Toastmasters  
   
  FEELING TONGUE-TIED?
 
Then join Spinnaker Toastmasters Club and loosen up! We will help you improve your oral communication skills and gain more confidence in public speaking and leadership skills. We have relaxed enjoyable meetings once a fortnight right in the heart of Plimmerton at St Andrew’s Parish Centre from 7.30-9.30 pm. You’ll follow the Toastmasters International educational and leadership programmes to become Competent Communicators and Leaders, skills which are recognised internationally in the community and by employers. We welcome visitors to find out what it’s all about – there’s no pressure, you can just observe, or get up and give public speaking a go. You’ll be amazed at what you’ll learn about yourself and how it’s not really that hard once you take the first step.  Visit www.spinnakertoastmasters.org.nz or phone Dale on 235 6659 for more information. We look forward to seeing you at our next meeting.
 

About Us

Spinnaker Toastmasters Club (#7868/72) based in Plimmerton, is a popular and successful community club affiliated to Toastmasters International.  We focus on developing communication and leadership skills using the Toastmasters Competent Communicator and Competent Leadership programme for personal, community and professional use.  We are a friendly group who have fun while we learn.
Members: Our members come from Pukerua Bay to Tawa and the greater Wellington region. New members always welcome.
Age: You must be over 18 years of age.
Membership Fees:  $90 per six months, with an initial joining fee of $120.00.
Meetings: 1st and 3rd Tuesday of the month.
Time: 7.30 pm to 9.30 pm.
Venue: St Andrew's Anglican Parish Centre, 11 Steyne Avenue, Plimmerton (see map).

Location Map

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Parking

Enter Plimmerton from State Highway 1 at the traffic lights, and follow Steyne Avenue to the shopping centre.  The Parish Centre is next to the church and is well signposted.  Parking is available on the street at the south along the railway station fence.

Alternatively you can park in the commuter carpark on the eastern side of the railway line accessed from State Highway 1 at the Palmers Garden Centre roundabout, and walk through the station subway to Steyne Avenue. Lighting is excellent, but you will need an umbrella if it is raining.

Contact Us

Vice President Education Dale Hartle, ph (04) 235 6659 evenings
Visit our website www.spinnakertoastmasters.org.nz
Last Updated: 08/07/2016 5:45am