Difference between revisions of "Educational program"

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Some opportunities were not on either track, such as the [[Accredited Speaker]] [[designation]].
 
Some opportunities were not on either track, such as the [[Accredited Speaker]] [[designation]].
  
The system of two tracks is being replaced by the new [[Pathways]] program, although current [[member]]s working on the existing educational program will be given a period of time to continue to work on the two tracks.
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The system of two tracks was replaced by the new [[Pathways]] program, although current [[member]]s working on the existing educational program have been given a period of time to continue to work on the two tracks.
  
 
See also [[legacy]].
 
See also [[legacy]].

Latest revision as of 14:22, 9 January 2021

The term Educational Program refers to any of the programs that Toastmasters has used over time, including the new Pathways. The previous education program was not branded with a name such as Pathways, but was simply called the educational program.

The prior Toastmasters educational program had two tracks: the communication track and the leadership track. One progressed through the tracks primarily by completing manuals that contained projects. See also Guiding Principles and Toastmasters Recognition.

Some opportunities were not on either track, such as the Accredited Speaker designation.

The system of two tracks was replaced by the new Pathways program, although current members working on the existing educational program have been given a period of time to continue to work on the two tracks.

See also legacy.