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Food Safety Supervisor course

QCCS 2015085 (2)

The Food Safety Supervisor training for Health and Community Services is formed from training units from the nationally accredited Health training package (HLT07).

AIECS Food Safety Supervisor certificate is designed to provide students with an advanced knowledge of how to carry our Food Safety Supervisor responsibilities in the Health and Community sector areas.
Organisations that serve food to vulnerable people are in the health and community sector. Businesses such as hospitals, early childhood services, nursing homes, hostels and Meals on Wheels services.
These units describe the skills and knowledge to:
• To comply with personal hygiene, maintain food safety, and contributes to cleanliness of food handling areas and dispose of food.
• Monitor and control food safety hazards and respond to non-conformance as required.
• Supervise the day to day implementation of the food safety program across the entire business, process or food handling areas.


Career Opportunities

Completion of these units of competencies will provide the student with the elements to gain employment or meet the employment requirements for working as the nominated Food Supervisor.  This course is for people working in the Health and Community Services industry jobs like:

  • Childcare workers
  • Childcare cooks
  • Aged Care chefs/facilities
  • Disability services staff
  • Meals on wheels staff
  • Hospital catering staff
  • Hostel catering staff


Units of Competency

  1. HLTFSE001 Follow basic food safety practices
  2. HLTFSE007 Oversee the day-to-day implementation of food safety in the workplace
  3. HLTFSE005 Apply and monitor food safety requreiments

Duration
Self-paced means you can fit study in with your lifestyle. There are 3 units in the course, and they must be completed in order. You have three months to complete your food safety supervisors certificate.

We deliver this course as a full day Food Safety Workshop at our college campus – contact College Admin for dates and prices.  Ph:3801 3962 or Email: admin@aiecs.com.au

To attend our full day Food Safety Workshop, attendees must be existing Child Care Workers currently working in the industry.

Morning tea and Lunch are supplied at our full-day workshops.  Students must have a USI number to attend this workshop – https://www.usi.gov.au/students/create-your-usi

Workshop Dates –

Tuesday 20th February 2018 – Shailer Park, Brisbane

Monday 21st May 2018 – Shailer Park, Brisbane

Units of Competency

Compulsory

This unit of competency describes the skills and knowledge required for basic food safety practices including personal hygiene, conduct when working in a food service environment, basic pest control requirements and basic food disposal requirements.

It describes the most basic level of competence required by any person in any industry who directly handles food

This unit of competency describes the skills and knowledge required to supervise the day-to-day implementation of the food safety program across the entire business, process or food handling area. It also involves supporting others to implement the requirements of the food safety plan.

This unit of competency describes the skills and knowledge required monitor and control food safety hazards and respond to non-conformance as required by the food safety program.

Elective