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New Member Orientation:

At present the NMO presentation is updated for 105SC and can be adapted further to suit individual clubs. The presentation should be carried out by the club being joined by the sponsor or membership secretary within the first month of enrolment. The presentation includes links to this site for the two videos in the Training Videos drop down above. 

A NMO may also be discussed at future SC Conventions. 


District training courses will be available twice per year as detailed below and will be conducted via Zoom unless clusters of interest in local areas justify conducting the course in a suitable venue within a reasonable travelling distance for participants. As these courses are delivered by zoom the actual date can be adapted to suit. 

Members/ Trustees (Officers)/Zone Chairs can contact me to register by Mike Baker by email to  or phone 01420 89218 or mobile 07817 756127.

Managing the Club: July / May.

The purpose of this session is to introduce new club officers to their responsibilities in managing the club and to act as an update to returning club officers.

Contact: Mike Baker/ /01420 89218 / 07817 756127

The Club Treasurer: Designed for new and existing Treasures as an introduction to the duties of the treasurer and a reminder/update to this with experience.

As it is a zoom presentation it is can be conducted on request.  

Contact: Mike Baker/ /01420 89218 / 07817 756127

Managing the Zone: September/June

The objective of this presentation/workshop is to help zone chairs understand the responsibilities of the role and introduces the range of tools available through LCI to enable a successful term.

Contact: Mike Baker/ /01420 89218 / 07817 756127

Duties of a Lions Charity Trustee: October /  April

The aim of this training is to ensure all Lions charity trustees understand their duties and what they need to do to ensure their club charity is run properly.

Contact: Mike Baker/ /01420 89218 / 07817 756127

Guiding Lion Programme: 

The Guiding Lion programme will give members an opportunity to improve skills and identify information for enhanced club support. Guiding Lions are assigned by the DG/GMT for a two-year term in discussion with the club president (established club) or sponsoring club president (new club)

Contact: Mike Baker/ /01420 89219 / 07817 756127