Australian College of Training is a provider for HACCP Risk Management courses in Australia. This program can be complete by attending a 2 day workshop here or arranged in your workplace plus accompanying workplace learning and assessment. Full completion of the program will take approximately 2 week due to workplace project requirements.
HACCP is a world (WHO) recognised system established to manage food safety, in all food handling, processing, production and high risk operations and to comply with the relevant legislation and codes of practice.
This program provides the skills and knowledge required to:
- Maintain and monitor food safety responsibilities in all food handling, production and processing operations; and
Participate in the development and review of a HACCP-based food safety program.
This program is applicable to all levels of personnel working in food service, food production/packaging, food transport, catering, child care, aged care, hospitals, regulatory environments & quality assurance/control. A minimum of 3 months experience of working in a agri-food, food processing or food preparation is required for enrolment.
HACCP Risk Management Program which consists of:
A two day workshop plus workplace project and assessment which on successful completion will lead to a statement of attainment in the following units of competency:
- FBPFSY3002 Participate in a HACCP team
Our HACCP workshops are highly regarded and attended by regulators and employees of the food and meat processing industries and are essential for compliance to food legislation and practices.
National Recognition and Accreditation
Participants will receive a Nationally Recognised Statement of Attainment on successful assessment and determination of competency.
Courses are conducted regularly throughout the year. Contact us now to inquire or register. Customised workshops can also be arranged for specific industry needs.
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