Introduction to Food Safety Course
Getting the basics right early is important for workers starting out in the food industry. This user-friendly course will teach food workers all the skills and knowledge that they need to prepare and handle food safely. The lessons are jam-packed full of useful information and hints and tips, and provide a good grounding of what legal responsibilities are involved in handling and serving food.
Unlike the other courses on the AIFS website, this course is 100% online. There is no requirement for a Supervisor Report which means that it is also suitable for those who wish to start a career in the food industry but who do not have access to a commercial kitchen for practical assessments.
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Who is this course suitable for?
This course is suitable for those starting out in the food industry who need to learn the basics.
Many food businesses choose this course to ensure that their staff are trained at a low-cost. Individuals choose the course to develop a foundation skill level to help them up onto the career ladder.
If you'd like to talk to one of our friendly team about whether this course is suitable for you, please call us on 1300 797 020 or Click here to email us.
What you'll learn
Our Introduction to Food Safety training is broken down into small, manageable sections each designed to further your understanding of food safety in the workplace.
Food Safety Laws & Responsibilities
Learn about food safety laws in Australia at a national, state and local level. Understand the legal responsibilities you will have in the workplace as a Food Handler.
Understanding Food Safety
Develop an in-depth understanding about food poisoning - what causes it and the dangers involved. We'll also take a look at the risks and symptoms of food poisoning and intolerances.
Maintaining a Clean Workplace
Cleaning and sanitising techniques, pest control, waste disposal, waste minimisation and reporting requirements are all covered in the Introduction to Food Safety course.
Excellent personal hygiene is essential for food handlers. In this course, we'll explore requirements for clothing, behaviour, reporting illness, hand washing and moving around the workplace.
Learning that meets your needs
At AIFS, we understand that every student learns differently and we want to help to meet your training needs. That's why we offer our students both online and classroom based training.
At the Australian Institute of Food Safety we believe that online learning should be fun, engaging and effective. With that in mind, we have developed our online courses to maximise the learning outcomes for our students.
Our courses are broken down into small, manageable sections which comprise of presentations, interactive tasks and quick quizzes - all designed to improve learning and keep students interested.
What's more, you don't even need to sit at a computer or laptop to complete the course. By using the latest eLearning technologies, our courses now work on most mobile tablet devices.
At AIFS, we understand that online training doesn't suit everybody and that some people simply learn better in a more traditional classroom based environment. We are pleased to offer training to meet these needs.
We can arrange training to be delivered at your workplace, or at a classroom local to your business location, and we have qualified professional Food Safety trainers to deliver this.
If you would like more information about our classroom based training, why not call us on 1300 797 020 or Click here to send us an email.