SAVE UP TO 30% by choosing us over a local competitor*
Dr Sunny Herath
Trimester II - Wednesdays, 6pm, 4-15
weeks (2 hour sessions)
Trimester III - Wednesdays, 6pm, 4-13 weeks (2 hour sessions)
a greater understanding of the interconnectedness of everything we
can see and know in this universe. Think about the most exciting
modern technologies that you have heard about in the news, such as
trains that levitate above tracks, “invisibility cloaks" that
bend light around them, and microscopic robots that fight cancer
cells in our bodies. All of these groundbreaking advancements,
commonplace or unbelievable, rely on the principles of physics.
from playing a significant role in technology, professionals such as
engineers, pilots, physicians, physical therapists, electricians, and
computer programmers apply physics concepts in their daily work.
Physics principles are propelling new, exciting technologies, and
these principles are applied in a wide range of careers.
Themes - Kinematics, Vectors (Part 1)
& Newton's 2nd Law. Prediction of Motion; Constant/Non-Constant
Forces. Vectors (Part 2) & Newton's 2nd Law. Prediction of
Motion; Momentum. Curving Motion, Including Uniform/Non-Uniform
Circular Motion. Energy Principle; Work. Multiparticle Systems:
Potential Energy. Energy Applications. Energy & Momentum:
Collisions. Angular Momentum Principle.
*Comparison based on per-lesson equivalent price of studying at VLC Education, based on prices as listed on February 4, 2015. Course lengths may vary between providers.
TERMS AND CONDITIONS: Refunds. Refunds are NOT issued except where a course is cancelled by the WEA. WEA Victoria cannot accept responsibility for changes in personal circumstances. Enrolment acceptance and cancellation. You are accepted into the course upon payment in full, unless notified by us. Courses are dependent on sufficient enrolments, tutor availability and other circumstances outside our control, which may cause some courses to be postponed or cancelled. Course materials. Personal course material is the responsibility of the individual student. An additional charge will be made for photocopied notes, textbooks or any other course materials.
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