Use Hygienic Practices For Food Safety

Starts: 23 August, 2017

Please select a session to attend:

 

SITXFSA101 Use Hygienic Practices For Food Safety

(Basic Food handling Course)

Cost: $100 

(All September - December courses will be held at the Borough Club, High st, Eaglehawk)

 

Course dates for September 2017:

16th Sept (10am-3pm)- At the Borough Club  

20th Sept (5pm-10pm)  - At the Borough Club   - BOOKED OUT

Course dates for October 2017:

17th Oct (9am-2pm) - At the Borough Club  - BOOKED OUT

28th Oct (10am-3pm)  - At the Borough Club 

Course dates for November 2017:

18th Nov (10am-3pm)  - At the Borough Club

22nd Nov (5pm-10pm)  - At the Borough Club  

28th Nov (9am-2pm) - At the Borough Club

Course dates for December 2017:

5th Dec (5pm-10pm)  - At the Borough Club

12th Dec (9am-2pm)  - At the Borough Club


 


QTEC – Quality Training and Education Centre offer this nationally accredited training program. It is suitable for people already working in the hospitality industry or those seeking employment in the hospitality industry.

This course deals with the skills and knowledge required to use personal hygiene practices to prevent contamination of food that might cause food-borne illnesses. It requires the ability to follow predetermined organisational procedures and to identify and control food hazards.

The program is conducted at the Bendigo Stadium, one of regional Australia’s prime sporting, gaming and hospitality complexes. This is a unique opportunity to learn in a real hospitality environment as well as gaining a nationally recognised certificate.

Key topics covered:
• following hygiene procedures and identifying food hazards
• reporting personal health issues
• preventing food contamination
• washing hands to prevent cross contamination

At the completion of the course participants will be required to complete both a written and a practical assessment. Upon successful completion the participant will receive a nationally recognised Statement of Attainment.

Assessment
At the completion of the course participants will be required to complete both a written assessment and a practical assessment. Upon successful completion the participant will receive a nationally recognised Statement of Attainment.

Dress code:

Because time is spent in the kitchen, it is essential that participants are suitably attired. You are expected to wear neat black attire with covered in shoes. 

Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL)
Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) is available for this unit. Refer to the Student Information page for further details about RPL.
The cost of RPL is the same as if you enrolled in and completed the unit.

 

* Training courses GST exempt
* Concession available

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