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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Social Media Policy

  Introduction U3A noosa is committed to managing the operations and the long-term future in an efficient and professional manner for all the stakeholders, members, staff, volunteers and the general community we serve. Purpose The purpose of this policy is to provide clear guidance on procedures and rules surrounding the content of all Social Media […]

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Access for People with Impairments or Disabilities Policy

Introduction The Anti-Discrimination Act aims to protect people in Queensland from unfair discrimination (direct or indirect), sexual harassment or other objectionable conduct and provides a mean to bring a complaint and have it resolved.  Protections under the legislation include but are not limited to sex, sexuality, age, race, religious beliefs or activity, impairment, political beliefs […]

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Privacy Policy

Introduction U3A noosa recognises the importance of protecting members’ privacy in relation to their personal information. Our privacy policy describes generally how we manage your personal information and safeguard your privacy. We are guided and bound by the Federal Privacy Act 1988, Privacy Amendment Act 2012 and the Australian Privacy Principles March 2014. Purpose The […]

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Management Committee Conflict of Interest Policy

Introduction Actions and decisions taken by the Management Committee need to be informed, objective and fair. Personal or individual interests that conflict with the interests of the organisation need to be identified and managed so that they do not affect the services, activities or decisions of the organisation. This will include situations such as: Close personal […]

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Management Committee Code of Conduct Policy

Introduction U3A noosa is committed to managing the operations and the long-term future in an efficient and professional manner for all the stakeholders, members, staff, volunteers and the general community we serve. Purpose This Code of Conduct has been compiled to establish acceptable professional, ethical and legally compliant standards for all members of the Management […]

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Document Management Policy

Introduction U3A noosa is committed to continually improving our operations across the organisation for the benefit of our members and staff. Due to the nature of our operations being 100% voluntary, there is a need to have relevant standards to maintain consistency for day to day operations. In addition, there can be a high turnover […]

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Fraud Policy

Introduction U3A noosa requires its members to always act honestly and with integrity and to safeguard the resources for which they are responsible. Fraud is an ever-present threat to these resources and hence must be a concern to all members Purpose The purpose of this statement is to set out your responsibilities about the prevention […]

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