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The Workers' Educational Association of South Australia Incorporated, founded in 1913, is Australia's largest non-government adult community education organisation.
The WEA provides learning opportunities for anyone aged 15 years or older (in most courses - there are some age restrictions on individual courses). There are generally no pre-requisites for courses and no assessment or exams.
The WEA operates as an innovative, flexible provider of moderately priced adult education services.
The WEA receives approximately 17,000 enrolments annually in its nearly 1200 short courses.
The WEA is an independent, non-government association almost completely funded by the student fees that it receives.
The WEA publishes five Course Guides each year in late January, early April, mid June, early September and late November. All course details appear on this website, which is updated daily.
In addition to its skills and enrichment courses including computer training, the WEA offers overseas tours, services to assist people with a disability enter mainstream courses and WEA Clubs membership that enables students to continue their interests.