Arm Chair travel: Egypt

Over four thousand years of history awaits you! Travel along with Susan and Alan Roberts on an Armchair Travel expedition of Egypt. Visit the Pyramids of Giza, tour the ancient Egyptian capital of Memphis, marvel at the huge Statue of Rameses II. Travel across the desert stopping at a medieval Coptic Monastery. On the Mediterranean […]

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Ken Lynn

If you’ve ever pondered the relative merits of Russian composers Rachmaninov and Scriabin, or why Hitler’s atomic bomb never happened, or the mysteries of the ionosphere, Dr Ken Lynn is the man with the answers. Ken is truly a walking encyclopedia and for 20 years he has generously shared his huge sum of knowledge with […]

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Grievance and Dispute Resolution Policy and Procedures

Grievance and Dispute Resolution Policy and Procedures Introduction U3A noosa recognises the importance of conflict resolution and its application in all cases of complaints, grievances and disputes.  It is underpinned by the terms & conditions of membership of U3A noosa. Purpose This policy seeks to provide a mechanism to deal with issues that may arise […]

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COVID SAFE Plan 12 July 2020

U3A Noosa COVID SAFE Plan Ver 2.0 Updated 12 July 2020 Check your business can operate.In accordance with Queensland Health Restrictions on Business, Activities and Undertakings Direction , U3A Noosa meets the criteria for a Non-residential institution. Check the Queensland Government’s COVID-19 website at www.covid19.qld.gov.au to confirm you can operate your business and whether any […]

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Re-opening 27 July 2020

On track to re-open next month   Here’s the good news we’ve been waiting for … classes will resume at U3A noosa on Monday 27 July.  The management committee, which met on Monday, decided it was safe for members, tutors and volunteers to return on that date but with one big proviso. The return to […]

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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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Balance Training

USC Monthly Talk – 28 August 2020, 1:15 p.m. for 1:30 start. Presenter: Associate Professor Mark Sayers Synopsis to follow About the Presenter: Dr Mark Sayers Deputy Director, High Performance Sport; Associate Professor in Sports Biomechanics PhD RMIT, MAppSci Canberra, BAppSci CCAE Dr Mark Sayers joined the University in 2005, having worked as a sports scientist since the 1980’s. He […]

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CORONAVIRUS

Given the current situation with the Coronavirus (2019-nCov) outbreak globally,  the following information may be helpful for our members.  While the risk from human to human transmission in Australia is currently low, we consider it appropriate to introduce some prudent and practical precautions as outlined below: To minimise the risk to our members, many of […]

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Safety & Wellbeing Policy

Introduction This policy is designed to align U3A noosa practices with the principles underpinning legislation related to workplace health and safety and discrimination. Purpose This policy identifies U3A noosa commitment to the safety and wellbeing of its volunteers and members and our collective and individual responsibility while undertaking the business of the association to act […]

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