rule book.
Evaluation Judges' Briefing

Evaluation Judges' Briefing (284.8KB)



 
 
 



4. Frequently Asked Questions
Evaluation Contest FAQ

Evaluation Contest FAQ (247.5KB)



Contest Finance

1. Contest Finance Guideline

 

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