How to Register
Registration for the Spring 2021 ElderCollege courses is being done on-line, via this website. Registration has opened at 12 noon on December 11, 2020.
All of the courses offered by the Sunshine Coast ElderCollege can be viewed on our Spring 2021 page. For your convenience there is a downloadable and handy brochure available. Payment for registration can be made online via PayPal. You do not need to have a PayPal account. You can use money in a PayPal account OR use your credit card. (VISA, MasterCard and AMEX are accepted.)
Registration is still only $35.00, no GST
We’ve prepared a video that shows you how to register and pay online for ElderCollege courses, step by step.
Steps to Register
Visit our Spring 2021 page. Decide on the first course you want to take and click the Register button below it. The course will be added to a shopping cart.
If you wish to take additional courses, click the Continue Shopping button and click Register for the next course.
Note: Because our website automatically creates class lists for us, we need to ask you to register for one person at a time. For example, if you are registering for John and Jane Doe, please register for John’s courses separately from Jane’s.
After you have selected all the desired courses, click the Proceed to Checkout button on the “shopping cart” page. (If you are not on the shopping cart page, choose Registration then Registration Cart in the menu at the top of the website to get there.)
The website will then ask you for your contact information. (Unless you had previously created an account on our website and logged into it before you started registering. In that case, you will not need to re-enter your contact information.)
Then click Proceed to PayPal. This will allow you to make payment with a PayPal account (if you have one) OR by credit card. VISA, MasterCard and AMEX are all accepted. If PayPal complains that your postal code is invalid, scroll to the top of the page and make sure that the right country has been selected. (PayPal auto-selects the country for you and sometimes it doesn’t get it right.)