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NSW Food Safety Supervisor units SITXFSA001 & SITXFSA002

 
 
To be the Food Safety Supervisor in NSW  you need to complete two units:
 
1.  SITXFSA001 - Use hygienic practices for food safety (Level 1)
2.  SITXFSA002 - Participate in safe food handling practices (Level 2)
 
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  • SITXFSA201 - Participate in safe food handling practices (Level 2)
- See more at: http://www.cftqld.com.au/courses/Retail%20and%20Hospitality#sthash.1NeyVmDp.dpuf
  • SITXFSA101 - Use hyienic practices for food safety (Level 1)
  • SITXFSA201 - Participate in safe food handling practices (Level 2)
- See more at: http://www.cftqld.com.au/courses/Retail%20and%20Hospitality#sthash.1NeyVmDp.dpuf

NSW Students:  NSW requires a Food Safety Supervisor with a certificate authorised by the NSW Food Authority. You can complete this combined course (and receive the nationally-recognised qualification). Included in the cost of $245 is the cost of your NSW Food Authority certificate. 

 Level 1 -  Use hygienic practices for food safety covers personal hygiene practices apply to all personnel operating at all levels within hospitality service industries, such as kitchen hands, cooks, chefs, catering staff, food and beverage attendants, housekeeping and laundry staff, sandwich hands, café and fast food outlet cooking crew, and sales people and owner-operators of small business catering operations or retail food outlets.  Also suitable for water carriers and bulk food distribution centres.

 Level 2 - Participate in safe food handling practices is for any commercial catering and retail venues where food is stored, prepared, displayed, served and disposed of. It applies to venues that operate a permanent or temporary kitchen or smaller food preparation area, including restaurants, cafes, clubs, hotels, attractions, events and conference venues, fast food restaurants, retail food outlets such as sandwich shops and food court outlets, water carriers and bulk food distribution centres and It would apply to tour operators involved in the preparation and service of food at temporary sites.

Safe food handling practices are based on policies and procedures outlined in an organisation food safety program. The program and its procedures are based on the hazard analysis and critical control points (HACCP) method.

How you will be assessed:

The Food Safety Supervisor NSW course is broken into 2 parts:

Part 1- There is a set of online multiple choice questions at the end of each section to test your knowledge.

Part 2- Portfolio of Evidence.
There are some things we can’t see you doing through your computer – such as washing your hands. That’s why we need you to ask somebody that you work with or someone who works in the food industry to complete a skills observation report.

Your NSW Food Authority certificate will be mailed to you within 7 days.  Please ensure your postal details are correct.

CFT is required to provide personal information to the NSW Food Authority to issue the NSW Food Authority’s Food Safety Supervisor Certificate.

All training is delivered by CFT International RTO #21120.

 

Pre-enrolment Information

Before you begin your training with CFT here is some information on our courses, fees and charges and CFT policies and procedures , this information is available in our
Student Information Handbook and the CFT Policy. 

On completion, successful participants will receive a Statement of Attainment with the relevant nationally-recognised Hospitality codes and a NSW Food Authority certificate

This training is available online, by correspondence or onsite for groups.
  
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Price: $245.00