William Angliss Institute is Australia’s largest specialist centre for foods, tourism, hospitality and events training. The Institute operates nationally and internationally, delivering industry focused training from half day programs through to four year degrees, from traditional pub hospitality to five star customer service, from campus to youth programs, to the work place and to remote sites.
Within our specialisations, the Institute offers a full complement of programs from VCAL and VET in Schools through Certificate, Diploma, Graduate Certificate and Degree programs. The Institute is delivering training in every State and Territory in Australia.
The Institute continues to develop program offerings internationally. Four partnerships in China, one partnership in Sri Lanka and a Tourism Continuing Education & Training (CET) Centre in Singapore support an international delivery platform. The Institute continues to conduct off-shore project development work with industry, governments and development-aid agencies.
The leading educational provider of Australian hospitality, tourism, foods and culinary arts knowledge and expertise locally, nationally and internationally.
To deliver the highest quality specialist skills and education to inspire, empower and develop people passionately devoted to being service industry professionals, leaders and innovators.
|Personal Responsibility||accountable, responsive, with integrity, respect and impartiality and acknowledging human rights|
|Inspiration||passionate, stimulating, optimistic|
|Empowerment||nurturing, encouragement and challenging|
|Community||sharing, partnership and connections|
|Expertise||leadership, innovation and industry practice|
2020 Strategic Priorities
In November 2010 the William Angliss Institute Board endorsed the Institute’s strategic priorities to guide the Institute’s development over the next 10 years.
These priorities are:
- Enhanced program flexibility.
- Broadening our scope, integration and specialisations.
- Developing and expanding international partnerships.
- Developing a national operating network.
- Becoming a recognised part of higher education.
- Developing an applied research capability
- Investment in facilities and infrastructure.