William Angliss Institute

Hot Cross Buns an Easter sensation

William Angliss Institute Patisserie and Bakery students produced more than 4860 Hot Cross Buns for the annual industry and student Bun Day morning teas.

600 buns were donated to the Royal Children’s Hospital Pied Pipers Good Friday volunteers, with a further $150 donated to the Angliss Patisserie Hong Kong study tour. 

“This is a great way for Angliss students to learn the process, including making the dough, allowing it to rise, cutting it to shape, ‘crossing’, baking and glazing,” patisserie and bakery program leader Angela Tsimiklis said.

Nearly 70 industry guests and Institute partners enjoyed the freshly made Hot Cross Buns, and coffee was prepared by the Institute’s Coffee Academy students.

The finished buns have a reputation for being exceptional quality as a handmade product by our students and are available for pre-order in the weeks leading up to Easter each year through the Institute’s Bakeshop which is open daily during semester.

Students learn and support homeless community

More than 60 students from William Angliss Institute’s Youth Learning department joined Hospitality Employment and Training (HEAT) students with Executive chef Arnold Greiner to serve a three course lunch to 150 homeless members of the community  at Luna Park.

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2017 Higher education mentoring program launched

The William Angliss Institute Faculty of Higher Education Mentoring Program was launched on 3 April.

 

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Longest Lunch gives students chance to shine

More than 80 William Angliss Institute students and staff helped work alongside the Melbourne Food and Wine Festival (MFWF) to provide events, cookery and food and beverage support for the World’s Longest Lunch.

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Angliss graduate scales the heights at Hotel Grand Chancellor

After graduating with a Diploma of Events, Clare McMennemin’s career is moving from strength to strength. As a conference sales executive at the Hotel Grand Chancellor in Melbourne city, Clare’s responsibilities encompass event enquiries, proposals and the full scope of project management.

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