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Freedom of Information – Part II Statement
Agencies are required to publish lists of documents and information in accordance with Part II of the Freedom of Information Act 1982 (FOI Act).
A Part II Information Statement contains information relating to types of documents held by the agency, what the agency does and how a person can access the information they require.
Statement 1 – Organisation and functions
William Angliss Institute (the Institute) is the Government endorsed specialist training provider for the foods, tourism, hospitality and events industries, delivering a range of courses within Australia and internationally. With around 18,000 students enrolling each year, the Institute offers a broad range of training and education programs including accredited traineeships and apprenticeships, certificates, diplomas and advanced diplomas, short courses, graduate certificates and degrees.
More information about the Institute can be found on the "About" section of the Institute's website at http://www.angliss.edu.au/about.
Statement 2 – Categories of Documents
The Institute generates and manages large amounts of documented information, which can be paper-based or electronic. These documents may include:
- Policies and procedures
- Curriculum materials
- Staff and student records
- Course guides
- Brochures and marketing materials
- Staff and student guides
- Internal working documents
- Reports, briefing and minutes
The bulk of information relevant to stakeholders and the public can be found on the Institute's website at www.angliss.edu.au.
Statement 3 – FOI Arrangements
General information may be sought via the Institute 'Information Centre', which can assist with general enquiries and requests for information regarding courses and offerings of the Institute:
William Angliss Institute – Information Centre
Telephone: 1300 ANGLISS
Where information cannot be obtained via the website or Information Centre, a Freedom of Information (FOI) application may be formally lodged. Formal applications to request access to information must be made under the FOI Act and in writing to:
The Freedom of Information Officer
William Angliss Institute
555 La Trobe Street
Melbourne VIC 3000
Or via email firstname.lastname@example.org
Applications should state that the request is made under the FOI Act, describe the document/information in enough detail to allow the Institute to identify and find the relevant document/information and provide contact details for the correspondence.
The Freedom of Information Officer will consider all applications and release or withhold information based on the FOI Act.
An application fee and charge may apply in accordance with the Victorian Freedom of Information (Access Charges) Regulations 2014. Potential applicants are advised to check the fees at http://www.foi.vic.gov.au/home/costs/ to understand the costs that they may incur regarding an FOI application.
Statement 4 – Publications
The Institute publishes a number of publications which can be viewed or accessed by the public. These include:
- Annual reports
- Course Guides
- Policy and guidance material
- Scholarly Profiles
- Marketing material and newsletters
The easiest way to view the Institute's publications is by visiting the Institute's website, especially the 'Publications' page under the 'About' section.
Statement 5 – Rules, Policies and Procedures
The Institute has many policies which provide guidance and compliance on a range of matters. Policies which may be relevant to students and the public can be found on the website by utilising the 'search' function.
Statement 6 – Report Literature