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Governance Documents

updated June 2018


Document Title

Approval Date


Standing Orders

July 2018


Policy - Privacy

July 2018


Policy – Sexual Harassment

July 2018


Policy – Code of Conduct

July 2018


Policy - Bullying

July 2018


Policy – Risk Management

July 2018


Policy – Anti-Discrimination

Jul 2018


Policy – Health & Safety (Serious Accident & Incident)

Jul 2018


Policy – Conflict of Interest

Jul 2018


U3A Brisbane

At U3A, members learn together in a collegiate culture of like-minded peers who share a common goal of learning for pleasure. Naturally, this forges friendships and networks which reach out to other contacts in our age group and which address many of the risks to general health we all face as we age. These can include loss of social contact, lack of intellectual stimulation, and a decreasing sense of self worth. In a society with a growing cohort of over 55's, a society with new retirees who are highly educated, widely travelled and who have a longer life expectancy than ever before, we provide not only new and varied challenges, but strive to extend present ideas and make the most of the “third age” stage of our lives (Active Retirement). Our courses reflect the interests and enthusiasms of current members, and we continue to research their needs and aspirations so as to provide even greater satisfaction.

U3A Salisbury 

U3A stands for the University of the Third Age, which is a self-help organisation for people no longer in full time employment providing educational, creative and leisure opportunities in a friendly environment.  It consists of local U3As all over the UK, which are charities in their own right and are run entirely by volunteers.  Local U3As are learning cooperatives which draw upon the knowledge, experience and skills of their own members to organise and provide interest groups in accordance with the wishes of the membership.   The teachers learn and the learners teach. Between them U3As offer the chance to study over 300 different subjects in such fields as art, languages, music, history, life sciences, philosophy, computing, crafts, photography and walking.  A typical U3A has about 250 members but could be as small as 12 and as large as 2000. 

The U3A approach to learning is – learning for pleasure.  There is no accreditation or validation and there are no assessments or qualifications to be gained.

U3A Stonnington


.We offer courses, short and long, interest groups, and events for older people in Stonnington and nearby.

There are no exams, tests or assignments. All activities are carried out by volunteer lecturers, tutors and the members. 
U3A Stonnington is a member of the international U3A network, a self-help organization begun in France in the 1970s.
We are grateful for the assistance and support of the City of Stonnington and the Victorian State Government

U3A Baw Baw

U3A is a movement for retired/semi retired people who enjoy lifelong learning.

The third age is a period in which we are able to do the things we had planned for.

U3A groups are the main providers of adult community education for older learners.

In U3A Baw Baw there are no prior educational qualifications required, no exams and no degrees awarded. You just need an interest in learning.

A U3A group is a community of people devoted to education and learning for its members in their third age. U3A Baw Baw members organise their own activities by drawing on the skills of one another.

Like-minded members from all walks of life are encouraged to form study groups and share their knowledge with fellow members, all on a voluntary basis.

We look forward to having you as a new member and sharing the Third Age of life with you.

Like all U3A groups, Baw Baw is autonomous, as are all U3A Australian groups. The region we cover is mostly in the Warragul/Drouin area, where 75% of members live, and surrounding areas including Neerim South and Trafalgar . There are no entry requirements for membership and no assessment of prior learning and credentials.


Activities are arranged to meet the needs of the group: a course may be short or long, depending on the subject; groups may be of any size and teaching may be done by an individual or a team. Styles vary from highly participatory to conventional lecture techniques. Some guest speakers are invited but their contributions, like those of all U3A members, are voluntary.

U3A policy is to engage as many members as possible to lead educational classes, assist with administering registration, finance, program organisation, newsletters etc. If you feel you could contribute, please let us know.

Click on the links below to view the term courses information sheet

for the last year and this year



Term 1


Term 4

Term 3

Term 2

Term 1



Contact Information


Car parking is located at the rear of the building or the street at the back.Click here to see the front of the building

 Street View

Contact us via email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Visit us at our classrooms at the RSL Sub Branch Drouin building at 136 Princess Way Drouin next door to the Drouin Library (shown on our location map)

Hours operation 

We don't have any staffed office hours but there are classes and sessions being conducted on most days. Vistors are most welcome at our Monthly meetings 

You might like to check our Calendar for date or on the front page of our website for the current weeks events and Monthly meetings.

Write to us at U3A Baw Baw PO Box 1320 WARRAGUL 3820

TEL 0490770062

Question about us

What is U3A Baw Baw? Click Here

Who we are  Click here

If you would like to join us Click here for application form etc

You may like to see some of our Newsletters they are also available on here

Also our Rules of association is shown Click Here

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