This qualification gives you a broad knowledge base in the areas of: food safety, nutrition, food packaging, basic food preservation methods,
sensory analysis, quality management, basic microbiology, chemistry, water and waste management, occupational health and safety,
data analysis and the basic technologies applied in the production of meat and dairy, fruit and vegetable, fish and seafood and poultry and egg products. Continue with your studies to complete the Diploma.
There are three main ways to apply for a course at the William Angliss Institute.
1. Applications through VTAC are required for Certificate IV, Diploma, Advanced Diploma and Degree courses
2. Application direct to William Angliss Institute (Certificate I, II, III courses – send your application direct to the Institute)
3. Application through an AAC (Australian Apprenticeship Centre) apprentice and trainees only
Depending on the course and the time of year you want to commence your course will determine the application process you need to take.
William Angliss Institute is a dedicated training provider for the hospitality, tourism and foods industries, delivering a range of courses from four-year degrees, Australian Accredited Apprenticeships to short courses.
Each year over 15,000 students including 1000 international students are trained at the main campus in Melbourne, Victoria. The Institute also delivers training direct to industry partners through offices interstate, four joint venture campuses in China and international consultancy projects around the world. The Institute also contributes to a number of ongoing local community programs.
As the Government endorsed Specialist Centre for Hospitality, Tourism and Culinary Arts, William Angliss Institute works with industry leaders to develop innovative training solutions that meets the needs of today's industry, including membership and affiliation with a range of Australian and international industry and educational organisations.
In 2007, 96.3% of William Angliss Institute graduates found work, or went on to further study within six months of completing their course (National Centre for Vocational Education Research - Student Outcomes Survey 2007). This success rate is approximately 7% greater than the State and National average for all vocational, education and training providers.
In the future William Angliss Institute seeks to contribute to the advancement of the industries in which it works by developing highly skilled employees and encouraging innovation.