Island life may be on hold, but the ideas don't stop flowing. And, if anything, this challenging period is encouraging us to come up more ideas â€“ about work, education, interaction and meeting our basic needs. Utas will continue to share ideas through online platforms, presenting a mix of engaging new talks and some popular past events.
Across Tasmania/Online - Learning Activities
The ISLAND project is hoping to reduce dementia in Tasmania. People aged over 50 years can sign up to be part of the ISLAND project and study the online Preventing Dementia MOOC to address their own risk profile and share with family, friends and community.
The University of Tasmania is providing short courses to support a more confident and resilient community, and help Tasmanians face the challenges of COVID-19. Four modules can be chosen, which can include family history, healthy eating, mindfulness, financial planning and the environment.
While closed to the public, the Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery (TMAG) is taking people on virtual tours of the museum. View in live time on Facebook or watch later on Facebook and YouTube.
Whether it is for workplace or individual needs, St John provides a full range of best practice certified, customised and online first aid training with flexible delivery options available throughout Australia.
The Royal Life Saving First Aid course provides participants with the ability to recognise basic signs and symptoms of various illnesses and injury and subsequent provision of appropriate treatment or assistance. The course can be delivered online. No prior learning is required.