William Angliss Institute

International Student Expos - March

International Student Expo

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:

International Team
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Peerless Foods and William Angliss Institute partnership

William Angliss Institute, together with Peerless Foods are pleased to announce the Australian oil company’s sponsorship of the Institute’s Centre for Food Trades and Culinary Arts.
As the largest, privately owned manufacturer and supplier of premium edible oils, fats and margarines in Australia, Peerless Foods has been appointed the sole provider of frying and culinary oils used within the Centre.

Oils from Peerless Foods were selected due to the impressive reputation of its Aussie-made products. Those nominated from the outstanding Peerless portfolio include high-performance Formula 40 Deep Frying Oil together with premium quality Pura Canola Oil and Pura Olive Oil for culinary purposes.

When announcing the sponsorship, Manager of the William Angliss Institute Centre for Food Trades and Culinary Arts, Mark Agius, commented:
“To maintain our place as Australia’s leading specialist training provider for the foods, tourism and hospitality industries, we at William Angliss are most particular about the products we use, whether they be for application in cookery, patisserie or food science and technology.

“We seek only those of the highest standard and this is why we have chosen Peerless oils. By example, Formula 40 is a particularly outstanding frying oil. This premium quality oil not only demonstrates longevity but also results in the enhancement of natural food flavours and aromas,” Mark said.

Peerless Foods Marketing Manager, Cheryl Lauk highlighted the fact that Formula 40 is the preferred frying oil among chefs from some of Australia’s best restaurants. She also made reference to the synergy between the brands of the two entities. 

“We believe this sponsorship is exceptionally complementary as it highlights both the longevity and reputation for quality in our respective specialised fields. 

“While for 70 years William Angliss has been the leading specialist training provider for the foods, tourism and hospitality industries in Australia, for a similar period, Peerless Foods has delivered premium oils and fats to Australian foodservice professionals and supported them with education about usage. 

“Our William Angliss Institute partnership enables us to build awareness of Peerless’s quality range of oils among the future stars of the foodservice industry and, through additional attributes of our sponsorship, assist them to achieve their career ambitions,” said Cheryl.

Incorporated into the partnership with the Institute’s Centre for Food Trades and Culinary Arts is a range of educational opportunities, a highlight of which is The William Angliss/ Peerless Foods Award for Excellence. 

Available to Level 3 Apprentice and non-Apprentice students, this scholarship allows Peerless Foods to encourage the academic achievement of the Centre’s students and assist the recipient to accomplish his or her career ambitions.

Learn a few tips from our experts in the following short video produced as part of the Peerless Foods/William Angliss Institute partnership.

For more information about sponsorship and William Angliss Institute partners, visit our Sponsorship page.

Melbourne Food and Wine Festival Begins for Staff and Students

The start of the Melbourne Food and Wine Festival marks the beginning of a very busy time at William Angliss Institute for students are staff.

Students will be involved in several events at the Festival including:

  • The Homeless World’s Longest Lunch on 28 February in conjunction with the HEAT (Hospitality Employment And Training) initiative for disadvantaged youth. The lunch is a gourmet 3-course meal for those affected by homelessness
  • The World’s Longest Lunch also on 28 February is a sold-out event held at Alexandra Park where 1,500 guests enjoy a 3-course meal prepared by some of Victoria’s best chefs. The amazing opportunity for our students is that they gain experience working with top chefs and on a world-class event. Students from several of our course areas have the opportunity to apply for these roles.
  • The Institute is running our own event again at the 2014 Melbourne Food and Wine Festival on 13 March. At Cooking Sustainable Seafood our experts will demonstrate everything a home-cook needs to know about cooking sustainable seafood! For tickets, visit www.angliss.edu.au/mfwf

Read more: Melbourne Food and Wine Festival Begins for Staff and Students

History project reflects on over 70 years of William Angliss Institute

William Angliss Institute's Oral History Project preserves the Melbourne icon's unique history.

For three years, William Angliss Institute's Special Collections Unit recorded memories of former students and staff as part of the Institute's Oral History Project.

Read more: History project reflects on over 70 years of William Angliss Institute

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