Short Courses

Learn with the specialist centre for foods, tourism, hospitality and events.

Duration

7 hours

Schedule

The dates for these Food Safety Supervisors course are at the reopened Lilydale campus.

Prerequisites

Food Handlers (FH)– Hospitality Sector

Please note: A good understanding of written and spoken English is required to undertake this course.

What You Learn

Roles and responsibilities of a Food Safety Supervisor.

Understand how the food safety processes work as a whole in a business and the steps you need to undertake to ensure food is handled safely at all times.

How to supervise food handling in the business and make sure it is done safely.

What You Get

The skills and knowledge to recognise prevent and alleviate hazards associated with food handling and the ability and authority to supervise other people handling food at your premises and ensure that it is done safely.

A Nationally Recognised Statement of Attainment for the unit of competencies 'SITXFSA101 - Use hygienic practices for food safety' and ‘SITXFSA201 – Participate in safe food handling practices’.

Materials to Bring

Pen.

Photo Identification (ie. drivers license, passport, etc).

USI Number http://www.usi.gov.au/Pages/default.aspx

Dress Code

Participants are advised to wear flat, enclosed, rubber soled shoes for comfort and safety. To ensure food safety procedures are followed, long hair should be tied back and all unnecessary jewellery removed.

Every food business is required to have a food safety supervisor. This intensive one-day course includes visits to food operations sites as part of the assessment and provides supervisors in hospitality businesses with the required certification, 'Participate in safe food handling practices' (SITXFSA201), for the role of Food Safety Supervisor.

Please note: Food Handlers Course (SITXFSA101) is a compulsory prerequisite for this course. Copy of certificate/s containing the code SITXFSA101 are required as proof of previous training. Certificates without this code are not acceptable.

Please note: A good understanding of written and spoken English is required to undertake this course.