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SHORT COURSES OPEN LECTURES SPECIAL EVENTS FOR EVERYONE

Spring 2013

UWA Extension at The University of Western Australia

corner 2 speaker’s arrowsmith-young :: tsiolkas :: dunant

pleasures 4 creative novels and blogs :: painting and drawing 7 fantastic photography

new skills :: techniques :: post-production

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UWA Extension is part of the The University of Western Australia M432, 35 Stirling Highway, Crawley WA 6009 +61 8 6488 2433 | extension@uwa.edu.au | extension.uwa.edu.au | CRICOS Provider Code 00126G The UWA Extension office is located on the corner of Goldsworthy Road and Princess Road, Claremont. We are open 9am to 5pm Monday to Friday (except selected Public Holidays).

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BARBARA ARROWSMITH-YOUNG How we can shape our minds Neuroplasticity – the power of the mind to change the brain Barbara Arrowsmith-Young is recognised as the creator of one of the first practical treatment applications utilising the principles of neuroplasticity. She will share with you her personal journey of discovery, driven by her hunt for a solution to her own debilitating learning disorders. What is most promising is that through our growing understanding of neuroplasticity, we now have the knowledge to develop treatments to shape our brains. 7-8:30pm Thursday 22 AUG $29 C CEVL001 Octagon Theatre

Photo: Charlie Hopkinson

SARAH DUNANT Blood & beauty Scheming, scandalous, salacious – meet the Borgias Sarah Dunant, international bestselling author of the Italian Renaissance trilogy The Birth of Venice, In the Company of the Courtesan and Sacred Hearts, shares the secrets of her trade in a sumptuously-illustrated talk. Her new novel Blood & Beauty explores the corrupt and powerful world of the infamous Borgia family, as they fight for power using their own flesh and blood as pawns in a brutal political game. 6:30-8pm Tuesday 27 AUG $25 CEVW003 University Club

Photo: John Tsiavis

CHRISTOS TSIOLKAS Barracuda An unflinching look at modern Australia Christos Tsiolkas’s blockbuster novel The Slap made headlines for its subject matter. His much-anticipated follow-up, Barracuda, reflects today’s headlines about sports stars behaving badly in our sports-obsessed country, obsessed with winning. A searing and provocative novel by one of Australia’s premier authors, Barracuda challenges us, our hopes and dreams, our friendships and our families 7-8:30pm Friday 8 NOV $20 CEVW004 University Club

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WRITE WELL, WRITE OFTEN Mastering your novel Natasha Lester CCPW020 One of the hardest parts of writing a novel is never getting any feedback about it – how to make it better, what isn’t working, what are the standout parts. In this masterclass, author Natasha Lester will workshop your novel in progress in an intimate group (max. 12 participants), as well as providing an advanced level of instruction about the intricacies of novel writing. 7.5 hours of workshops $249 6.30-9pm Thursdays from 5 SEP (3 weeks) UWA Claremont

Globejotting – learn to travel write Amanda Kendle CCPW019 A travel diary doesn’t need to be a blow-by-blow account of every step along your sightseeing journey. Join travel blogger and writer Amanda Kendle to learn about various ways to write down your travels so that you, your family and friends will enjoy reading them over and over. You will learn about journalling, scrapbooking (online and off), blogging and memoir and family diary writing. 7.5 hours of workshops $159 6.30-9pm Tuesdays from 17 SEP (3 weeks) UWA Claremont

Nailing your novel – why writers abandon books Natasha Lester CCPW012 Draft, fix and finish your novel with confidence. Learn everything you need to know about starting, writing and finishing a novel. Join novelist Natasha Lester as she shares her secrets to writing an award-winning novel. Designed for those who’ve always wanted to write a novel but don’t know where to begin, as well as those who’ve started writing a book, only to put it away because they’re not sure where they’re going. 12.5 hours of workshops $179 6.30-9pm Thursdays from 31 OCT (5 weeks) UWA Claremont

A novel world – developing your writing style John Harman CCPW021 Our favourite authors synthesise style, voice and tone to transport us into the world of their novel. What words do they use and in what order? How do they employ narrative mode? What point of view do they adopt? How adept are they at analogy? Learn how to focus on style in popular writing and how you can develop your own writing style to match that of published authors. 7 hour workshop $169 9.30am-4.30pm Saturday 16 NOV UWA Claremont

GOT BLOG? Becoming a blogger for fun and profit Amanda Kendle CCTC010 Whether you’ve read a few blogs or never heard of one, this course will get you blogging. Find out how to write and manage a blog, what to include, consider who your audience is, and how you can even make money from blogging. Participants will have the opportunity to start their own blog. 8 hour workshop $195 9am-5pm Saturday 19 OCT CCGS, Claremont

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THE CREATIVE ART OF LIFE

IAN DE SOUZA ARTIST | NICK MELIDONIS PHOTOGRAPHER

A special experience in Ian’s Fremantle garden studio. Uncover new ways of thinking using the five senses with drawing, photography, music and food.

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For more information and bookings visit www.extension.uwa.edu.au/course/CCNV001 Splashing out with watercolours Debi Riley CCNW018 Acquire the basic skills to become the next JMW Turner. Discover eleven common watercolour techniques, including wet in wet, glazing, dry brush, graded wash, pouring and variegated wash. Debi Riley will also teach you four easy methods of correction, enabling beginner watercolour painters to paint with more confidence. All materials are provided. 6 hour workshop $189 10am-4pm Saturday 23 NOV Taylors College, Claremont

Painting with the jewels of the earth Debi Riley CCNW013 Discover the luxury of painting with genuine gemstone pigments mined from the earth. These exquisite watercolour paints are created from amethyst, jade, turquoise, garnet, and serpentine from Australia. Learn colour mixing, history, design principles and the techniques of applying these highly prized minerals. Don’t miss out on this rare chance to explore these paints. Materials included. 6 hour workshop $189 10am-4pm Saturday 26 OCT Taylors College, Claremont

Drawing for non-drawers Karen Frankel CCND003 Overcome your fear of putting your mark on paper by learning some basic drawing techniques in a fun and relaxed environment. Learn how to see through an artist’s eyes, and then put these new skills into practice. Materials are included. Discover how to draw creatively even if you think you can’t. 6 hour workshop $159 10am-4pm Sunday 15 SEP UWA Claremont 10am-4pm Sunday 10 NOV UWA Claremont

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BASIC BEGINNINGS Get the most out of your digital camera (beginners) Dale Neill CCNP021 Digital cameras have more controls and features than film cameras and yet they are often not used to full effect. Gain the confidence to operate your camera and its features to produce better photographs of people, places or things. It’s surprising how much difference a little instruction makes. 7 hours of workshops $199 10am-3pm Saturday 7 SEP, 6-8pm Wednesday 11 SEP UWA Claremont 10am-3pm Saturday 2 NOV, 6.30-8.30pm Wednesday 6 NOV UWA Claremont

Get the most out of your digital camera (intermediate) Dale Neill CCNP022 Designed for those who know the basic functions and features of their digital camera and wish to learn more (or have completed the Beginners course). Topics include aperture priority, shutter speed priority, portrait modes, landscape modes, exposure compensation, eliminating shutter lag, manual white balance and macro. Note that your camera must have manual settings such as P, A, S, M. 7 hours of workshops $199 10am-3pm Sunday 3 NOV, 6.30-8.30pm Thurday 7 NOV UWA Claremont

Learn DSLR in a day Karin Calvert, Karen Castle CCNP029 Get started with your DSLR with professional photographers Karen Castle and Karin Calvert. Karen will explain the basics – aperture, shutter speed, ISO and how to achieve correct exposure – and Karin will show you how to use natural light and camera flash techniques to create great portraits. In this full-day course there will be time to put into practice your new skills, with the instructors there to guide you. 8 hour workshop $199 8.30am-4.30pm Saturday 16 NOV UWA Claremont

FINISHING FLOURISHES Expert’s guide to Lightroom 4 Nick Melidonis CCTC024 Lightroom 4 is one of the most intuitive programs for photographers to import their images, set up a workflow (no more lost images) and complete powerful global and local enhancements. This seminar will release the power of this amazing program and reveal the workflow used by professionals. This comprehensive seminar has been presented nationally by Master Photographer Nick Melidonis. 7 hour workshop $295 9.30am-4.30pm Saturday 2 NOV UWA Claremont

Expert’s guide to Photoshop Elements 11 Nick Melidonis CCTC025 Adobe Photoshop Elements is probably the most popular entry-level software for enhancing and editing images. This seminar will provide a practical guide to the essential Photoshop Elements skills enabling you to correct problems, create, catalogue, enhance and manage your photographs and digital files. Learn from one of Australia’s most awarded photographers. 7 hour workshop $295 9.30am-4.30pm Sunday 3 NOV UWA Claremont

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THE WORLD IN MY EYES Wildflower photography for spring Bob Litchfield CCNP018 You don’t need to be an expert to produce high impact wildflower photography. This course which will introduce you to the theory and practice of macro photography. You’ll learn how to construct a quick and simple light/wind tent, the use of macro equipment and the different means of magnifying a small object in the field or at home. Practice sessions will be held in Kings Park and Botanic Garden. 10 hours of workshops $199 9am-4pm Saturday 21 SEP, 6.30-9.30pm Friday 27 SEP UWA Claremont Better photography – animal and wildlife photography Bob Litchfield CCNP017 Learn the techniques, tips and traps for photographing animals with your digital camera, then don your safari suits for a fun morning of photographic challenges at Caversham Wildlife Park! Your results will be evaluated and discussed within the group during a follow-up evening. Fee includes entry to the park – stay for a picnic lunch or leisurely stroll on the Sunday afternoon. A DSLR camera is preferable to a compact camera for this course. 13.5 hours of workshops $225 10am-4.30pm Saturday 12 OCT, 8.30am-12.30pm Sunday 13 OCT, 6.30-9.30pm Friday 18 OCT UWA Claremont On the move! Travel portraits and street photography Dale Neill CCNP302 Whether you have a compact camera or the latest DSLR, you can achieve stunning images. Photographers take most of their pictures ‘on the move’ travelling around town, overseas or in the outback. This workshop covers travel genres of landscape, people, urban and wildlife and provides ideas, tips and practical techniques for dealing effectively with travel and street photography. Includes a theory session, a practical shoot on location plus a review and critique session. 10 hours of workshops $225 10am-3pm Sat 16 NOV, 2-5pm Sun 17 NOV, 7-9pm Thu 21 NOV UWA Claremont

ONCE MORE, WITH FEELING Creative expertise for photographers Nick Melidonis CNP301 If you understand the basics of photography but wish to explore the art of seeing, then this course is for you. Learn to develop your visual literacy, overcoming visual biases to be able to see beyond what’s there. Awaken your creative potential and introduce the wow factor into your photography. Suitable for DSLR cameras only. 14 hours of workshops $225 9.30am-4.30pm Saturday 16 NOV, 12.30-4.30pm Sunday 17 NOV, 6.30-9.30pm Tuesday 19 NOV UWA Claremont Creative flash techniques for DSLRs Dale Neill CCNP299 Does the flash unit for your DSLR create confusion and frustration? Don’t worry, mastering on-camera flash can be a challenge even for professional photographers. In this practical how-to workshop Dale Neill will guide you through the principles, strengths, limitations and endless creative possibilities of flash. 7 hour workshop $169 9.30am-4.30pm Saturday 30 NOV UWA Claremont

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MIND MATTERS Future-proof your brain – devise your own brain fitness program

Jenny Brockis CCRC004 Just as physical health improves wellbeing, being brain fit helps you learn effectively, remember more and maintain clear thinking when under pressure. This workshop will enable you to develop your own brain fitness program based on healthy nutrition, mental challenge, stress management and physical exercise. Includes six weeks’ online follow-up to help you embed your new healthy brain habits. 3 hour workshop $89 9am-12pm Saturday 21 SEP UWA Claremont

Five-minute meditator Eric Harrison CCBF004 Anxiety, poor sleep and a runaway, overactive mind may be signs of stress. Over time, these damage our health and make us very miserable. Fortunately, you can easily lower your levels of arousal and muscle tension within a minute or so if you know how. Learn how to relax a little, many times a day, and restore balance and control. 6 hour workshop $149 9am-3pm Sunday 6 OCT UWA Claremont

Find your balance with the Alexander Technique Glenn Swift CCFE002 Glenn B. Swift has taught this technique for over twenty years, counting Hugh Jackman amongst his pupils. Any type of performance can be improved by learning simple changes, beginning with balance of the head and the function of breath. Actors, musicians, dancers and other ordinary people will benefit. Bad backs and stiff necks are also addressed. Participants also receive a private consultation with an AuSTAT registered teacher. 6 hours of workshops $159 6.30-8.30pm Thursdays from 10 OCT (3 weeks) UWA Claremont

Focused or frantic? The benefits of paying attention Jenny Brockis CCHS352 Driven to distraction by too much to do and too many interruptions? Discover how your brain pays attention and how to focus on each thing you want to do. In a time poor, busy world there is a better way to deal with distractions and interruptions. Learn how to improve your attention skills, regain control and still get everything done. 3 hour workshop $89 9am-12pm Saturday 12 OCT UWA Claremont

Mindfulness 101 Eric Harrison CCBF405 Mindfulness is both a Buddhist practice and a psychological therapy. In this workshop Eric Harrison from the Perth Meditation Centre will map out this territory, place it in the context of modern brain science and help you make it your own. He will illustrate the concepts of ‘paying attention’ and ‘being in the present’ through awareness techniques that can be done repeatedly throughout any day. 6 hour workshop $149 9am-3pm Sunday 3 NOV UWA Claremont

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HEALTHY COURSES. GREAT VENUE.

THE UNIVERSITY CLUB OF WESTERN AUSTRALIA Your best shape – the honest truth about weight control

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At last, the truth about weight loss from people who aren’t trying to sell you a radical diet or ‘guaranteed’ program that just won’t work. Discover the essential steps you must take to lose weight and maintain a healthy weight – no diet plans; no magic potions or scams; no false claims about how easy it is. This is about proven strategies for weight control from health professionals with over 60 years’ experience. 2.5 hour lecture $89 7-9.30pm Tuesday 15 OCT University Club, Crawley

Build a fitter future – how to get and stay fit for life David Beard CCFE001 Evidence is increasing that being and staying fit can delay ageing and prevent disease, and that it is essential for performing at your best. But knowing that fitness is important and actually achieving it are two different things, especially considering the amount of confusing and conflicting information out there. This workshop with physiologist David Beard will enable you to develop a fitness program that will work for you whatever your current level of fitness or work and family commitments. 3.5 hour workshop $89 9.30am-1pm Saturday 9 NOV University Club, Crawley

Nutrition for a long life – concise practical nutrition Glenn Cardwell CCLN004 Nutrition misinformation abounds, much of it contradictory. Dietician Glenn Cardwell will help you sift the fibs from the truth. Based on up-to-date research you will be surprised how out-dated some nutrition information is; the truth is far more interesting. Expect to be surprised, but also expect to get practical and useful information on nutrition that is very likely to extend your life and delay disease. 4 hour workshop $89 9am-1pm Saturday 30 NOV University Club, Crawley And remember – you’re entitled to Temporary Membership of the University Club on the day you attend any courses booked in this brochure. Why not drop in for a meal or a glass of wine with a few friends beforehand?

Call 6488 8770 to register. To make use of this offer, please call Club Reception on 6488 8770 at least 24 hours before your visit.

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Blogger? See page 5.

Photographer? See page 8.

Using and maintaining your iMac or MacBook Adrian Wood CCTC021 If you have a new Mac but think you might not be using it to its potential, this is the course for you. For new Mac users or those not yet familiar with OSX Lion, you’ll learn how to operate your Mac, fix problems and keep it in fine tune. Topics include file and folder management, explanations of the Dock and the Finder, upgrading, troubleshooting and backups. 8 hour workshop $295 9am-5pm Saturday 19 OCT

CCGS, Claremont

Make the most of your iPhone and its apps Mark Dixon CCTC006 Discover more of your iPhone’s features as a phone, touchscreen iPod, a web browser and more. Learn how to use applications for keeping in touch, managing music, work, money, travel, fun and games and much more. Discover how to synchronise your iPhone with other devices and troubleshoot with confidence if things go wrong. 5 hour workshop $195 9am-2pm Saturday 2 NOV

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online courses

IMMEDIATE

INTERACTIVE

If you’re too busy to attend classes, our online courses are designed for you, with all the convenience of online access.

Our online courses are offered in conjunction with the world’s leading online learning provider Education To Go. All ed2go courses include expert instructors and offer a wide range of highly interactive courses.

INDIVIDUAL Online study fits into your schedule, and most courses can be completed in six weeks. All you have to do is log into your online classroom from home or work at a time that’s convenient for you.

INSPIRING The course range is huge and includes just about everything you can think of studying online. Take a look – you’re sure to find something just for you.

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WHERE DO I START? Go to ed2go.com/uwaext and browse the courses.You can choose a category and browse or search by keyword. See extension.uwa.edu.au/page/63 for help. When you’ve found the course for you, click on Learn More and then on each of the headings to view the syllabus, the instructor’s biography, any requirements for the course or reviews from people who have taken the course. After selecting your course click on Enrol Now and follow the instructions.

BUSINESS Business Communication • Business marketing writing • Effective business writing • Fundamentals of technical writing • Interpersonal communication • Keys to effective communication

General Business Skills

PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT Children, Parents and Family • Enhancing language development in childhood • Guiding kids on the internet • Understanding adolescents

Job Search

• 12 steps to a successful job search :: ONLINE COURSES • Individual excellence: secrets of career

• Administrative assistant fundamentals • Computer skills for the workplace • Introduction to Crystal Reports • Introduction to statistics • Keyboarding

Management & Leadership • Creating a successful business plan • Fundamentals of supervision and management 1 • Fundamentals of supervision and management 2 • Marketing your own business on the internet • Mastery of business fundamentals • Six Sigma: total quality applications Every month dozens of Perth people enrol in our online courses. Which course is for you?

success • Resume writing workshop

Personal Enrichment • Achieving success with difficult people • Everyday math • Get assertive! • Get funny! • Goodbye to shy • Introduction to algebra • Leadership • Learn to buy and sell on eBay • Listen to your heart, and success will follow • Merrill speed reading • Skills for making great decisions • Start your own small business • Wow, what a great event!

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WRITING & PUBLISHING Business Writing • Business marketing writing • Effective business writing • Fundamentals of technical writing

Creative Writing • A writer’s guide to descriptive settings • Advanced fiction writing • Forensic science: a writer’s guide

TECHNOLOGY • Achieving top search engine positions • Introduction to PC troubleshooting • Navigating the internet

Computer Programming • Creating mobile apps with HTML5 • How to get started in game development • Introduction to programming • Intermediate C# programming • Intermediate Java programming • Introduction to C# programming

• Introduction to journalling

• Introduction to C++ programming

• Mystery writing

• Introduction to Visual Basic

• Pleasures of poetry

• Introduction to Linux

• Research methods for writers

• Introduction to Perl programming

• The craft of magazine writing

Database Management

• Travel writing

• Introduction to database development

• Write fiction like a pro

• Introduction to SQL

• Write your life story

Networking & Communication

• Writeriffic 1 – creativity training for writers

• Introduction to networking

• Writeriffic 2 – advanced creativity training for writers

Security

• Writing essentials

• Introduction to PC security

• Writing for children

MEDICAL & HEALTHCARE

• Writing young adult fiction

Publishing • Beginner’s guide to getting published

• Wireless networking • Advanced PC security

• Human anatomy and physiology

• Introduction to internet writing markets

• Introduction to natural health and healing

• Publish and sell your e-books

• Lose weight and keep it off

• Web 2.0: Blogs, Wikis & Podcasts

• Luscious, low-fat, lightning-quick meals

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DESIGN & COMPOSITION

COMPUTER APPLICATIONS

Digital Photography

Adobe

• Discover Digital Photography

• Introduction to Dreamweaver

• Introduction to WordPress websites

• Intermediate Dreamweaver

• Creating WordPress websites II

• Introduction to Flash

• Mastering Your Digital SLR Camera

• Intermediate Flash

• Photographing nature with your DSLR • Photographing people with your DSLR • Secrets of better photography • Travel photography for the digital photographer

Web Design • Advanced web pages

• Introduction to InDesign • Intermediate InDesign • Introduction to Illustrator • Introduction to Photoshop • Introduction to Lightroom 4 • Photoshop Elements for the digital photographer 1

• Creating web pages

• Photoshop Elements for the digital photographer 2

• Designing effective web sites

• Introduction to Adobe Edge Animate

• Discover digital photography

Microsoft

• Introduction to CSS and XHTML

• Introduction to Access

• Web 2.0 – Blogs, Wikis & Podcasts

• Intermediate Access

LANGUAGES & ARTS

• Introduction to Excel

• Beginning conversational French • Conversational Japanese • Drawing for non-drawers • Drawing for the absolute beginner

• Intermediate Excel • Advanced Excel • Introduction to Outlook • Introduction to PowerPoint • Introduction to Project

• Instant Italian

• Introduction to Publisher

• Music made easy

• Introduction to Windows 7

• Speed Spanish 1

• Introduction to Windows 8

• Speed Spanish 2

• Introduction to Word

• Speed Spanish 3

• Intermediate Word

• Start your own arts and crafts business

• Advanced Word

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how to enrol Online 24 hours a day 7 days a week extension.uwa.edu.au Enrol using the link on our website. Further instructions can be found on the website. By phone during office hours +61 8 6488 2433 9am-5pm Monday-Friday. Please have your credit card, course title(s) and codes ready. We accept Visa and Mastercard credit and debit cards.

things to remember • Use the student portal extension.uwa.edu.au/portal to view your enrolments and ensure your contact details are current. • Confirmation of enrolment and payment invoices are automatically sent by email just after enrolment (if available). • Should you wish to transfer or cancel your enrolment, you will need to make a request 10 working days before the start date. • Some courses and events have a reduced fee for Centrelink Card and Pensioner Concession Card holders, i.e. C • Only one discounted rate can be used per enrolment; note also that verification of concession eligibility may be required. • Some of our events use a separate website for ticket purchases; this URL is usually indicated with the event description.

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10 August

Saturday

Making the most of your iPad and its apps

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10 August

Saturday

Better blogging – advanced course for bloggers

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22 August

Thursday

How we can shape our minds (Arrowsmith-Young)

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24 August

Saturday

Building images – photographing architecture...

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24 August

Saturday

Show don't tell

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Blood and beauty (Sarah Dunant)

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27 August

Tuesday

28 August

Wednesday Overdiagnosis and disease mongering

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29 August

Thursday

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How to keep a beehive

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Start date

Day

Title of course or event

Page

31 August

Saturday

An insider's secrets to getting your book published

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31 August

Saturday

Finding your UK ancestors online

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31 August

Saturday

Watercolours in 10 minutes

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5 September Thursday

Mastering your novel

5

7 September Saturday

Get the most out of your digital camera (beginners)

8

15 September Sunday

Drawing for non-drawers

6

17 September Tuesday

Globejotting - learn to travel write

5

21 September Saturday

Future-proof your brain

11

21 September Saturday

Wildflower photography for spring

9

6 October

Sunday

Five-minute meditator

11

10 October

Thursday

Find your balance with the Alexander Technique

11

12 October

Saturday

Better photography - animal and wildlife photography

9

12 October

Saturday

Focused or frantic? The benefits of paying attention

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15 October

Tuesday

Your best shape - the honest truth about weight control

12

19 October

Saturday

Becoming a blogger for fun and profit

5

19 October

Saturday

Using and maintaining your iMac or MacBook

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26 October

Saturday

Painting with the jewels of the earth

6

31 October

Thursday

Nailing your novel - why writers abandon books

5

2 November

Saturday

Expert's guide to Lightroom 4

8

2 November

Saturday

Get the most out of your digital camera (beginners)

8

2 November

Saturday

Make the most of your iPhone and its apps

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3 November

Sunday

Expert's guide to Photoshop Elements 11

8

3 November

Sunday

Mindfulness 101

11

3 November

Sunday

Get the most out of your digital camera (intermediate)

8

8 November

Friday

Barracuda (Christos Tsiolkas)

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9 November

Saturday

Build a fitter future - how to get and stay fit for life

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10 November Sunday

Drawing for non-drawers

6

16 November Saturday

A novel world: developing your writing style

5

16 November Saturday

Creative expertise for photographers

9

16 November Saturday

Learn DSLR in a day

8

16 November Saturday

On the move! Travel portraits and street photography

9

23 November Saturday

Splashing out with watercolours

6

30 November Saturday

Creative flash techniques for DSLRs

9

30 November Saturday

Nutrition for a long life - concise practical nutrition

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terms and conditions of business

UWA Extension UWA Extension adult community education courses and events are open to everyone. No previous qualifications or experience are needed unless otherwise stated in the course descriptions. Fees must be paid at the time of enrolment or booking. Confirmation of this and receipt of payment will be sent at this time. Courses Courses and events are offered subject to viability as determined by enrolment numbers. UWA Extension reserves the right to cancel due to insufficient numbers or other circumstances beyond our control. This decision is made approximately 10 working days before the commencement date. Students who have enrolled in a course that is cancelled will be notified and a full refund will be issued. Refunds and Transfers Please choose carefully. All requests for refunds or transfers to an alternative course must be made in writing and will not be given unless received by UWA Extension 10 working days prior to commencement of the course. An administration fee ($16.50 inc GST) will be charged for all withdrawals and all transfers. Discounts Please note that only one of the following discounts or concessions may apply to any one enrolment or booking, unless otherwise noted. A Group Discount of 20% off the total cost for groups of five or more may be available for some events and courses. Enrolments for this discount can only be made by telephone and details for each Student must be supplied. Individual refunds and transfers are not available on group bookings. UWA Staff and UWA Students are eligible for a 10% discount on most courses and events. Other student concessions may be offered, but only as indicated. Concessions Centrelink Card and Pensioner Concession Card holders are eligible for the concession reduction on applicable course and events as indicated C . Proof of concession eligibility must be provided on request. Companion Card holders should contact UWA Extension prior to enrolment or booking.

Please note The University of Western Australia is committed to providing equal opportunity for students with a range of disabilities and medical conditions to participate fully in the life and work of the University. Support services and facilities are oriented towards meeting individual student needs and ensuring that they are successful in their personal endeavours. Should you have any special access or support service requirements to participate in UWA Extension courses and events please let us know before making your enrolment or booking. Course quality and suitability UWA Extension is confident that you will be pleased with your course and that it will be as advertised in title and description. Presenters are carefully selected and suitably qualified and aware of the needs of Students. If you have a problem with your course you should raise it with the Presenter in the first instance. If after raising your problem with the Presenter your problem is not solved, or if you do not feel comfortable doing so, then call UWA Extension and discuss the matter with our friendly staff who can advise you and take steps to address the issue. We ask all Students to complete the Evaluation Form (printed or online version available) to help us improve our courses. Fees Fees for each course accompany course details. Fees cover tuition and course notes and materials unless otherwise indicated. All course fees on this site include GST except where indicated as being GST Free. Course attendance Children, relatives and friends are unable to be accommodated in any UWA Extension courses or events without prior permission. Please switch off your mobile devices while attending your course or event. Advertised dates and times The adverstised dates, times and locations of courses and events may change without warning. In such a case, we will make all reasonable attempts to contact you using the contact details you have provided; however, confirmation of date, time and location remains your responsibility. Cricos Code 00126G UWAESPPR130600


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