U3A Sunshine Coast recognises the wonderful contribution of our Tutors and Volunteers.
The following links to documents provide policies, advice and guidelines related to conducting classes and activities.
Tutors and Volunteers Recognition Policy
This policy formally recognises that tutors and volunteers are essential for U3A Sunshine Coast, confirms recognition procedures that have been in place for a long while and provides additional recognition ideas. Among other actions the Luncheon we provide for our wonderful tutors and volunteers will continue to be held in November each year.
Click here to view and download a PDF of the policy and procedures.
U3A Sunshine Coast thanks all Tutors for offering their time and effort to manage courses and activities for its members. This document contains guidelines to assist you in making your tutoring duties trouble free and compliant with necessary legal requirements.
Click here to view and download the Tutors’ Guide
Hints and advice to Tutors on using the U-MAS system
The U-MAS system is the central database where Tutors can manage membership, classes and activities. Correct use of the system is important to the integrity of the members database, and the following guidelines will assist Tutors in managing their respective class or activity.
Click here to view hints on using the U-MAS system.
Forms for use by Tutors and Volunteers
These forms are PDF files suitable for download and printing:
- Accident/Incident Report
- Expenses Claim
- Attendance Class List (EXAMPLE) Note: Class attendance lists are generated by tutors in the REPORTS > ENROLMENTS section of the MASS system.
Insurance policies and cover
Click here to view information regarding insurance policies held by U3A Sunshine Coast.
Policies and Procedures
There are a number of policies and procedures that Tutors and Volunteers should be aware of, policies that can help manage classes and activities and generally be informed before an incident may happen:
Code of Conduct & Grievance Policy
Safety, Health and Wellbeing Policy
Social Media Policy