The William Angliss Institute is an industry leader when it comes to developing world-class travel and tourism graduates, and its resort training is no exception.
Travel is an incredibly diverse, exciting industry to work in, and resorts are one very special component of this area. The growth of the online travel resources means the resort market is now more competitive than ever, and if you want to set yourself apart from the rest you'll need a high quality education from a superior institute.
Our resort training in Melbourne allows students to gain specialised industry training and qualifications tailored to particular areas of the industry, including alpine, dive and water recreation. We pride ourselves on honing the skillsets of our students, as well as providing practical, real-world training, allowing them to hit the ground running in their chosen careers upon graduating. You'll benefit from superb on-site facilities and industry partnerships that provide unique insight into the world of resort management.
Start with a Diploma of Holiday Parks and Resorts then specialise in one of the three areas mentioned below:
Turn your love of the water into a full-time career by combining your resort management qualification with a Certificate III in Outdoor Recreation (Water Recreation). Your studies will see you undertaking a huge range of activities, training and study, preparing you to lead and guide water activities including snorkelling, boating, and kayaking, plus a variety of water sports and beach and resort activities.
This course includes plenty of practical sessions, and can also cover an international study trip and a Yachting Victoria Industry Certificate. Course units include boating, water rescue, sustainability, environmental studies, first aid and plenty of other interesting - and useful - areas of study.
Aspiring Diving Instructors can combine their resort management courses with a Certificate III in Outdoor Recreation (Dive) for a career that has endless potential all over the world. As well as receiving advanced dive training, students also get a Scuba Schools International (SSI) dive qualification. Practical sessions and subjects which cover open water diving through to Open Water SCUBA Instructor training. Various specialties such as night, navigation and deep diver specialty courses will develop skills to make you job-ready on graduation. On top of all that, this course also includes and international study trip. Course units include customer service, dive rescue, first aid, occupation health, water rescue and more. On completion, students are qualified as an open water SCUBA instructor.
Specialise in alpine summer and winter activities when you undertake a resort management qualification. You can complete guide-level training in a diverse range of subjects, including snowboarding and skiing, tours, mountain biking and bush walking. This range of disciplines allows students to have year-round career prospects no matter the season.
The qualification is nationally recognised and can take graduates all over the world - including during an interstate or international study trip whilst studying. Course units include accommodation services, customer service, sustainability and the aforementioned sporting pursuits.