Wisconsin Moose Association Training Resources
WMA has a small, but dedicated, team of field trainers to ensure that our Lodges, Chapters, and Legions are trained for success.
There is training available to support every faction of our Fraternity. Please explore below to learn more.
|Class Title||Date||Time||Location||Price||Event Link|
|Women of the Moose 6 Hour Training||June 4, 2023||9 AM - 4 PM||Muskego||$10.00||https://www.facebook.com/events/908293783557100/|
|Moose 2-HOTT Training||June 10 & 11, 2023||9 AM - 3 PM||West Bend||$35.00||https://www.facebook.com/events/640355130813047/|
|Moose Lodge Leadership Training||June 10, 2023||9 AM - 3 PM||Kaukauna||$35.00||https://www.facebook.com/events/220041860768879/|
|Women of the Moose 6 Hour Training||June 11, 2023||9 AM - 4 PM||West Bend||$10.00||https://www.facebook.com/events/1188424081857304/|
|Moose Lodge Leadership Training||July 1, 2023||9 AM - 3 PM||Eau Claire||$35.00||https://www.facebook.com/events/815157960036188/|
|Moose Legion Education Conference (MLEC)||July 2, 2023||9 AM - 3 PM||Eau Claire||$35.00||https://www.facebook.com/events/1258350941454089/|
|Women of the Moose 6 Hour Training||July 9, 2023||9 AM - 4 PM||Janesville||$10.00||https://www.facebook.com/events/3515148765429426/|
Do You Need Training
- Administrator School
- Lodge Leadership & House Committee Training (LL&HC)
- Moose Legion Education Conference Training (MLEC)
- WOTM Training Session
This 2-day hands-on technical training course teaches Fraternal Units how to work within the QuickBooks, LCL.net and Moose Admin programs. This instructor-led class consists of a combination of instructor lecture and demonstration. After learning the “how,” “when,” and “why” behind the necessary QuickBooks, LCL and Admin Menu functions, students will have an opportunity to practice what they have learned as they work through a training database. This class has been designed for Chapter Recorders. This class may also benefit Treasurers or anyone else interested in learning more about LCL, QuickBooks and Admin Menu operations. Students must bring their own course materials, and in most cases, their own computer to class. Download and print the following 2HOTT materials by clicking on the titles below: 2-HOTT-Student-Checklist (1)
This 3-day hands-on, instructor facilitated course begins with an overview of the Administrator’s detailed task responsibilities and the supporting resources available to help Administrators complete those tasks. From there, students are provided an opportunity to practice daily Administrator tasks using a simulated QuickBooks company. Finally, students will perform interactive individual and group exercises to recognize how the Administrator’s role can contribute to successful operations of the Social Quarters, and in turn, increase member retention. This class has been designed primarily for Lodge Administrators and supporting clerical staff. This class may also benefit other Lodge Officers, Audit Committee Members or any other active members that are interested in learning more about the role of the Administrator.
This 1-day interactive, instructor facilitated course is designed to meet both the general needs of the Lodge leaders and Committee Chairman as well as the needs of the Social Quarters Manager The course will help participants understand how those in a position of Lodge leadership work together to meet the overall needs of the Lodge and the Social Quarters. The instruction and materials are divided into two parts, one specific to Lodge leadership and the other to the House Committee. This class has been designed primarily for Lodge Board of Officers, Committee Chairmen, and Social Quarters Manager. This class may also benefit Audit Committee members, clerical support staff and any active Moose member who is interested in learning more about Lodge and House Committee operations.
This 1-day interactive, instructor facilitated course is designed to prepare new directors and Lodge Moose Legion Committee members for their new leadership role within the Moose Legion. This class has been designed primarily for Moose Legion Directors and Lodge Moose Legion Committee members; however any Moose Legion member may attend.
These training sessions help ensure an understanding of the rules, regulations and guidelines established by the Women of the Moose for a successful fraternal operation. The six-hour training sessions provide tools to assist the leaders of our chapters in their daily operations. Successful completion of this training helps our chapters qualify for the Award of Achievement and co-workers qualify for personal honors. This class has been designed for Chapter Officers and potential officers. The course will benefit any member interested in learning more about the Women of the Moose program.
Contact a Trainer
- WMA Association Training Coordinator – Diana Reed – firstname.lastname@example.org
- Trainer – Mike Wixom – email@example.com
- Trainer – Cheryl Ripp – firstname.lastname@example.org
- Trainer -Amy Boivin – email@example.com