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May 13, 2020
Why study Patisserie at William Angliss Institute @ SLIIT?
We William Angliss Institute @ SLIIT, are situated in Malabe/SLIIT and we are Sri Lanka's most modern and prestigious hospitality academy, partnered with the William Angliss Institute, Australia. Who is a premier Specialist Education center for Hospitality, Tourism, Culinary Arts and Event Management in the world.
William Angliss Institute - AUSTRALIA, is a part of the Victorian Government, education sector and has been delivering education for the past 80 years and is ranked #1 in Australia/ South East Asia and rated third globally as the best education provider for Hospitality, Tourism, Culinary Arts & Event Management.
In addition, WAI has partnerships/ affiliations with institutes in China, Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand, Vietnam and Sri Lanka.
Here, we began offering Hospitality Management Programs in Colombo, Sri Lanka in early 2012 and to date we have enrolled 1000+ students and 30+ international students.
Hospitality and Tourism is one of the fastest growing industries throughout the world and WAI graduates can expect to fill one of 30 million top jobs and career paths with hospitality organizations. Graduates with a William Angliss Institute, Australia qualification have a 96% JOB SUCCESS RATE globally.
We currently offer only up to the "Advanced Diploma" Qualification and the final awarding body will be from William Angliss Institute -AUSTRALIA.
After Diploma or Advanced Diploma, students may continue further studies with the degree programs offered by William Angliss Institute delivered in Melbourne.
This specialist course offers the opportunity to learn unique skills of professional gateaux, pastries and restaurant desserts. Specialized units include petit fours, pastries, breads and artisan skills of chocolate and sugar decorations.
Course Admission Requirements
Minimum Entry Requirement is 5 O/L passes including English. Can apply with pending O/L & A/L results.
May & September
Mode of Delivery
Teachers utilize a variety of training methods that may include one or more of the following approaches;
For all practical sessions irrespective of whether it is Cookery/Patisserie, students are required to wear the appropriate uniform as directed by your teacher. Footwear must include black stockings or socks and black closed-in shoes. (Once again directed by the teacher).
Where dress required for class is not of a professional standard (dirty or un pressed), students will be excluded from participation.
Accreditation of Our Programs
Developed by Australian Skills Quality Authority (ASQA) and conceptualized by William Angliss Institute.
Students have the opportunity to apply for a work placement, giving them valuable industry experience.
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