The Toastmasters International Accredited Speaker Program is designed for professional speakers who combine expert knowledge in a particular subject with mastery of the spoken word, making them sought-after experts in their respective fields. If this describes you, you're invited to apply for the Accredited Speaker Program.
The Accredited Speaker Program will help you stand out from the competition by offering you status, visibility and credibility.You'll receive a professional reference from Toastmasters International and publicity, as well as potential spokesperson opportunities.
Accredited Speakers receive an Accredited Speaker Pin, Accredited Speaker Badge and a Letter of Commendation from the Chief Executive Officer.
If you would like to purchase an Accredited Speaker lectern banner (Item 328) or an additional Accredited Speaker Pin (Item 5908) please contact us by email.
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Accredited Speaker Resources
The Code of Conduct and Ethics for Accredited Speakers was drawn up and approved by the Board of Directors.
Candidates are evaluated at each level of the Accredited Speaker Program using the Judges Guide and Ballot form.
Fill out this Level 1 application and submit it to World Headquarters between January 1 and February 1.
View a list of people from around the world who have become Accredited Speakers.
Understand Accredited Speaker eligibility and program rules before applying.
Review the 6 basic steps toward becoming an Accredited Speaker.
Fill out this form to recommend a Toastmasters member for the Accredited Speaker Program.
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