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Angliss named finalist in Victorian Training Awards

William Angliss Institute is a finalist in the Large Training Provider category of the 67th Victorian Training Awards.

Minister for Training and Skills Gayle Tierney announced the finalists and said this year’s event would acknowledge the resilience and innovation of the sector amid the ongoing challenges of the pandemic.

The Victorian Training Awards “recognise and celebrate the outstanding achievements of individuals, employers and training providers in Victoria’s TAFE and training sector”. The category of Large Training Provider of the Year recognises “a training provider that offers a broad range of products and services and demonstrates excellence and high level performance in all aspects of the TAFE and training sector”.

In 2020 William Angliss Institute was in a unique position with campuses in China and Singapore to be well prepared and able to adapt more readily to remote access delivery as circumstances required. 

The Institute continued to demonstrate delivery excellence in training and support services for students, partners and the people of Victoria.

As a result in 2021, the Institute continues to support its staff and students and the wider community with a full complement of programs from VCAL and VET in schools through short courses, apprenticeships, traineeships and certificates to graduate certificates, diplomas and bachelors and masters degrees under the Australian Qualifications Framework.

In addition to excellence in vocational education and training, the award recognises a commitment to students and staff, as well as strong partnerships with industry. From strategic planning to delivery, the Institute puts students at the forefront of decision making. As Australia’s largest specialised training provider for the foods, tourism, hospitality and events industries, it links with leaders for exclusive opportunities and to ensure students are equipped with the skills needed for the varied career opportunities available.