Tutors, group leaders and coordinators are the life blood of our U3A. The willingness of members to share their knowledge, skills and interests with others, to teach and to learn alongside others, is the cornerstone of our organisation.
For more information on what’s involved in becoming a tutor see our Tutor Handbook and Forms
If you think you might like to run a group – whether tutoring in your field of expertise or special interest, or as a coordinator to learn alongside other similarly interested members, or if you would like to give a talk – we would love to hear from you. Contact the Course Coordinator (New Courses) or fill out a New Course Proposal Form.
Perhaps you have a course in mind but are unsure how it might be developed. Maybe you think tutoring may be too time consuming. There are many resources you can use to help you develop a course. Sometimes the work has already been done for you. Check out the U3A Network NSW Resource Library which contains a wide range of resources on a multitude of subjects – history, language and literature, exploration, myths and legends – many of which have already been offered by U3A members throughout the state.