Kapiti Coast W.E.A Inc
The new Rules of the Association are attached here.
Exciting learning opportunities, open to everyone
The WEA (Workers’ Educational Association), which was set up in 1915, is the longest established provider of adult education in New Zealand.
This Kapiti Coast branch of the WEA was started in 1978, and is a non-profit making incorporated society registered with the Charities Commission (CC28153), and a member of the Federation of WEAs in Aotearoa New Zealand.
We promote ideals of a just, equitable and sustainable society through the medium of education.
We run two six-monthly programmes each year. Our courses cover a wide variety of relevant and stimulating subjects, taught by experts in their field.
We welcome suggestions for new courses. Please contact us about your ideas.
The Kapiti Coast W.E.A gratefully acknowledges the following for their support over many years: The Lotteries Grants Board, Community Organisations Grants Scheme, Tertiary Education Commission, Federation of W.E.A's, Kapiti College, NZ Post, Telecom, Creative Communities Scheme, CLANZ, Kapiti Coast District Council, the Kapiti Community Centre, Thomas George Macarthy Trust, Beach FM, Coast Access Radio.
President - Andriani Somerset
Vice President -
Sectretary - Joan Pitchforth
Treasurer - Gordon Cameron
Graham Chapman, Edith Hall, Lore LeseBerg, Margaret Medden-Smith, Roger Pitchforth
Administrator - Gordon Cameron
You might also be interested in finding out about the International Federation of Workers’ Education Associations