- Published: 27 March 2014
The Hook and the Cook combines fishing and cooking seafood in a new way with the crew travelling to a new destination every episode.
Originally from the United Kingdom, Paul moved to Australia with his Australian wife in 1990 and so began his love affair with seafood.
In addition to his work at William Angliss Institute, Paul co-owns multi-award winning restaurant Fratelli Del Mare at Cronulla Beach, NSW.
Catch The Hook and the Cook every Sunday from 11:00am on 7 TWO.
See a sample of the Hook and the Cook below.
- Published: 26 March 2014
William Angliss Institute and Compass Group, Australia's market leader in catering and support services, wish to congratulate the 22 graduates from South Australia who officially completed their qualifications last week as part of the long-running partnership between the two organisations.
The graduates, Compass employees from the Medirest, Scholarest and Eurest Operations, completed the following programs:
- Certificate III in Hospitality
- Certificate IV in Hospitality
- Diploma of Management
- Certificate IV in Frontline Management
For more information about the industry training programs offered across Australia by William Angliss Institute, visit our Industry page.
- Published: 25 March 2014
Partners William Angliss Institute, Voyages Indigenous Tourism Australia and the Indigenous Land Corporation (ILC) are pleased to congratulate the 34 Indigenous trainees who recently completed their training through the National Indigenous Training Academy (NITA) based at Voyages Ayers Rock Resort in the Northern Territory.
William Angliss Institute trainers delivered the following programs to the graduates:
- Certificate II in Hospitality
- Certificate III in Hospitality
- Certificcate III in Tourism
- Certificate II in Horticulture
William Angliss Institute CEO Nicholas Hunt was present at the ceremony and presented the two recipients of the William Angliss Institute Trainee Award Kayleen Pickles and John Marshall with their awards.
The Ayers Rock Resort Program is currently in its third year and since commencing has seen 130 trainees go through the program.
For more information on William Angliss Institute's Indigenous initiatives across Australia, visit our Indigenous page.
- Published: 24 March 2014
Restaurant & Catering Australia (R&CA) in collaboration with William Angliss Institute is set to welcome even more students on the pathway to success with the new Certificate III in Commercial Cookery. The new program enables students the opportunity to become a trade qualified cook while employed in a commercial kitchen environment one year less than the traditional pathway. As part of the recently launched Skills Pathways project, the initiative aims to make apprenticeship more attractive to those aspiring to enter the industry, increase the quality of apprentices and up skill chefs and supervisors.
The $7 million project, which has been co-funded by the Australian Government’s Accelerated Australian Apprenticeships initiative, is based on competency rather than time. Restaurant & Catering CEO John Hart observed that apprenticeship is the most effective training pathway particularly for young people entering the hospitality industry. He noted that ‘the on and off the job learning provides the most ‘job-ready’ graduates’. “The Skills Pathways project supports William Angliss Institute hospitality apprentices, cooks and chefs in completing their training and progressing their careers. "Australia has a very good reputation in this industry and skills gained can be transferred to any part of the world - in fact they are sought after”, said Mr Hart.
The Institute expects the Certificate lll in Commercial Cookery to be very successful with up to 115 apprenticeships available in Victoria.
“As Restaurant & Catering’s preferred training partner, we’re looking forward to working together to monitor the progress of our apprentices and mentor them through their learning,” said Mark Agius, Manager – Centre for Food Trades and Culinary Arts, William Angliss Institute.
“We offer a range of support services to students on campus but for apprentices who undergo a lot of their training in the workplace, the Skills Pathways will improve engagement and give them the chance to fully benefit from all our trainers have to offer.”
Skills Pathways Ambassador Dan Hong is confident in the program to help increase the number of apprentices currently working in his Merivale kitchens, with only two among his 40 employees. “The Skills Pathways program has all the ingredients for the perfect recipe - I wish I had this sort of support when I was completing my apprenticeship”, said Mr Hong.
The program is supported by the Discover Hospitality website, which is the first online recruitment platform where users can store their electronic CV and supporting information in a free, convenient and secure ‘Skills Passport’. Employers can track an employee’s training and career achievements on the website, which helps connect them with apprentices and chefs. Those interested in any of the Skills Pathways are encouraged to register their interest at www.discoverhospitality.com.
Watch the introductory video below.
- Published: 20 March 2014
William Angliss Institute's International team will be visiting international student education exhibitions (expos) in March across the Philippines, South Korea, Vietnam and also here in Sydney.
Keep an eye on our Meet Us page for regular updates.
For more information about studying at William Angliss Institute as an international student, visit our International page or contact:
T: (03) 9606 2169