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FRATERNAL LEADER TRAINING WEBINARS

July 18, 2019 by Dan LaLonde
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 Council Quick Start Webcast

Thursday – July 25, 2019 at 8:30 PM (EDT)

 

Whether you’re in your first K of C officer role, want to know what’s involved in the role of a council officer or simply looking for new ways to help welcome new members, join us for the 2019-2020 Council Quick Start Webcast scheduled for 8:30 PM (EDT) on Thursday, July 25, 2019.

 

This webcast will include critical tips to help you hit the ground running in the new fraternal year:

 

  • Proven recruitment strategies to welcome new members.
  • 5 most important things Grand Knights can do today.
  • Overview of Council Officer Duties.
  • Turning Faith in Action programs into recruiting opportunities.
  • Reaching out to retain members.
Fraternal Training Sessions are conducted live and then available on-demand afterwards.
This webinar is open to all, and especially all council, district, chapter, diocese, regional and state council officers. Please share so everyone has the opportunity to participate!!

 

See you on July 25!!

 

Fraternally yours,

 

Gary Nolan

 

Fraternal Mission Department
Knights of Columbus
203-752-4270

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Safe Environment Training

September 2, 2018 by Dan LaLonde

Brother Knights,

As we begin the new fraternal year 2018-2019, take a moment to review the below summary of safe environment requirements relating to the new Faith in Action model.

Council Youth Activities Require the Presence of Fully Compliant Grand Knight and Directors

The Order expects that you and the family and/or community director be present at all activities sponsored by the council where minor children are present to ensure that all Safe Environment policies and procedures are followed.

All Knights of Columbus activities where minor children are present require at least one member who has been trained and background checked and there should never be fewer than two fully trained members in attendance.

Visit www.kofc.org/safe or the Officers’ Desk Reference for more information.

Requirement Summary

Grand knights and program directors must complete the three required safe environment training modules within 30 days of notification by Praesidium, the Order’s strategic partner in safe environments and youth protection.

Family directors and community directors, (and Squires counselors, if any) must complete the three required safe environment training modules and provide consent for a background check within 30 days of notification.

Any directors and counselors who have not completed the required training and background check authorization within 30 days of notification are subject to removal from their roles. The noncompliant member, grand knight or the state deputy will be notified of removal(s).

Leaving one or more of program, family or community director roles vacant DOES NOT exempt the council from the safe environment requirements. The council must list a program director, family director and community director who, along with the council’s grand knight, are fully compliant with the requirements of the Knights of Columbus Safe Environment Program in order to be eligible to receive the Columbian Award and Star Council Award.

Safe environment training and background checks from other organizations, regardless of source or provider, will NOT be accepted in lieu of the obligation to complete the requirements of the Knights of Columbus Safe Environment Program.

Timely filing of the Officer Chosen for the Term (#185) and Service Program Personnel Report (#365) forms. Beginning July 16, 2018, the Knights of Columbus Office of Youth Protection, through Praesidium, will send email notifications to members appointed to the roles shown above.

If members serving in these roles do not receive an email from Praesidium by Sept.1, it may be either 1) there is no email on file with the Knights of Columbus, or 2) the council has not yet updated/submitted its Forms #185 and #365 (and #468 for Columbian Squires counselors) to indicate the members’ role assignments. Members should not forget to look for email notifications from Praesidium in their inbox or spam folder.

Email notification provides usernames and passwords necessary to complete the required training and, in a separate email, the link to provide background check authorization (when applicable). Usernames and passwords are unique to each recipient and cannot be forwarded or used by another member.

You may check the compliance status of the family director, community director and program director (and Squires counselors, if any) by accessing Praesidium’s Armatus Administrative dashboard.

  1. Scott Read
    Senior Director – Programs and Brand Management
    Fraternal Mission Department
    kofc.org/faithinaction

 

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Council Officer Duties and Responsibilities Training.

July 26, 2018 by Dan LaLonde
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Each council officer, whether elected or appointed, becomes a fraternal leader. A council can only be successful by working as a team. A team or council can accomplish far more than individuals acting alone. Thus it only makes sense for everyone to fully understand the duties of each officer. Every council officer or member will benefit from participating in this webinar.

Thursday – July 26, 2018 at 8:30 PM
Eastern Daylight Saving Time

Register and Attend – Council Officer Training – Duties and Responsibilities

In this webinar we will help you

· Understand the various roles and administrative responsibilities of council officers
· Incorporate teamwork into committee operation
· Build a “fraternal” calendar that works

Fraternal Training Sessions are conducted live and then available on-demand at a time and place convenient to individual members.

Thank you, and thanks to your council, for what has been done to help those in need! Register and Attend our convenient online training. This webinar is open to all, and especially all council, district, chapter, diocese, regional and state council officers. Please share so everyone has the opportunity to participate!!

Fraternally yours,
Fraternal Mission

Fraternal Mission Department
Knights of Columbus
Call: 203-752-4270

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