Apprenticeships and Traineeships (QLD)
Industry Apprenticeships QLD
William Angliss Institute is a leading expert in the foods, hospitality, tourism, and events experience industries.
The Angliss Industry Based Apprenticeships and Traineeships program in Queensland is designed to encourage businesses to employ staff or train existing staff in new skills.
By choosing to train with Angliss your staff will get the very best from our food and hospitality trade experts who are specialists in their chosen field.
Skill Builder Program
Angliss Short Courses have been developed for apprentices and trainees to build skills towards a full industry qualification.
There are three levels of Skill Builder courses:
- Frontline staff
Skill Builder courses are available in these areas:
- Customer service
- Food Safety
- Leadership & Communication
- Quality & Innovation
- Team Building
- Work Health & Safety
User Choice program
If you're an apprentice or trainee in QLD you could be eligible for a public funding contribution towards your training.
To find out if you are eligible contact the QLD office for further details on 07 3822 9801.
Apprenticeships and traineeships combine training with working. Apprentices and trainees complete a nationally recognised qualification while learning valuable skills at work and under the guidance of a training organisation.
For more information regarding Apprenticeships and Traineeships visit QLD Training.
If you are a parent or guardian visit QLD Training for parents and guardians.
For more information on opportunities for Indigenous apprentices or trainees visit our Indigenous Opportunities page.
Flexibility of Delivery
We currently have available a flexible training delivery method which allows students to access their training 24/7 from any location. Online training can be back up by hard copy manuals, dependant on the needs of the student [please be aware that hard copy resources may incur additional fees].
We are also able to offer workplace training and face to face delivery and assessment and where possible will meet with students either in the workplace or at a convenient location of their choice.
Fees and Charges
Fees and charges are dependant on the qualification and training stream chosen (please see below for costings) – however we are always happy to work with students and employers to ensure costs are kept to a minimum.
We are also able to offer full payment or pay as you go options – dependant on the financial circumstances.
Funding is available for certain qualifications, please contact our office if you would like to know more about the benefits and what is suitable for your business.
Recognition of Prior Learning
Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) involves a formal recognition of the skills and knowledge that you have gained through previous studies, work and life experiences. Candidates for RPL may be awarded full or part qualifications on the basis of RPL assessment.
William Angliss Institute will formally assess your existing skills and knowledge so that previous studies, work and/or life experiences can count towards all or part of your qualification and shorten the period of training. As part of the assessment we may take into account the following:
- Work-related training courses
- On-the-job skills and work experience
- Volunteer and community work
- A combination of all of the above
To apply you will need to submit your resume and academic transcript of results electronically to the RPL coordinator for your relevant program area. You will then be advised if you are eligible for RPL and advised of the costs involved. You will receive customised information from the RPL coordinator. You will gather your evidence into an electronic portfolio format. You will submit your portfolio electronically then a final interview assessment decision is made.
Students with previous, qualifications or Statements of attainment from other institutes conducting nationally recognised training may be eligible for subject credits. Students receive credit transfers for units completed that are identical to units within your William Angliss Institute course.
Teacher Qualifications and Experience
William Angliss Institute teachers have been recruited and assessed in accordance with the ASQA standards established by the Australian Government authorities for an RTO.
Certification - Issuing Qualifications and Statements of Attainment
Upon demonstration of all of the competencies required within your course, students will be issued with the qualification for which you have enrolled.
A Statement of Attainment is issued in cases where there is partial completion of a qualification. Achievements recognised by a Statement of Attainment can accumulate towards a qualification within the Australian Qualifications.