Making people smile and opportunities to travel the world is what awaits graduates of foods, tourism, hospitality and events training specialist centre William Angliss Institute.
Widely known as the place to start a career as a chef, travel agent, hotelier, or event pro, the Institute opens its doors to budding students, friends and families on Open Day, Sunday 25 August, 10am-4pm, with a showcase of career pathways to dream jobs such as these.
Celebrity guests include:
- Karen Martini (Restaurant: Mr Wolf, TV: My Kitchen Rules, Better Homes & Gardens)
- Adrian Richardson (Restaurant: La Luna Bistro, TV:Good Chef/Bad Chef, Ready Steady Cook)
- Alice Zaslavsky (TV: MasterChef Australia and Kitchen Whiz)
With spa treatments from Resort Management students, cooking demonstrations and food giveaways, visitors to the 555 La Trobe Street Campus will have the opportunity to talk with trainers and students to help them decide which exciting vocation is right for them.
“Our Open Day is an opportunity to share all the great things our Institute has to offer and show why over 21,900 students enrolled to study with William Angliss Institute last year. With world-class industry standard training facilities, fun and interactive student services, support networks, specialist trainers and industry links, we support and nurture students throughout their qualifications and into their careers,” said Nicholas Hunt, CEO of William Angliss Institute.
“We welcome everybody to come along and see why we have a global reputation as a specialist centre and offer a world of opportunities to our graduates.”
As well as workshops and interactive displays, information sessions throughout the day provide a fascinating insight into the Foods, Tourism, Hospitality, Resort Management, and Events courses and industries. Specialist staff will be on hand to answer questions whilst current students will be conducting informative tours around the campus.
Whether you’re a prospective student or just have an interest in the foods, tourism or hospitality, there’s something for everyone at the William Angliss Institute Open Day.