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Sherman Oaks Toastmasters Club 147
Awards and Achievements

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The following pages describe the requirements for earning the Toastmasters International Educational Awards and Achievements in Communication and Leadership:

Competent Communication Program
Competent Communicator Award (CC)

Communication Track
Advanced Communicator Bronze (ACB)
Advanced Communicator Silver (ACS)
Advanced Communicator Gold (ACG)

Leadership Track
Competent Leader (CL)
Advanced Leader Bronze (ALB)
Leadership Excellence/High Performance Leadership (HPL)
Advanced Leader Silver (ALS)
Distinguished Toastmaster (DTM)

Old Style Awards

Toastmasters Club members were eligible to earn the old style Able Toastmaster awards until June 30, 1999. Starting July 1, 1999, Toastmasters Club members could only apply for the new style Advanced Toastmaster awards, which were introduced two years earlier. The pages below explain the historical requirements for the old style Able Toastmaster awards.

Able Toastmaster (ATM)
Able Toastmaster Bronze (ATM-B old style)
Able Toastmaster Silver (ATM-S old style)


The Distinguished Toastmaster (DTM) award is the ultimate achievement in the Toastmasters Educational Program. All Toastmasters should commit themselves to earning this award.

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Composed with care by Peter Bunce, DTM, ATM-S
Updated: Friday, July 15, 2011




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