Lions District 201V5

Victoria, Australia

Lions Self Training

 

Club Adminstration Manual



The primary target for this manual are the volunteers, who take office as Club Officers each year, at the grass root level of Lions Clubs. We have tried to provide, in one place, the majority of the information you may need to run your club.

In addition, we hope to have provided you with a summary of important information on the District, Multiple District, and International aspects of Lions. This is a "must-have" document for every club. Download it here

 


 

Club Websites


In the past, after the compexities of actually creating your own club website, one of the struggles about managing a club website has always been keeping it up to date. You needed some fairly good, if not advanced, computer skills within your club to make this happen. You then had the ongoing expenses of web hosting and domain name registration.

This has all changed!  The new district Oz Clubhouse program makes it really easy for your club to both build and maintain their own Lions Club website. You no longer need to be a computer expert, just some basic computer skills, some imagination, and some perserverence are all that are required. Best of all, this is all FREE! Your website is hosted by Lions at absolutely no charge to the club. A document containing detailed instructions for creating and editing your own club website can be downloaded here

There is also a fairly comprehensive Help Page available which is updated regularly to help Webmasters with solutions and tips and some great videos on how to best use the system.

 

So take the plunge and give it a try - you can't break it if you make a mistake! If you get stuck, have questions or need assistance, you can always contact the 201V5 Webmaster on webmaster@lionsclubs201v5.org  for help.

 

Setting up and Using the MyLion App

 

MyLion is here, just in time for the Lions Clubs 100-year anniversary. Use your mobile device to organise and promote club activities. Find great service projects, anywhere. Connect with Lions just about everywhere. Explore what MyLion can do for you.

Click HERE for a link to the MyLion App webpage where you can find  loads of information including additional instructional descriptions and information explaining the use and functions of the App.

https://youtu.be/P6bkR1oKMzk

 

Setting up and Using YouTube

 

Using YouTube is simple once you learn the basics! This document outlines what you need to know and provides references for additional information. It is used in the 201V5 Online Media Training program. Download it here.

 

YouTube Downloader software. Software to download and convert YouTube videos and more. You can use this to save YouTube videos, Facebook videos, Vimeo and 60+ other popular sites then convert video files to WMV, AVI, MP3, iPhone and more to allow you to save and play them back later from your computer. You can get your free YTD download here.

 

Setting up and Using Your Clubs 201V5 Email Account


This is a short training presentation on how to set up direct access to the generic 201V5 Club email addresses. Click here to download a simple pdf  presentation on how to do this.

 

Getting Your Club Started on Facebook


Social networking is a great way to connect with your members, publicise your events and recruit new Lions and Leos. If your club is thinking about taking the plunge online, LCI offer a variety of resources to get you started. In this 1 hour video tutorial, you will learn how to set up a Facebook account. Once you are there, like the LCI Facebook page to receive updates and breaking news. 

Using Facebook is simple once you learn the basics! This document outlines what you need to know and provides references for additional information. It is used in the 201V5 Online Media Training program. Download it here.

For any questions or assistance regarding Facebook, you can contact the 201V5 Social Media Chairperson by email at socialmedia@lionsclubs201v5.org

 

 

Gettting Your Club Started on Twitter


Todays technology tools allow us to communicate instantaneously with our members and supporters. Social networking makes it fun and easy to network and stay connected. Using resources designed for Lions, the process is simple as well. In this step-by-step video, you will learn how to sign up for a Twitter account and start tweeting to the world. Once you are online, follow @Lionsclubsorg for updates and breaking news. Lions can share their service project updates with @lionsclubsorg on Twitter by using the hashtag #WeServe.

For any questions or assistance regarding Twitter, you can contact the 201V5 Social Media Chairperson by email at socialmedia@lionsclubs201v5.org


Click here to watch a really good Lions presentation on this.

 

Lions Learning Centre


The Lions Learning Center (LLC) provides Lions with the opportunity to develop leadership skills through online learning courses. Courses are categorized by four key skills: Leadership, Managing Others, Achieving Results and Communication.   These courses typically take 30 to 60 minutes to complete.

You need to register to participate

 

Resources for Running Lions Clubs


For a great selection of tutorials, documents and planning advice are available at the Lions Australia Resource web page and also at the Lions Club International Club Resource web page