The University of the Third Age

U3A Okeover

Programme for Term 4, 2013

A Antarctica with Sue

Dates: 7 November

B Never miss the opportunity to dance

Dates: 7 November

C Reflecting on a career

Dates: 14 November

D Diabetes

Dates: 14 November

Times: 10:30 - 12:00

Enrolments for this term closed on Thursday 7 Nov 2013.

Officers:

Chairman:Peter Moody3517448
Secretary:Peter Braithwaite9426165
Treasurer:Colin Freeman027 2369476
Please hand your enrolment form to the treasurer at the desk.

Course A

Antarctica with Sue

A paper copy of this information will be handed out on Thur 24 October.

7 Nov:
Sue Best on 'Antarctica': Sue Best, Team Leader, Antarctic Centre, Christchurch offers some personal insights on living and working in Antarctica and at the Antarctic Centre.

Course B

Never miss the opportunity to dance

A paper copy of this information will be handed out on Thur 24 October.

7 Nov:
Sam Johnson on 'Never miss the opportunity to dance': Sam Johnson - of Volunteer Army Foundation fame - provides his views on a number of topics related to his efforts in raising community awareness and leadership of volunteer groups. He says "I will share the stories of some of the remarkable places the Student Army team and I have been over the last three years. Together, we have met remarkable people, experienced unbelievable things and become acutely aware of the challenges the future holds. Bring your suggestions and opinions as to what the future could hold using our technology and your experience!

Course C

Reflecting on a career

Presenter:Graeme Waters

The session is followed by the Annual Luncheon at the Hornby Working Men’s Club. Subsidised cost, $10.00

14 Nov:
Graeme Waters on 'Reflecting on a Career': Graeme Waters was a career diplomat (High Commissioner to India) and is a Fonterra consultant.

Course D

Diabetes

Presenter:Chris Pretty

This session will be followed by our Annual Dinner at the Hornby Working Men’s Club. Subsidised cost $10.00.

14 Nov:
Dr Chris Pretty on 'Diabetes': Dr Chris Pretty, Lecturer in Mechanical Engineering working with Dr Geoff Chase on modelling and controls for biomedical applications.