We are self-help, voluntary, not-for-profit organisation, and part of the worldwide network of Universities of the Third Age.

We invite you

To find out more about who we are and what we do by exploring our website.

Members volunteer

Calling for Tutors & Leaders.

Have you always wanted to teach, share your talents, hobbies and interests?
If so, this is your opportunity. U3A Dromana needs Tutors & Leaders. 
No formal qualifications are needed - just passion and commitment.

Our members are interested in a variety of subjects from indoor & outdoor activities, courses of all sorts, Art, Crafts and in particular all things to do with technology, e.g. phones, iPads (tablets) & computers.

This is a chance to share your skills and passion with our U3A members. The rewards may not be monetary, but are certainly fulfilling, with the satisfaction of giving to our members and gaining new friends.

Please contact the Course Coordinators via email

Without tutors there would be no U3A. All of our tutors volunteer their skills and time. If you have a skill or passion that you would like to share, please consider offering a class. Have a look at the range of classes that are currently on offer. Many of our classes have waiting lists. You might like to offer an additional or similar class to one currently on offer, or you might like to offer something altogether different.

For the vast majority of classes, there are no qualifications required. Some exercise classes and classes such as Tai Chi and Yoga require qualifications, but otherwise all you need is a willingness to share your interests and passions with others.

All enrolments are handled by our on-line administration system. You will be given a class list and asked to appoint class monitors to check off the roll and make sure that the room is left in a tidy state at the end of each class.

From time to time you will be asked to pass on information to members of your class.

A tutors’ meeting is usually held twice yearly. This is an opportunity to discuss issues with other tutors, the course coordinator and committee.

Think about some of these issues:

• The class that you would like to offer – the title and content

• The maximum and minimum number of students

• Your preferred time/s

• Preferred day/s

• The length of the course (a short course or full year)

• Do you want to suspend the class at any time/s during the year eg school holidays, your winter break etc

• Any equipment or special facilities that you might need (see here for a list of what is available)