Course consists of the following four classes:
Food Handlers (Hospitality Sector) - Tuesday 19 April 9.00am - 4.00pm (on campus)
Responsible Service of Alcohol - Wednesday 20 April 9.30am - 4.00pm (on campus)
ABC of Espresso Making - Thursday 21 April 9.30am - 1.00pm (on campus)
Food & Beverage Service - Thursday 21 April 2.00pm - 5.00pm (on campus)
What You Learn
Participate in practical activities and skills sets.
Gain experience in practical café and restaurant settings.
Basic food and beverage service skills required for employment in Hospitality.
What You Get
A Nationally Recognised Statement of Attainment for the unit of competency 'SITXFSA001 - Use hygienic practices for food safety'.
Certificate of participation for ABC Espresso Making and Food and Beverage Service.
Employment opportunity through the Australian Hotel Association- AHA (VIC) & Tourism Accommodation Australia- TAA
Accredited Victorian RSA Certificate
Materials to Bring
Photo Identification (ie. drivers license, passport, etc).
It is recommended that participants wear soft soled flat, enclosed, shoes and clean comfortable clothing. Long hair should be tied up.
William Angliss Institute are offering a four class program that gives you compliance skills and knowledge to work in the hospitality industry.
This program covers beginners food and beverage service skills, coffee skills, food handler certificate and RSA certificates required for employment in hospitality.
Participants will be required to partake in hands on activities and skills sets and will gain practical experience in bar, café and restaurant settings, along with the required knowledge for future hospitality work.
The program includes:
- Responsible Service of Alcohol - Monday 21 March 9.30am - 4.00pm (on campus)
- Food Handlers (Hopsitality Sector) - Tuesday 22 March 9.00am - 4.00pm (on campus)
- ABC of Espresso Making - Wednesday 23 March 9.30am - 1.00pm (on campus)
- Food & Beverage Service - Wednesday 23 March 2.00pm - 6.00pm (on campus)
This course is recommended for the following:
- For those who want basic hospitality skills
- Students of a discipline other than hospitality
- Others seeking basic skills to enter a hospitality workplace
Upon successful completion of the program you will be issued with the following certification:
- Responsible Service of Alcohol (VGCCC) Certificate and William Angliss statement of attainment (SITHFAB002)
- Food Handlers - Hospitality Sector accredited certificate
- ABC of Espresso certificate of participation
- Food and Beverage Service certificate of participation
We wish to advise that it is a condition of entry to the campus that all participants be fully vaccinated.
Currently there is only one point of entry to the campus – this is our main reception located at 555 La Trobe Street.
A staff member will meet you at reception to show you to your classroom.
Upon arrival the following will be required of all individuals:
QR code login or manual login
Show proof of double vaccine (vaccine certificate)
Our café is open to purchase coffee, snacks and lunch.