WEA SPRING PROGRAM
With over 300 courses available, there’s something for everyone, from learning practical skills such as a foreign language or in an art or writing program, to discovering more about the world of the past in one of our many history courses. Our IT courses have a terrific range for those who need to brush up on their computer skills, manage a small business, keep up with the kids or web design. Learn to be a better manager, gain training qualifications, become a master public speaker – all in our Business and Training program.
Don’t miss out – join one of WEA’s Spring 2016 courses, and discover the value and quality that have kept WEA going through the 100 years of its existence in Sydney. With over 15,000 students enrolling each year, WEA represents success, interest, involvement, friendship, social outlets, health, community, all packaged with the best tutors in Sydney!
Enjoy your Spring at WEA!
Michael Newton | Executive Director
Held in Association with the Humans Rights Committee of the Law Society of NSW
Convenor: Howard Bell
Australia is entering into an exciting new age of legal and public policy growth. This newly developed course, taught by practising lawyers, human rights practitioners and policy campaigners is designed to provide comprehensive foundation knowledge of key human rights principles. It provides theoretical and practical knowledge on which students can build more detailed knowledge of the fundamentals of human rights and social justice in the fields such as lawmaking, policy development and criminal justice. The course comprises a series eight weekly evening lectures along with notes to assist with further study in the field of human rights.
PLANNED LEARNING OUTCOMES
By the end of this course, atudents should be able to: