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  • 2022 Enrolments now open for all

    (updated 01/12/2021)

    New and returning members can now enrol in all 2022 Classes including Summer School and Term 1 Computer Classes..

    To enrol in face-to-face classes you must have received two doses of COVID-19 vaccine and confirm this by ticking the box in your online My Membership details or on your enrolment form.

    Visiting the Hub - Council Staff will not admit you to the Hub if you cannot provide proof of your vaccination status via your Service Victoria app or a printed copy of your digital certificate.

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  • 2022 Enrolments now open

    In this article:

    - As a current member you can now enrol in all 2022 Classes including Summer School and Term 1 Computer Classes. Read the full article for limits on the number of classes you can select.

    - To be able to enrol in face-to-face classes you must have received two doses of COVID-19 vaccine and tick the box to confirm this when you enrol online. Read the full article for more information about fees, vaccination status and how to enrol.

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  • From the Course Admin Team

    When you select classes for 2022 make sure you check the details, time, venue and day, as there have been some changes from 2021. You will find some new Course Codes. For example, Exercise classes are listed as 22EXEW, Exercise Walking. Languages are listed as LANC Chinese, 22LANF French, etc. Remember you can only enrol […]

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  • Lots to choose from in Summer School

    You can enrol in up to nine classes in our January Summer School as part of your 2022 membership.

    The 65 talks, walks, sports, workshops and excursions run from Tuesday 11 January to 21 January with almost all classes free of charge except for some materials costs for craft classes and tickets for the excursions.

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  • Valerie receives 2021 COTA Award

    Vice President Valerie Donlon received a 2021 Council of The Ageing (COTA) Award for her contribution as a volunteer to the community for over a decade. Valerie volunteered at Eastern Volunteers on their fundraising committee and as a driver, with AMES as an English tutor, at WIRE as a telephone support worker and for the past 10 years ago in a number of roles at U3A Nunawading including four as President.

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  • Dr Apollo Nsubuga-Kyobe speaks at first Forum

    June MacDonald, Committee of Management member and Class Leader of Africa – the emerging continent, reviews the recent presentation given by Dr Apollo on “Some of the challenges towards positive ageing of Africans – a Case Study of Emerging Communities in Australia.” After having to cancel the four previously planned Four O’clock Forums this was our first Forum for the year. You can see the expanded list of speakers scheduled for 2022 at the end of June’s article

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  • ‘Tis the season … for scams

    Are you planning to buy your Christmas presents online this year?

    While online shopping provides you the opportunity to stock up on gifts from the comfort of your own home, scammers see this as an opportunity to take advantage of unsuspecting victims. Even if you don’t shop online, you may find yourself the target of these scams.

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