Food Safety is divided into two main certification tracks, and the units covered in each one of them differ based on the industry:
I- Food Handler:
a- Hospitality: SITXFSA001 – Use Hygienic Practices for Food Safety
b- Food Processing: FBPFSY1001 – Follow Work Procedures to Maintain Food Safety
c- Health & Community: HLTFSE001 – Follow Basic Food Safety Practices
II- Food Safety Supervisor:
a- Hospitality: SITXFSA001 – Use Hygienic Practices for Food Safety + SITXFSA002 – Participate in Safe Food Handling Practices
b- Retail: SIRRFSA001 – Handle Food Safely in a Retail Environment
c- Food Processing: FBPFSY1001 – Follow Work Procedures to Maintain Food Safety + FBPFSY2001 – Implement the Food Safety Program and Procedures
d- Health & Community: HLTFSE001 – Follow Basic Food Safety Practices + HLTFSE005 – Apply and Monitor Food Safety Requirements + HLTFSE007 – Oversee the Day-to-Day Implementation of Food Safety in the Workplace
e- Transport & Distribution: SITXFSA001 – Use Hygienic Practices for Food Safety + SITXFSA002 – Participate in Safe Food Handling Practices
For Food Handler:
· 7 Online Lessons, 2 Case Studies, a Reading Activity and an Observer Report
· Approximately 4hrs to Complete Learning + 20mins for Observer Report
At the start of the Food Safety Supervisor course, students will be asked to Select the Industry they require. NSW students will only have the choice of Retail and Hospitality.
Online via AIFS
Enrolment fee: N/A
Material fee: N/A
– $99.95 for Food Handler course (all states)
– $199.95 for all states except NSW. $229.95 for Food Safety Supervisor certification in NSW.
Recognition of Prior Learning is a process through which various forms of evidence of learning (formal and informal) is collected and benchmarked against the requirements of the units of competency that make up a qualification.
At Future Academy, the process starts with an interview of the candidate in order to determine his/her eligibility for RPL. Afterwards, with the assistance of a qualified trainer and assessor, the candidate works on gathering all the necessary pieces of evidence as set about in the qualification’s RPL kit.
For more information on the RPL process, please contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org or 1300 827 188.
Before starting your course, you will be required in certain situations to sit for a LLN test. It is not a pass or fail test, it is designed to find out if you will be needing any special assistance before or during your studies in order to make the best out of your enrolment with us.