William Angliss Institute

Teaching and Assessment


 The Institute is open from Monday to Saturday. Some excursions may be conducted over the weekend for tourism courses and training may also occur over weekends for some courses. Most timetables require attendance at least three days each week. The Institute is open for classes between 8.00am and 10.00pm each weekday, although most of your classes will be held during daytime hours. Some food and beverage and cookery classes run in the evenings, as training restaurants are open to the public for evening service.


More than 350 staff in teaching, management, administrative and support roles ensure that you will receive the very best in tuition and support services. Industry specialists are also contracted as sessional teachers to ensure that you are exposed to current industry trends. The Institute encourages and provides ongoing relevant opportunities for the professional development of its staff and also monitors their performance.

Teacher Qualifications and Experience

Institute teachers have been recruited and assessed in accordance with the AQTF standards established by the Department of Education, Employment and Workplace Relations for a Registered Training Organisation. All teaching staff are required to have industry experience as well as teaching qualification such as the Certificate IV in Training and Assessment. Teaching staff for Bachelor programs possess post-graduate qualifications relevant to their area such as a Masters Degree (or equivalent).

Teaching Methods

Teachers utilise a variety of training methods that may include one or more of the following approaches:

  • classroom delivery
  • lecture theatre delivery
  • specialist classroom delivery includes training kitchens, training restaurants, computerised reservation and information systems, commercial conference centre, wine sensory centre, food technology laboratories and other specialist facilities, including spas and marinas
  • online delivery distance learning work-based learning mixed mode –refers to a combination of two or more
  • of these modes.

The Institute may conduct no more than 25% of international students’ total course by distance learning and/or online learning and must not enrol international students exclusively in distance or online learning units in any semester.


The Institute’s assessment procedures comply with the principles of validity, reliability, fairness and flexibility. The assessment will be equitable for all students, taking into account their cultural and linguistic needs. The successful completion of a course requires demonstration of competency to workplace standard in all units of that course.

A range of assessment practices is used by staff to assess competency for courses, including:

  • practical demonstrations
  • practical demonstrations in simulated work conditions
  • problem solving
  • documents/folios
  • critical incident reports
  • journals
  • oral presentations
  • interviews
  • videos
  • visuals/slides/audio tapes
  • case studies
  • log books
  • projects
  • group projects
  • group discussions
  • examinations.

Level of Qualifications

The AQF qualifications in TAFE are based on nationally endorsed units of competency developed by relevant industry groups. These units identify the skills and knowledge required to work in a specific job or occupation. The qualifications are specified in terms of learning outcomes identified as a set of competencies and may accommodate a variety of pathways to each qualification. The AQF qualifications in universities are knowledge-based rather than competency-based. Refer to the table on page 12 for training and career outcomes.

Contact us

 phone  Phone 1300 ANGLISS or +613 9606 2111

mail  Enquire online

global  International Phone +613 9606 2169

global  International Email international@angliss.edu.au