Our promise

Education for good. genU Training is a registered not-for-profit that reinvests its surplus back into the community. We call it ‘profit for purpose’. When you choose genU Training, not only will you benefit, but you’ll also be helping others in your community.

We proudly offer training and education that empowers people to reach their full potential and use their new skills to create good in the world.

In turn, the revenue generated from training helps fund not-for-profit initiatives within genU.


genU Adventure is about taking a risk and having a go at something new.
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If you feel isolated or like it’s difficult to fit in, GAMER supports you to share your interests with like-minded people.
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James St Gallery

James St Gallery provides an accessible studio for artists with disabilities. And since 1997, we’ve supported local and studio artists in more than 140 exhibitions.
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Senior Support Services

Whether you’re staying in your own home or looking to move to residential aged care, whether you want just a single service or complete comprehensive care, we’ll help you live the lifestyle you chose.
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The Otway Kitchen

Experience hand-made, artisan products that taste good and do good at The Otway Kitchen.
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Seasons Café & Catering

Food is one of life’s greatest pleasures. And at Seasons Cafes and Catering, we believe that the tastiest, freshest food is local and seasonal!
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Our history

genU Training is a division of not-for-profit organisation genU, who have over 70 years’ experience delivering services to the community. genU Training was registered 25 years ago to deliver training to the disability workforce.


We’re passionate about supporting our communities through education and our ‘profit for purpose’ mission. We offer a wide range of courses and are experts in skilling the support sectors and helping jobseekers upskill for employment.

genU Training caters for learners of all abilities and experience levels and is a leading educator of disadvantaged people. We create meaningful, relevant and engaging learning experiences to support current or future employment goals.