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AMES students learn hospitality skills

27 April 20150 comments
AMES students practising silver service at William Angliss Institute.

AMES students practising silver service at William Angliss Institute.

​Footscray AMES Hospitality Class had its first session at William Angliss Institute (WAI) on Tuesday 14 April.

Students started the day with a tour of their new campus, followed by lunch in the Observation Restaurant.

Fellow hospitality students run the restaurant, which provides real life experience in everything from cooking to silver service.

After lunch, trainer Lou Ellory began the WAI component of the course in Food Handling and Hygiene, which will provide students with a Food Handlers Certificate.

During the new course students will learn barista skills, baking and patisserie skills along with training in restaurant and food services.

The course will end with students serving lunch to the public and selected guests.

For more information on this story, contact Jenny Leahy on: 99384031.