Allen talks about the trainers role in inspiring passion in order to for people to put the work in (0:59)

Well we do try to get the community excited about stuff. We do community concerts, which is not my doing.  It’s something we did years ago so coming out here everybody goes, ‘Oh yeah.  Let’s do that!’.  And I go, ‘Yeah, well of course, let’s do it.’  So we put on community concerts, we make the course accessible to people. We invite people to come in.  You know, I don’t say, ‘Well look, I’ve already got over 12 students. I can’t take anymore because I can’t deliver the Occupational Health and Safety thing for da-da-da-da-da whatever.’  I think you have to be inclusive, which is tricky but I think people need to be inspired and passionate and fired up because ultimately that’s what it’s going to take for them to put the work in, and I think that’s what you’re supposed to do, you’re supposed to get people to put the work in to get somewhere when it comes to music of any other creative art – anything – you have to put the work in.