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New hotel diploma gives training edge

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A new Diploma of Hospitality Management delivered by William Angliss Institute in partnership with the AccorHotels Group in Sydney will give students valuable hands-on experience when seeking employment opportunities.

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William Angliss Institute partners with AccorHotels for hospitality diploma

Photo: Deidre Stein, William Angliss Institute manager training NSW/ACT, and Edward Pearce, Pullman Sydney Hyde Park regional talent and culture manager

Photo: Deidre Stein, William Angliss Institute manager training NSW/ACT, and Edward Pearce, Pullman Sydney Hyde Park regional talent and culture manager

A key feature of the program is an industry placement with premier hotel partner AccorHotels which offers students hospitality training with a hotel management focus.

The program is targeted for anyone who is interested in working within the field of hospitality and specifically hotel management and includes a full term of industry placement with the Institute’s hotel partner AccorHotels.

“With enrolments underway for February 2017 intake, students will be selected via interview and once commenced will enjoy extra preparation and mentoring to achieve great results. During their placement, students will be exposed to all areas of the hotel which will enable them to make informed choices for their future career,” said William Angliss Institute manager training NSW/ACT Deidre Stein.

Some of the venues for placement include Ibis World Square, Mercure Sydney Airport, Novotel/Ibis Darling Harbour Sofitel Sydney Wentworth and Pullman Sydney Hyde Park.

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