Meet our Trainers: Bill Dettmer | genU TraininggenU Training Meet our Trainers: Bill Dettmer | genU Training

Training U For Work courses equip you with the tools and experience you need, via online or on-campus learning and simulated workplace settings.

Trainer Bill Dettmer is just one of the friendly faces you may be guided by in Training U For Work’s range of short courses and microcredentials.

Despite his natural teaching ability, Bill had his sights set on a career in music from a young age, performing gigs in rock bands from just 13 years old.

Yet after experiencing a taste of training while teaching emergency procedures for ambulance services, Bill completed a qualification in music business management and began a career in lighting management training.

Bill made his way to genU Training some years later and now teaches a variety of subjects with Training U For Work, including food handling, cleaning, health and safety, warehousing, first aid and CPR.

Despite a collection of impressive accolades, including a nomination for Australian of the Year and induction into the Frankston Music Festival Community Hall of Fame, Bill is easy-going and down to earth in nature – qualities which continue to draw many learners back to his classroom.

Throughout his training career, Bill has enjoyed bringing a subtle combination of realism and inspiration to his teaching.

“Although you can’t do everything, you can do anything,” he says. “I love making people think about the ways they can be brilliant. Not just great, but brilliant.”

According to Bill, the genU Training difference is in the outstanding trainers.

“We’ve got experts here at genU Training. None of us do things for rewards. We do it because we love it,” he says.

Training U For Work courses are available now and will help prepare you for employment in your industry of choice. Click here to learn more.

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