Industry Training - Hospitality and Business
Angliss is a leader in the hospitality and foods sector and enjoys strong connections to the foods industry.
When staff train in an industry approved and recognised course they can add more value to your business.
Available qualifications vary by location, so please contact us for more information, using the enquiry form below.
Traineeships are a great way to combine practical work with on-the-job training. This is a valuable, relevant and nationally recognised way for staff to get a qualification and has many benefits for employers.
Traineeships and courses available in:
- SIT30616 - Certificate III in Hospitality
- SIT40416 - Certificate IV in Hospitality
- BSB40520 - Certificate IV in Leadership
- BSB51918 – Diploma in Leadership & Management
- SIT50416 – Diploma of Hospitality Management
Units are available separately, clustered or as a full qualification.
Pathways into further study such as the Bachelor of Tourism and Hospitality Management are available to students on completion.
What is a Skill Set?
A skill set is a nationally recognised cluster of units of competency that are combined to meet industry needs.
Skill Set training
As an employer you can customise a specific skill set for your staff that suits your workplace. Training is available in:
- Managing staff
- Induction programs
- RSA, hygiene and basic compliance
- Customer service
- Frontline management
- Food & beverage service
- Housekeeping & front of house
- Barista training
- Kitchen operations
- Front of house operations systems (Opera)
Angliss short courses can provide industry professionals with an opportunity to upskill or learn something new.
For more information on Hospitality and Business Traineeships enquire below:
JOBTRAINER FUNDED COURSES
The priority course list includes 10 courses at William Angliss Institute including on-campus delivery, traineeships, apprenticeships and pathways to further education.
Free priority courses were selected based on the occupations prioritised as the most in-demand by employers, which means in industries where there are likely to be more jobs.See available courses