Policies & Guidelines

U3A Southern Peninsula Policies & Guidelines

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U3A Southern Peninsula (U3A SP) has a duty of care to provide a safe environment for all itsmembers, volunteers and visitors. We are committed to identifying, mitigating and managing anyrisks associated with our operations. The safety and well-being of all members, volunteers andvisitors is our priority. Risk Assessment Template Risk Assessment Template to use in […]

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  • Policy StatementU3A Southern Peninsula complies with all Government and venue provider regulations regardingCOVID-19 attendance in courses and activities particularly about vaccination status.

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  • Code of Conduct V2 – Updated September 2022

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  • Policy Overview In 2014 the Victorian Government passed the Privacy and Data Protection Act (2014), requiring state government funded agencies to comply with a number of privacy provisions and principals. U3A Network Victoria is funded by the Department of Health and Human Services and the Adult, Community and Further Education Board (ACFE) of the Department […]

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  • Cancellation of All Classes Following declaration by the Victorian CFA of an Extreme or Catastrophic Fire Danger Rating in the Central district (Melbourne, Geelong and surrounding areas). All U3A Southern Peninsula classes and activities will be cancelled automatically, without notice, in all locations until the emergency has ceased. Updated information regarding emergency situations is available […]

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  • A member may be removed from a class if they are absent for three consecutive classes without an apology. 

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  • We rely on enrolments in events being honoured by our members.If after enrolling and paying for an event you are unable to attend, you are welcome to nominate someone else to attend in your place. Refunds SPECIAL EVENTS: No refund will be payable, unless the vacant position is filled. Event Cancellation We reserve the right […]

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    As a volunteer organisation, challenging situations may arise from actions by a member, a tutor/leader or within the Committee of Management. These situations can become emotionally charged, so this process is documented to develop solutions that are sensitive to all the people involved.

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  • Do not fret if you cannot remember your password. Here is a description on how to reset it again.

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  • There are simple steps you can take in order to better secure your online information, which we recommend.

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  • Your Health and Safety while enjoying U3A activitiesAs a member, you are fully responsible for the state of your health. You must take allreasonable steps not to place yourself or other members at risk and only participate incourses/activities that you are physically able to undertake.

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