Category Leisure/Lifestyle/Entertainment
Subject Australia National Maritime Museum – various topics
Speaker Various – see below & attached file
Telephone 0402 158 590
Position Team Leader
Excluded areas
Rotarian Yes
Club Northbridge
Comments ANMM SPEAKERS is a small but dedicated team of museum volunteer guides busy promoting the museum to external community groups and clubs.

In 2014 the speakers delivered 36 talks to a total audience of 1711. They expect to exceed these numbers in 2015.

The range of community groups presented to is wide and includes Probus Clubs, Rotary, View Clubs, Historical Societies, Social Groups and Naval and Sailing/Maritime Clubs located all over the metropolitan area.

To encourage people to attend at each talk, a free family museum entry pass is given away as a ‘lucky door prize’ and a range of discounts are offered to people to become members and organize groups who arrange future visits to the museum.

Each of our talk topics are thoroughly researched and professionally put together on standard computer software. Each new presentation developed is quality assured by the speakers with a walkthrough by the topic author to all speakers in the group before a topic is allowed to be delivered to an external audience.

To ensure continuous improvement, we have a feedback form which is given to the person who organizers speakers for their club. They are asked to comment on a range of questions to provide documented feedback on their level of satisfaction with the topic, how it was delivered and how well the group was entertained by the speaker.

If you are a member of a club that has speakers and would like to have a talk on one of the topics please contact one of the following

About Rotary District 9685

Rotary District 9685 is one of two districts in Sydney, Australia. It's boundaries stretch from the Mountains to the Sea north of Sydney Harbour, reaching across the Hawkesbury River and north to Toukley on the Central Coast. The Blue Mountains define its western boundary, beautiful beaches define its eastern border, and rural communities make up its western and northern borders.
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