William Angliss Institute

Founded in 1940, William Angliss Institute focuses on developing leaders in the ‘experience economy’ – foods, tourism, hospitality and events – where consumers choose to spend more, share more and find more happiness in ‘experiences’ rather than ‘things’.

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William Angliss Institute

Founded in 1940, William Angliss Institute focuses on developing leaders in the ‘experience economy’ – foods, tourism, hospitality and events – where  consumers choose to spend more, share more and find more happiness in ‘experiences’ rather than ‘things’.

Student Stories from William Angliss Institute

Find out what students from William Angliss Institute have to say about their study experience.

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Cameron Maher
Advanced Diploma of Hospitality Management

An Angliss qualification has taken graduate Cameron Maher around the world and from waiter to Group Assistant General Manager in just seven years. 

“It has been such a great ride - hospitality can be an incredibly fun, diverse and rewarding industry to those who make it a part of their life. Hard work and long hours are balanced with the opportunities to travel, meet amazing people and work with incredible products and properties," said Cameron. 

Cameron recently started as Group Assistant General Manager at Andrew McConnell Restaurants. Starting his career as a waiter at the iconic restaurant The Fat Duck in the UK, Cameron then became Head Waiter at The Fat Duck in Melbourne before being promoted to Assistant Restaurant Manager at Dinner by Heston Blumenthal Melbourne and then moving to Estelle by Scott Pickett in Northcote as Restaurant Manager. 

Cameron completed his Advanced Diploma of Hospitality Management in 2010.