SGIPodcast site for SG Online English Toastmasters Club members

A podcast website service had set up to help members of SG Online English Toastmasters Club who wishes to learn how to set up a podcast.

What you will get to learn.

  • Learn how to setup podcast
  • Learn how to record the podcast
  • What content will attract listeners to hear from you?
  • What equipment to have.
  • Coaching service
  • A radio-talk show (coming soon).

We can conduct online workshop talks to enrich Toastmasters so that they can set up a podcast on their PC/mobile device.

Most important is you can login using your Gmail to listen to free content once it is available.

I had registered SGIPODCAST.INFO, and the website ( is currently set up in the progress

There are already three external parties who are interested in providing the contents.

SGIPodcast will serve another educational platform for a member of the SG Online English Toastmasters Club to improve their public speaking skills.

We will let you know when the website is fully operational.

Willie Loh

SG Intl Online English Toastmasters Point of Contact from 10 May 2020

The Club wishes to thank the following person who had been elected to District Officer in District 80

NameChartered Club Officer RoleNew Role in District 80
Naveen GiriVice President of EducationArea G4 Director 2019/2020 / 2020/2021
Muhd HakimVice President of Public Relations 1District 80 Division E Director / 2020/2021
Li Shan ShanVice President of Public Relations 2 /Sergeant at ArmsDistrict 80 Division D Director / 2020/2021

From 10 May 2020, the New point of Contact would be as follow

Chartered OfficerChartered Officer NameFrom 10 May 2020Point of Contact from 10 May 2020
PresidentWillie LohRemain Unchanged till 30 Jun 2020No Change
Vice President of Education 1Naveen GiriStep down to be Area G4 Director 2020/2021, District80Alicia Chia (SG Day/US Night)
Vice President of Education 2Dennis HamMoved to Vice President of Public RelationsWillie Loh (SG Night/US Day)
Vice President of Membership 1Gerald OngRemain Unchanged till 30 Jun 2020 / TI Club officer status Remained UnchangedGerald Ong
Vice President of Membership 2PanosRemain Unchanged till 30 Jun 2020 / TI Club officer status Remained UnchangedPanos
Vice President of Public Relations 1HakimStep down to be Divisions E Director 2020/2021Dennis Ham (SG Night/US Day)
Vice President of Public Relations 2Li Shan ShanStep Down to Be Division D  Director, District80 CJ Lim (SG timezone)
TreasurerAlicia ChiaRemain Unchanged till 30 Jun 2020Willie Loh/Alicia Chia
SecretaryCJ LimRemain Unchanged till 30 Jun 2020Jennifer Lim
Sergeant at ArmsLi Shan ShanStep Down to Be Division D  Director, District80 /TI Club officer status Remained UnchangedCJ Lim / Naveen Giri

What is an Introduction?

What do you think of when you’re told to write in introduction? Well, there are at least 2 kinds of introductions in Toastmasters.

First, is the type of introduction that you give when you first meet someone. It gives a brief synopsis of who you are, your personal background and maybe some outstanding accomplishments. For instance – I come from a small farming community, my family traveled a lot when I was growing up, I have a PhD in chemistry . . .

The other type of introduction is the one that should be prepared to give to the Toastmaster of the Day to help introduce the speech that you are about to deliver. It can save one to two minutes of your speaking time if you let the Toastmaster give you a proper introduction. For instance – If you are going to read a historic poem or speech, it would be beneficial to know who originally wrote or prepared the text, a description of the timeframe and location that is in the theme of the presentation. These things help the audience understand your basic material before you start speaking. Yes, you could do all of this yourself, but it will cut into your speaking time.

Think of this as what usually occurs on a television show that occurs weekly. Its a bridge. Sometimes they will describe what happened during the last week or episode. Then they can launch into the new show because they have connected you to the last show.

So when you sign up for your speech, please provide the second type of introduction. We usually know who you are and it gets boring hearing about all of the letters of the alphabet behind your name.

Toastmasters International Values

Toastmasters International’s Core Values are integrity, dedication to excellence, service to the member, and respect for the individual. These are values worthy of a great organisation, and we believe we should incorporate them as anchor points in every decision we make. Our core values provide us with a means of not only guiding but also evaluating our operations, our planning, and our vision for the future.

The Mission of Toastmasters International

Toastmasters International is the leading movement devoted to making effective oral communication a worldwide reality.

Through its member Clubs, Toastmasters International helps men and women learn the arts of speaking, listening and thinking – vital skills that promote self-actualization, enhance leadership potential, foster human understanding, and contribute to the betterment of mankind.

It is basic to this mission that Toastmasters International continually expand its worldwide network of member clubs, thereby offering ever-greater numbers of people the opportunity to benefit from its program.