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Diane Boyle 2024

“On the one hand, diving might seem to be the antithesis of computer technology. They are both in a sense, black and white. But you need to get things right or you are in trouble. There is no grey area!” Diane Boyle...

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Kerrie Cross

“Social work practice is very much about how to bring about change at an individual level in people’s lives and also in respect to social and community development.” Kerrie Cross joined U3APP six years ago. She had a desire to further develop...

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Gillian Kemp

Gillian believes that “Keeping yourself active and interested is important. – You may have some really bad times but somehow the good times are the things that stick with you.” Gillian Kemp was a high-fashion model in Melbourne. She has also managed...

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Aziza Khamlichi

“Seek knowledge from the cradle to the grave”… keep learning, keep on learning… Aziza and her husband migrated to Australia 10 years ago. Prior to this, since 2004, they travelled here regularly for holidays, to escape the English winter. Aziza is an...

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Ken Letts

“La langue française est comme un bel ruisseau à truites qui coule avec de douces ondulations”. Father Kenneth Letts is a retired priest in the Anglican Church of Australia. He was Priest-in-Charge of the Albert Park Parish from 1981 to 1994. In...

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Jim Pribble 2024

“As a scientist, I have this insatiable curiosity … in all things.” Jim Pribble is a Radiation Biologist. He obtained a master’s degree in Biochemistry and Zoology in 1972 at Oregon State University, Corvalis, Oregon, USA. Subsequently Jim worked with the Research...

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On-line: after bookings have opened

On-line enrolments are preferred as this significantly reduces the amount of back-office work for our volunteers.

  • Login to the U3APP.org.au website.
  • Go to the Courses & Enrolling page.
  • Scroll down to find the course that you are interested in.
  • Does the course have spaces available?
    • Click on the course name to go to the booking page.
    • Click on “Book for this course or event”.
    • You will receive a confirmation email.  Please check your Junk/Spam folders as these automatically-generated emails often finish up there.
  • OR is the course shown as FULL?
    • Click on WAITLIST.

Paper Enrolment Form: before bookings open for First Semester

  • Obtain a paper Enrolment Form either from the Office or by printing an online copy available here.
  • Complete the paper Enrolment Form and submit it to the Office.

The start date for acceptance of paper Enrolment Forms for first semester is published on the U3APP website and in the e-Bulletin. Enrolment Forms received before this date are treated as though they had been received on the start date (ie there is no advantage to be gained by submitting early). On the start date and thereafter, paper Enrolment Forms are numbered in order of receipt.  Paper Enrolment forms are processed by U3APP volunteers on the same day as on-line bookings.

If your enrolment is successful, you will receive a confirmation email.  Please check your Junk/Spam folders as these automatically-generated emails often finish up there.

If your enrolment is unsuccessful,  you will receive an email telling you that you have been waitlisted.

Via the Office: after bookings have opened

  • Contact the office in person, or by email or phone.