The aim of the Saturday Workshops is to provide members with free access to information that might help them manage their lives better. Workshops are held every few weeks (watch the Events page for forthcoming workshops), on Saturday mornings, and they are interactive in the sense that everyone is encouraged not only to sit and listen but take part and contribute.
Specialist speakers or experts are brought in for some workshops and for others we will rely on members who have specialist knowledge.
A number of Workshops have already been successfully completed:
6 October 2018: First Aid for First Responders
20 October 2018: Getting The Most Out of Your Mobile Phone
26 January 2019 - How Can I Go Green?
9 February 2019 - Poverty and Homelessness
9 March 2019 - Dementia
1 June 2019 - Legal Issues For Older People.
21 September 2019 - Fraud Awareness
Next Workshop will be 19 October 2019 - Home Security and Crime Prevention
Proposed future workshops in the pipeline are:
Healthy eating with an NHS Dietician including eating for one, vitamins, microwaves, diets, etc (foods have changed, science has changed etc)
Driving on modern roads - road signs, car accessories, safety systems, Satnavs, etc (at least 40 yrs since most of us passed a test and road systems have changed a lot)
Healthy bodies - fitness, exercise, diet, smoking, drugs, etc (we are all trying to stay alive!)
Using the Internet - Search engines, IS Providers, security, risks, bookmarks, passwords.
Watch the Events Page.
IF YOU WANT TO BE INVOLVED OR YOU KNOW OF A SPECIALIST WHO CAN HELP WITH ANY OF THESE WORKSHOPS PLEASE CONTACT ALLAN WALMSLEY ON email@example.com
|Dates for your Diary|
|Sat Oct 19th||Home Security and Crime Prevention - CID Detective Catherine Wall will give us a talk on how to keep safe in and around the house and deter criminal activity. She has extensive experience of investigating crimes in the local area, and this will be your opportunity to discuss how criminals operate and new innovations in home security.|
The Workshop will be at the St Joseph's Hall on Saturday 19 October 2019 starting at 10am and finishing by 12 noon.
Entrance is free to U3A members and free teas and coffees will be available.