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The U3A Alliance Australia - U3AAA
The formation of this body in 2010 gave the Australian U3A movement its first national presence and an opportunity to represent the collective interests of U3A at the Federal level. The Alliance operates under a Memorandum of Understanding and all State Networks the ACT and U3A Online being current participants, each nominating a Delegate to participate in its meetings under a two year rotating Chair and Secretariat arrangement.
The Australian Alliance meets physically whenever possible during U3A Conferences or related gatherings or electronically to exchange views and cooperate in the development of initiatives for the advancement of and support for the U3A movement.
The U3AAA has three primary objectives:
(1) To foster closer cooperation between U3As across Australia.
(2) To facilitate the provision of a voice for U3As at a national level in Australia where this might be deemed necessary (e.g. to enable the Alliance to apply for grants to further R&D in the mature age sector).
(3) To maintain a register of all U3As in Australia (currently held by U3A Online)
The U3AAA has a website and publishes quarterly electronic Bulletins presenting news of the major initiatives and progress of the U3A movement from each of our State Networks. Access to the U3AAA website and Bulletin postings are available within the major Network websites.
click here for Health Wealth and Travel An informative and interesting site for seniors.
click here for Short Courses for U3A membersTo study a course on line, people have to join Online as an individual.
U3A T'ba is a member and that gives us different rights to buy the Licence to courses for our Tutors. - For $25 per year membership you are able to enrol in as many OnLine courses as you wish.
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Information and links to sites within the network of which U3A Toowoomba takes an active part.