Employment outcomes for Angliss hotel students
Angliss International Hotel School students are going from strength to strength with more than half of the students who completed their hotel placement gaining part-time or full-time employment by December in the year of their course.
Ninety-seven per cent of AIHS students completed a work placement in 2016 which is a key feature of the Diploma of Hospitality, giving students valuable hands-on experience.
These placements took place in second semester across a range of hotels throughout Melbourne including the Hyatt hotels, the Westin, Hilton, Crown Promenade and The Como Melbourne.
“ We are thrilled with these outcomes as we want to see our students out working in industry which is the goal of the specialised training and the placement opportunities,” AIHS co-ordinator Ms Melissa Jennings said.
Students have access to personalised careers support to help them gain skills in managing their careers and in gaining employment.
The program offers a Diploma of Hospitality which is delivered over 12 months and focuses on developing students’ skills in hotel management.
The course features an exclusive Masterclass series in the provision of luxury services delivered by industry experts, which included whisky expertise, floristry and luxury sales skills.
In 2016 students travelled to Singapore to undertake a tour of its world-leading hotels and there will be a similar opportunity to participate in an international study tour in 2017.
After completing the Diploma, students qualify for guaranteed entry into the second year of any William Angliss Institute Bachelor Degree programs, including the Bachelor of Tourism and Hospitality Management and the new Bachelor of Resort and Hotel Management. The Bachelor of Resort and Hotel Management perfectly complements Angliss International Hotel School and will help students prepare for an exciting career in one of the fastest growing industries in Asia Pacific, the international resorts and hotel industry.