President-Elect Training Seminar

The Presidents Elect Training Seminar is a training and informational program for the president-elect, planned and organized by the PETS Operating Committee and the District Governors Elect. Its main purpose is to help implement the Rotary International theme for the ensuing year and to motivate the incoming club president in leadership roles in club, district and Rotary International activities. The Rotary International Manual of Procedure states that in order to be president of a Rotary Club, the president elect must attend the District President Elect Training Seminar. Rotary International Districts 5010, 5020, 5030, 5040, 5050, 5060, 5080, 5100, and 5110 sponsor this seminar for their districts.

Those Entitled to Attend PETS 2014

Club Presidents elected to serve in 2014-2015
District Governors 2013-2014 (Serving Governor)
District Governors 2014-2015 (District Governors Elect)
District Governors 2015-2016 (District Governor Nominee)
District Governors 2016-2017 (District Governor Nominee - Designate)
Governors serving their respective districts in 2013-14
Club Representative approved by their District Governor Elect
Those Rotaract Presidents-elect specifically invited by their District Governor Elect

Seminar Information

The President Elect Training Seminar will be held on Friday, February 15, 2013 to February 17, 2012 at the Double Tree Hotel at SeaTac Airport.

District 5010 Pre-PETS will be held starting on Thursday February 14 starting at 8:00 AM. District 5110 Pre-PETS will start on February 14 at 2:00 PM.

The seminar adjourns on Sunday, February 17, 2012 about 12:30. The hotel provides luggage storage on Sunday morning.

Future President Elect Training Seminars are scheduled for:
2013 - PETS Friday 15 March thru Sunday 17 March

Events will begin one day earlier, on Thursday, for District Governor Groups, Assistant Governors, Workshop Leaders, and Districts with Pre-PETS.






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