Bachelor of Wine Science - yes, it's true!
CSU’s presence in the wine industry is significant, with over 1,000 graduates of our wine and viticulture courses now occupying positions in the Australian and international wine industries.
Some graduates find employment as winemakers in corporate businesses while others operate highly successful small to medium businesses – a diversity of opportunity that reflects the comprehensive foundation of knowledge and skills provided at CSU. Other career opportunities include research roles in the wine, brewing and food processing industries.
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Milk Texturing and Coffee Art
This is an advanced course, it is recommended that participants have completed Advanced Espresso, with some work experience in a commercial environment or have extensive industry experience up to 6 months working as a barista.
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William Angliss Institute is accepting enrolments for a midyear intake for Commercial Cookery, Patisserie and Hospitality Management, so why wait any longer to pursue your passion?
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ICC Sydney supporting diversity and inclusion
The events and hospitality industry is fortunate in being very diverse across a number of streams, and ICC Sydney will continue to support all backgrounds and celebrate their successes.
Puff Pastry short courses at William Angliss
In this hands on, comprehensive class learn how to master the intricate art of lamination to create, and perfect, puff pastry.
Taralga's Tahlia Collins wins Apprentice of the Year
Young Goulburn woman Tahlia Collins has just won the TAFE NSW Illawarra Apprentice of the Year.