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7. In 2013-14, a minimum of one Rotarian team leader and two team members are required per team. There is no maximum team size. Develop your team according to the goals of your grant.

8. There are no age restrictions for participants.

Instead, selection is based on expertise within the identified area of focus.

9. All participants on a single team must have careers linked to the goals of the grant , but they are not required to have the same professions.

10. Vocational training is an opportunity for

Rotarian service. Rotarians may participate on vocational training teams that are providing training, if they have the needed skills.

11. Trainings may be developed for any time

frame , depending on the scope of the training project. 12. Trainings may take place in a variety of

settings , including universities, medical institutions, schools, companies, and community centers. Determine which setting is most appropriate for your training.

13. Teams may be hosted in a variety of places ,

such as Rotarians’ homes, university dormitories, and hotels. Determine what kind of hosting is most appropriate for your team.

14. Costs are flexible. There is no set, catalog cost associated with vocational trainings. Global grants must meet the US$30,000 minimum for total project cost, but this includes the expenses for the vocational training team as well as any other grant activities, such as humanitarian projects, scholarships, or additional teams.

15. A Rotary Foundation District Grant can be used

to support a vocational training team that's more like a traditional Group Study Exchange. The vocational training exchange can be with any district (pilot or nonpilot), and teams are not required to train within one of the areas of focus.


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These ideas can get your club and

district started as you develop

vocational team training opportunities.

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