Apprenticeships and Traineeships
To work in the experience industry, it’s your experience that counts. When you combine practical work placements with study at Angliss, you get a head start in a career you’re passionate about.
Apprenticeships and traineeships are excellent pathways to employment, and allow you to have the work experience that can give you a head start while also giving you the technical skills you learn through study.
As an apprentice, you’ll be mentored and trained by industry-leading professionals. Our teachers and trainers care about your development and know what it takes to succeed. As part of your learning, you’ll get in-depth training and support that sets you up for success in your chosen trade.
Traineeships are a way to gain a recognised qualification while you work and extend your skills. Traineeships are usually in non-trade areas and can vary in length.
Certificate III in Baking (FBP30521)
Take up the challenge of and apprenticeship that covers bread, cake and pastry making, building a complete set of stills that will lead to a wide range of career opportunities.
Certificate III in Bread Baking (FBP30421)
Gain well-developed skills in the fundamentals of commercial and artisan bread production with on-site training combined with on-the-job training as an apprentice.
Certificate III in Cake and Pastry (FBP30321)
This apprenticeship will develop core skills across a range of fundamental cake and pastry competencies, taught on-site and with on-the-job learning.
Certificate III in Meat Processing Retail Butcher (AMP30815)
This apprenticeship program includes block release and on-the-job training designed to provide you with highly developed skills to work in the meat retail industry.
Certificate III in Patisserie (SIT31021)
A patisserie traineeship allows you to learn the fundamental skills and knowledge with on-site training at your workplace while also gaining on-the-job experience.
Certificate IV in Patisserie (SIT40721)
Your patisserie traineeship offers our expert training at your workplace coupled with ongoing work experience to put your skills into practice as you learn.
Certificate III in Meat Processing - Small Goods General (AMP30916)
This traineeship program includes predominantly on-the-job training with specialised subjects for on campus training designed to provide you with highly developed skills to work in the small goods retail industry.
Certificate III in Meat Processing - Small Goods Manufacture (AMP31016)
The Certificate III Meat- Small Goods Manufacture qualification will provide you with the essential tools and knowledge to work in a small goods manufacturing environment.
Certificate III in Catering Operations (SIT30916)
A course specifically designed for Australia's growing longevity aged care industry, the Certificate III in Catering Operations is for individuals in the industry looking to upskill or who are looking for a reliable vocation with family-friendly hours.
Work your way up to rewarding career options
For decades, many Australian skilled trade professionals, including chefs, have been entering their working life through an apprenticeship or traineeship.
Learning on-the-job skills while working in the trade, the apprentice or trainee gains a valuable combination of practical experience and qualifications.
If you want to start working, earning and learning, explore your opportunities for an apprenticeship or traineeship through Angliss.
William Angliss Institute also offers a range of industry based apprenticeships and traineeships from our offices in Queensland, Western Australia and South Australia/Northern Territory. You'll find more information about these opportunities below.