Coronavirus (COVID-19) update

William Angliss Institute Singapore continues to carefully monitor the COVID-19 situation in Singapore and any related impact to our staff, students and campus.

Latest update - December 2021 - Singapore Campus

Our Singapore campus continues to deliver our classes using online technology and William Angliss Institute's own e-learning systems. Our classes are delivered in real time, and our Trainers are present in all classes. Our campus does remain open however (although with reduced staffing), and we continue to support students who may need to attend campus due to practical training requirements or if they require technical assistance to join our online classes.

In line with the Singapore Government's recent guidance through Singapore's Stabilisation and Transition Phases, William Angliss Institute remains committed to following all Safe Management Measures for the protection of our students, staff and visitors to our campus. Sound entry requirements, safe distancing and online classes will minimise risk to our students and staff when on campus.

Please connect with us for clarification on any of our Safe Management Measures.



William Angliss Institute is committed to supporting the return of a healthy Tourism & Hospitality Industry in Singapore. We encourage organisations to contact us in relation to their training needs while navigating the 'new normal' ready for tourism to return to Singapore. Training opportunities exist for face-to-face or online delivery of a vast array of short courses, to strengthen your team's knowledge and skills.



Students are asked to regularly check their email and social messaging groups for the latest Angliss updates. All students can contact our campus by phone or email for further advice. Phone +65-66379855 Email



Our Institute continues to follow the expert advice of the Ministry of Health, Ministry of Education and SkillsFuture Singapore in relation to COVID-19.

The following government resources are being updated regularly and we recommend you check them for the latest public information.