Our course coordinators are here to help. They will meet with you to talk about your past learning, current skills, knowledge and interests. They will also help you look to your future study and job aspirations. This all helps us guide you into a course that’s right for you.
How much will the course cost?
A good place to start is our fees page. It has a full list of our course costs.
You may be eligible to access funded training subsidised through the Victorian Skills First Program. genU Training Coordinators can help you determine your eligibility for subsidies.
Is there an online version of my chosen course?
genU Training is committed to getting you job-ready by providing hands on learning and opportunities to practice skills and gain confidence. The best way to fully develop the skills you need is face-to-face. This allows you to be guided and fully supported by our experience trainers in active learning environments.
genU Training Online is coming soon to enhance your face-to-face training and support professional development in the community services industry.
Will genU Training help me organise my practical placement?
Getting hands-on pays off! Many of our nationally recognised qualifications require learners to take part in practical placement during their course. It puts into practice your newly learnt skills.
As part of one of the biggest Community Services organisations in Victoria, genU Training has strong industry links in disability, mental health, ageing and home and community care just to name a few. So yes, we will help you organise your placement and you will be fully supported and guided from your expression of interest, pre-placement interviews, regular assessor visits and communication with your host employer.Share :