In February 2019 the U3A Sunshine Coast Management Committee produced 2 new policy documents and these are now on this website. The Code of Conduct is an updated policy. Click on the document titles below to read them
They can also be accessed by clicking on their titles in the dark blue bar at the bottom of a website page.
U3A has had a strong demand from people wanting to enrol in water-based exercise activities and we currently do not have enough classes to cater for our member’s needs. This is especially true in the Maroochydore, Buderim, Sippy Downs areas. If any member has experience or training in these types of exercise activities or knows of anyone that would be willing to volunteer their time to conduct a class/s then we would be more than happy to hear from you and help get something started.
The Open Day was a great success and HUGE thanks to the army of volunteers who supported the event. There were approximately 450 visitors. Volunteers included 23 working in the administration building, and 53 tutors and 10 volunteers working in the Innovation Centre. About 100 new members signed up during this past week. The assistance and involvement by the University of the Sunshine Coast was vital to the success. Thank you to all who volunteered and our wonderful entertaining Ukulele players. Colin Maddocks
CLICK for photos from Open Day.
The International Dining Group, a new class for 2018, have had a successful year eating their way around the world, right here on the Sunshine Coast. During the year, they have sampled Korean, Greek, German, Lebanese, Japanese, Tibetan and Italian cuisines. The course continues in 2019. for photos of their final lunch for 2018.
Tutors and Volunteers Recognition Policy and Procedures were approved by the Management Committee on 21 September. The policy formally recognizes 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.
Many U3A Sunny Coasters will know Joan Benbow from the U3A Lecture she gave about her life nursing in remote communities. She recently released a book about it, A Walkabout Life, launched at Coast Life Midwifery on 22 September 2018. for photos and the notes of Jan Johnston’s speech launching the book.
Recently the Management Committee approved the Hubs Development Business Case.
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