William Angliss Institute

Since 1940, the institute has worked closely with industry to provide a range of specialist courses that set the benchmark in Australia, helping students turn their passion for foods, tourism, hospitality or events into fun and exciting careers.

Since 1940, William Angliss institute has worked closely with industry to provide a range of specialist courses that set the benchmark in Australia. We help students turn their passion for food, tourism, hospitality or events into fun and exciting careers.

The Institute knows that to be successful in the food, tourism, hospitality and events industries, you need a balance of expert knowledge and hands-on experience. Our first-class facilities and expert mentoring provide students with the confidence and experience to be leaders in their chosen field.

William Angliss Institute students have access to support services that make student life easier and more enjoyable, including careers and employment assistance, learning support, career guidance and activities.

Study Options

The Institute offers a variety of qualifications, from short courses and youth programs, apprenticeships and traineeships, certificates and diplomas, through to bachelor degrees.

Study areas include:

We also offer a range of youth, community and Indigenous programs.

Facilities

At William Angliss Institute, students learn in state-of-the-art facilities, including:

  • commercial cookery kitchens
  • training restaurants* 
  • bakery kitchens*
  • patisserie kitchens
  • meat-processing rooms*
  • a confectionery training centre*
  • a Coffee Academy
  • a chocolate laboratory*
  • a reservation training room (featuring fully automated, live travel ticketing systems)*
  • flight attendant training facility*
  • a student lounge
  • free wi-fi
  • hotel training suites*
  • a food technology laboratory*.

*Melbourne campus only


Want to know more?

For more information about William Angliss Institute, call 1300 ANGLISS, email study@angliss.edu.au or visit www.angliss.edu.au.

William Angliss Institute
555 La Trobe Street, Melbourne,
Victoria 3000
RTO No. 3045
CRICOS: 01505M
HEP 9534


Locations and Contact

Melbourne
555 La Trobe Street
Melbourne, VIC 3000
Tel: 1300 ANGLISS
Web: http://www.angliss.edu.au

Lilydale Lakeside (in partnership with Box Hill Institute)
1 Jarlo Drive
LILYDALE, VIC 3140
Tel: 1300 ANGLISS
Web: http://www.angliss.edu.au/lilydale

Sydney
26-32 Waterloo Street
SURREY HILLS, NSW 2010
Tel: 1300 ANGLISS
Web: http://www.angliss.edu.au/sydney

CampusAddress
Lilydale Lakeside 1 Jarlo Drive LILYDALE VIC 3140
Melbourne 555 La Trobe Street MELBOURNE VIC 3000
Sydney 26-32 Waterloo Street SURRY HILLS NSW 2010

Name: Brett Howell

Course:

Wildlife enthusiast Brett Howell has found his ideal career guiding visitors on the ultimate nature-lover adventures in his new nature guide role at Echidna Walkabout tours.

Advanced Diploma of Travel and Tourism graduate Brett Howell studied at William Angliss Institute because of its hands-on approach to learning, choosing electives of tour guiding and wine tourism.

Brett started the tour-guiding course wanting to show people the local natural beauty and wildlife and guide people walking in the bush.

“Now I have just finished my training as a nature guide for Echidna Walkabout taking guests into the bush to experience our wildlife in its natural environment. I couldn't have wished for a better outcome” Brett said.

Echidna Walkabout tour specialises in offering visitors the ultimate wildlife experiences in our local environment, including along the Great Ocean Road, the You Yangs and many locations renowned for their wildlife diversity.

“I found the elective for Tour Guiding especially useful as it offered a practical approach where we actually created tours of our own to showcase the class which definitely helped me.

“Also, the lecturers’ extensive knowledge of the industry really helped, as well as introducing us personally to industry staff - I would not have the network I do now without them.”

“My ultimate goal is to continue developing my knowledge of wildlife and just enjoy the role of a Nature Guide for a while. It's the best!”

“I believe the hands-on approach to learning is key in this course, as it enables students to feel confident about their place in the tourism industry and give them the skillset to go out and succeed,” Brett said

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