Thank you from doMore

I'd like to thank you for being involved in the community and the team and I hope that you've received value from being a part of it.

doMore was our original passion project born out of the desire to help connect people wanting to learn something new with experts that could teach them over 10 years ago.

Over the years we have helped almost 70,000 learners connect with one of over 1,500 courses and providers, across the country. For that, we're very proud and grateful for your contribution. also served to teach us about how to help measure and improve business performance and inspired the launch and growth of two other companies as a result, one of which we've decided to dedicate our resources and energy to making great.

We'll be switching the site off on Tuesday 31st of July. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact us directly on [email protected].

Thanks again and good luck with your teaching endeavours in the future.

Warm regards,

The doMore team.

Short Subject Video Making


Subject: Web & Graphic Design

From improving camera work on your holiday movie to making an effective short video on nature, architecture, tourism, sport or social history. New camera owners welcome. Could include 1/2 day video shoots. Tutor Don Hawkins.

This session is taught online


This is a self paced course. The course coordinator will contact you shortly after your enrollment to help you get started.




  • 1:1 / Private Lessons

Skill level

Beginner, Intermediate



No fees for members

The teachers

U3A Frankston is a place of learning which was established in 1985 and now has 300 members and provides 30 courses of...

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U3A Frankston is a place of learning which was established in 1985 and now has 300 members and provides 30 courses of study on a range of topics from classrooms located behind the Chisholm Institute which is close to the Frankston Railway Station and bus terminals.

All of us during our working lives have put things off saying "When I retire I am going to……."

U3A Frankston is the place where you can catch up on these deferred wishes, it encourages you to do the things you would have liked to do in the past but didn’t have the time or opportunity. Such things as; learning a language, study Australian history, understand computers, learn to paint, sing in a choir etc, etc. Although called University of the Third Age there are no qualifications required nor given.

U3A Frankston brings together people who although now out of the workforce are still active and don’t have idle hands attached to idle minds .An aged bricklayer may learn the basics of Law from a retired Professor while he in turn can learns to build a brick barbeque. The learning process is centred on volunteer members who have a specific skill and are willing to pass it on to other members who want to learn that skill.

U3A Frankston is also a social place where you meet like minded people of your own age and share common interests and ideas. It is a group where you can make new friends and widen your interests There is a great reserve of knowledge and experience to be found in older people so if you are able you should not sit at home alone but seek the social contact of other senior members of the Frankston community and enjoy their companionship while at the same time expanding your knowledge and skills. Visit the office or follow the contact us links above to start your journey today.

Universities of the Third Age

The University of the Third Age (U3A) is an international organization, embodying the principles of life-long education and the pursuit of knowledge for its own sake, in an atmosphere of mutual learning and teaching. Each U3A is a learning community, organized by and for people who can best be described as being active in retirement - the so-called Third Age of their lives.

The term University is used in the original and medieval sense of an association or community of teachers and scholars, united in the pursuit of knowledge. Third Age refers to the life period of active retirement, which follows the first age of childhood and formal education and the second age of working life, and which precedes the fourth age of dependence.

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U3A Frankston Peninsula (University of the Third Age)