Sherman Oaks Toastmasters 147
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The Advanced Toastmaster Silver Award

To receive the Advanced Toastmaster Silver Award, a member in good standing of a club in good standing must complete the following:

• The requirements for the Advanced Toastmaster Bronze award or have earned the Able Toastmaster award;

• Completed all five projects in two separate Advanced Communication and Leadership Programs for a total of ten speeches (may not be those completed for any previous award);

• Conducted any two programs from either The Better Speaker Series or The Successful Club Series (may not be those completed for any previous award).

Members may order any two Advanced C & L Programs after completing their Advanced Toastmaster Bronze (ATM-B) Award (click here for details on the advanced C & L Programs). You may not repeat the same Advanced C & L Programs that you completed for the ATM-B award. Fill out the Project Completion Record near the back of your two Advanced C & L Programs with the Vice President Education's initials (by another club officer if the member is the Vice President Education) and complete the Advanced Toastmaster Silver Award Application.

Once you've received your ATM-S Award, you may order from the Toasmasters International Supply Catalogue two more Advanced C & L Programs (please include payment for the advanced manuals, California sales tax, and postage). You may not repeat the same Advanced C & L Programs that you completed for the ATM-B or ATM-S award, but there are a total of fifteen advanced manuals. The Communication Track's next award is the Advanced Toastmaster Gold Award (click here for more information).

After Toastmasters International World Headquarters has received all your forms, you will receive a certificate.You may opt to have TI send your employer a letter of commendation.



Composed with care by Peter Bunce, DTM/ATM-S/CL
Updated: Thursday, January 1, 2004