Food Handler's Certificate
A food safety handler’s course is:
- Suitable for anyone wishing to learn the basics of food safety
- This course provides a first step for all staff working or intending on working with food
In Australia all food handling businesses are required to ensure they deliver safe food to the consumer. They must ensure they comply with strict food safety regulations and it’s important that you learn what your food handling obligations are in a nationally accredited food handling course.
What kind of industry requires Food Handlers Certified employees?
All food business owners in Victoria must ensure their staff members have the skills and knowledge required to safely handle food in their roles. Many food businesses will need to nominate a food safety supervisor to make sure of this.
The following industries require a Certified Food Handler:
- Food Processing
- Community Services
- Transport and Distribution
Options of Training:
FACE TO FACE:
Course Duration: 1:00pm – 5:00pm
Course Location: TBA
Course Cost: $75.00 (for R&C Members) or $100.00 (non members)
You will be assessed at the end of the course by a fully qualified trainer with current industry experience.
In-House training in your own businesses can also be arranged. Minimum of 10 and Maximum of 15 participants per session again please contact the training department on 1300 722 878.
The Food Handler’s Course will issue the participant with a Statement of Attainment for the unit: SITXOHS002A: Follow Workplace Hygiene Procedures
On obtaining this Statement of Attainment (SITXOHS002A), the participant can further his/her studies with the unit SITXFSA001A Implement Food Safety Procedures to obtain the certificate Food Safety Supervisor.
Required documents for enrolment
Language, Literacy and Numeracy
Training Statutory Declaration
Residency consent form
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