Website Links in April 2020 Newsletter

It’s important to get accurate information from credible sources such as those listed on our website.  These will also help you maintain perspective and feel more in control. Australian Government coronavirus (COVID-19) health alert Health Direct – Coronavirus (COVID-19): Health Direct have also developed a COVID-19 Symptom Checker – an online, self-guided tool to help people […]

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Education Ideas from April 2020 Newsletter

Ideas you can share with your children and other care-givers looking after children during this coronavirus crisis Websites:     education.qld.gov.au  The QLD Education Department is providing two-week units of learning for students to complete at their own pace and are available for download. The site is a little challenging when navigating your way around it but […]

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Course Suspension Update 23/3/20

We hope you are keeping safe and well in these extremely trying and unpredictable times.   Whilst we had hoped to maintain a presence here at Michell House for the duration of the cancellation of classes, we have realised this has already become difficult due to the stricter regulations regarding social distancing and certainly impossible […]

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Course Suspension Update 17/3/20

Keeping you informed Further to our advice on suspending classes from next Monday 23 March, the Management Committee met today to further review the impact of COVID-19.  At this stage the Committee plans to suspend classes until the end of first semester, that is 26 June, however the Committee will be reviewing the suspension frequently […]

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CANCELLATION OF CLASSES

Cancellation of Classes – Covid-19   Covid-19 is a problem for us all but particularly for our elderly and health challenged members who are at greater risk. As the situation changes so must our response to it.  As from Monday 23 March, U3A noosa classes will be cancelled until further notice. Some tutors have already […]

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Membership Code of Conduct Policy

Introduction This Code of Conduct has been compiled to establish acceptable ethical and legally compliant standards of conduct for all members, volunteers and Tutors of U3A noosa when involved in any U3A noosa activities. Purpose To ensure members observe appropriate conduct and ethical standards in their interaction with each other during all U3A noosa classes, […]

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Risk Assessment and Management Policy

Introduction This policy has been developed to formalise the commitment to incorporating the principles of risk management into all aspects of U3A noosa. Purpose This policy provides information and guidance of risk management and enables the Management Committee to identify high level strategic risks to the organisation and how those risks should be assessed and […]

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Technology and the Brain

USC Monthly Talk – 30 October 2020, 1:15 p.m. for 1:30 start. Presenter: Associate Professor Mike Nagel Synopsis to follow About the Presenter: Dr Michael Nagel is an Associate Professor in Child Development and Learning at the University of the Sunshine Coast where he teaches and researches in the areas of cognition, human development, behaviour […]

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Feminism and World Politics: confronting marginalisation

USC Monthly Talk – 25 September 2020, 1:15 p.m. for 1:30 start. Presenter: Dr Shannon Brincat The talk will explore feminist theory and how it applies to world politics. It will examine problems of exclusion and a range of feminist approaches that attempt to understand and overcome this problem. About the Presenter: Dr Shannon Brincat […]

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