What is Toastmasters?
You are just a few steps away from changing your life. Visiting a Toastmasters meeting, finding out about how the club can help you to become a more confident, and talented speaker, is the first step.
Our club in Inverness, meets twice each month — on the second and fourth Wednesday evening of the month, from 6.30pm-8:30pm. Our meetings are now hybrid (on line & Zoom). See our Facebook page for more up-to-date information and especially for the venue in July & August.
Visitors are always welcome.
(Click on our “Attend a meeting” page for more information.)
Toastmasters has helped millions of people around the world to improve their public speaking and leadership skills. Some people join because they have to do a presentation at work, other people come along ahead of a big event in their industry where they have to say more than just a few words. Others would like to speak at a wedding. Whatever brings you to Toastmasters, you will find that the atmosphere of support and acceptance, coupled with useful critique and encouraging feedback, will keep you coming back.
Start your public speaking and leadership development programme today, with the world’s most successful public speakers organisation.
If you decide to join, there is a membership fee to cover venue costs and administration. It is £43.00 for 6 months. When you join, an additional, one-off £15 joining-up fee gets you the most important tool in your toolkit: Pathways.
“Where will Pathways take you?”
“Continue your journey of personal and professional development through Pathways, Toastmasters’ new education program! As the foundation of your Toastmasters experience, Pathways is designed to help you build the competencies you need to communicate and lead.”
You will also get to select a mentor — an experienced member of our club who will help you as you progress through your first three prepared speeches, also to assist with your role in and leadership with the club if you wish to take part.
You won’t believe where Toastmasters can take you — personally, or professionally. You will get out of it what you put in. And far, far more! Come along and see what it’s all about. A group of volunteers helping other volunteers, here in Inverness, Scotland.