SPPETS 2020 Programme

29 January: Final Programme.
 

Friday 28 February 2020

9.00 – 4.00         President Elect training for identified Presidents-Elect from Districts 9910 & 9920
9.00 – 4.00         District meetings as may be arranged
12.00 – 1.00       Lunch as arranged by Districts i.e. those working on their own programme for the day
1.00 – 4.00         Administration meetings and activities as may be arranged
4.00 - 6.00          Facilitator & SPPETS breakout training for all AGs, training teams, DGEs & Ns  - Promenade room
6.00 – 7.00         Training team room set up, social hour and networking
7.00 -  8.30         Dinner, networking and sharing for those already in residence as arranged by Districts          
 
 

Saturday 29 February 2020 

8:00                      Rotary Project Fair opens – Exhibition room displays
COLE THEATRE: Opening Plenary Session 1 – Rotary Theme: TBA January 2020
8.30 – 8.45         Cultural Opening and Welcome
8.45 – 8.55         Introduction of VIPs
8.55 – 9.35         Keynote Speakers: DGEs Combined Presentation - Motivation & Rotary Theme 2020-
                           2021
9.35 – 9.40         MC Messages
9.45 – 10.10         Morning Tea in Foyers & Exhibition Hall
10.15 – 11.25         Break Out Session 1:  District Specific Training
                                 PEs, Trainers, AGs, DGEs, DGNs and guests in their home room
                                   9910 – Black               9920 – Blue                    9930 – Red
                                   9940 – Yellow            9970 – Green                 9980 – Purple
Learning Outcomes:
  • Consider ‘Rotary Opens Opportunties’ as it applies to District and its clubs
  • Plan effectively as a PE, considering District Specific goals , needs and protocols
  • District specific Learning Objectives to be selected
COLE THEATRE :  Plenary Session 2 – Enhance Participant Engagement            
11.30 – 12.30          Keynote speaker:  Jennifer Jones
                                Sina Wendt-Moore – Leadership NZ CEO
                                Adrian Roach – Zone 8 Rotary Co-ordinator
12.40 – 1.15          Lunch in Foyers & Exhibition Hall
1.25 – 2.35           Break Out Session 2– Multi District – Enhance Participant Engagement
                               PEs go to rooms specified in the Seminar Workbook for their club for B/O Sessions 2
                             Trainers, AGs, DGEs stay in home rooms; DGNs meet with SPPETS Chairs, PDGs Jennie Herring & Deb Gimblett
                                9910 – Black               9920 – Blue                    9930 – Red
                                9940 – Yellow            9970 – Green                 9980 – Purple
Learning Outcomes:
        Option 1: Growing Strong Rotarians
  • Strategically plan ways of ensuring Rotarians find value in their membership
  • Identify and promote areas of diversity for the benefit of current and potential members
  • Explore opportunities for personal and professional development connection
Option 2: Strengthening the Member Experience
  • Explore options for improving the Rotary experience
  • Examine membership recruitment and induction processes to improve retention
  • Consider opportunities to operate differently to attract new members
1.25pm  DGNs meeting with PDGs Jennie Herring & Deb Gimblett in Regent Board Room             
COLE THEATRE:   Plenary Session 3 –  Increase Our Impact
2.45 – 3.45               Keynote speaker:      Sam Camporeale, Regional Rotary Foundation
   Co-ordinator
                                 All Trains NZ 
                                 Give Every Child a Future - DGN Mark Wheeler
                                 Kiribati – Project Opportunities -President Ruth Cross
Go to Breakout rooms - Afternoon Tea in Breakout Rooms
3.50 – 5.15          Break Out Session 3 – Multi District – Increase Our Impact
                              PEs go to rooms specified in the Seminar Workbook for their club for B/O Sessions 3
                              Trainers, AGs, DGEs stay in home rooms
                                   9910 – Black               9920 – Blue                    9930 – Red
                                   9940 – Yellow            9970 – Green                 9980 – Purple
Learning Outcomes:
        Option 1: Increasing our impact through The Rotary Foundation
  • Understand and support the Rotary Foundation’s Six Areas of Focus and the eradication of Polio
  • Support and manage club and personal giving to TRF as a means of supporting its work and accessing Grant funding
  • Explore how we can do more good in the world
Option 2: The Rotary Foundation Grants as a Means of Delivering Humanitarian Service
  • Increase collaboration and engagement with other Rotary clubs and organisations for service projects
  • Increase confidence to create and manage significant projects within the Rotary Foundation’s District and Global Grants
  • Consider how we define and measure our impact
EVENING PROGRAMME
5.20 – 6.00             Networking in Promenade Room – Cash Bar
6.15 – 7.15              Buffet meal in Foyer & Exhibition Room
7.30 – 8.30               Special Interest Options   :   ICT – Clifton Room               
                                 Public Image/Social Media – RozCom/Rotaractors – Horizon 1 & 2
                                 Pacific Islands Project Opportunities – Promenade Room
 
 

Sunday 1 March 2020

COLE THEATRE:    Plenary Session 4 –  Expand Our Reach
8.30 – 9.30             Keynote speaker: Zone 8 Rotary Public Image Co-ordinator Liz Courtney
   Tony Heyward – PI & Membership
   Nick  Krayacich  - Club membership story
   Meagan Martin - RDU Editor
   IPDG Ingrid Waugh Regionalisation Update
 
9.40 – 10.50        Break Out Session 4 – Multi District – Expand Our Reach
                            PEs go to rooms specified in the Seminar Workbook for their club for B/O Sessions 4
                            Trainers, AG’s, DGEs stay in home rooms
                                9910 – Black               9920 – Blue                    9930 – Red
                                9940 – Yellow            9970 – Green                 9980 – Purple
Learning Outcomes:
        Option 1: Sharing our values and Rotary Brand
  • Examine and promote what Rotary stands for and how your club reflects this
  • Explore club brand and contemporary club presentation to increase Rotary’s openness and appeal
Option 2: Inspiring others through our actions
  • Explore options for action-oriented service activities within clubs that will promote your club and Rotary
  • Share Rotary brand, club image and awareness widely through networks: vocational, social, media…
10.55 – 11.20        Morning Tea in Foyers & Exhibition Hall      
11.25 – 12.10       Break Out Session 5:  District Specific Training
                               PEs, Trainers, AG’s, DGEs, DGNs and guests in their home room
                                 9910 – Black                    9920 – Blue                                9930 – Red
                                 9940 – Yellow                 9970 – Green                             9980 – Purple
Learning outcomes:
  • Understand the link between PETS1, SPPETS in readiness for further training activities
  • Have a plan in place for the ‘next steps’ of preparation in the journey to President
  • Share learning so far and develop a sense of District team working together
COLE THEATRE:     Plenary Session 5 – Increase our Ability to Adapt
12.20 – 1.00           Keynote speaker:     TRF Trustee Jennifer Jones
                                  Reflections, acknowledgements & closure               
 
1.30 – 3.30             Management Debrief