The course that gets accepted.
The Official AIFS Food Safety Supervisor course is nationally recognised, ensuring that you meet all your food safety training legal obligations.
Approved and accepted by every council in every state and for every industry. Don't risk your business, enrol today.
The Australian Institute of Food Safety
AIFS is Australia's leading provider of food safety education and training.
Each year we help thousands of Australian organisations protect their customers and maintain food safety compliance.
As a Not for Profit Organisation dedicated to the promotion of better food safety practices within Australia, the Australian Institute of Food Safety Foundation has a mandate to educate the public.
In addition to training, the AIFS Foundation helps to inform and educate the food industry and general public on the benefits of sound food safety practices.
Nationally Recognised Training
Learn more about Food Safety Courses
Our Food Safety Supervisor (standard and recertification) and Food Handler courses are:
- nationally recognised
- accepted by Health Inspectors
- food safety audit compliant
When you complete an official AIFS course, you comply with all state and federal legislation for food safety training.
Most AIFS courses can be completed online in just a few hours and include complimentary AIFS membership.
Learn more about AIFS Membership
With AIFS Membership, you get the food safety tools you need to protect your business and customers from food-borne illness. These include:
- 'how-to' guides, posters, fact sheets, checklists and more
- food recalls, newsletters and important updates
- widely recognised food safety signage
How to become an AIFS Member
Our Food Safety Supervisor, Food Handler and NSW Recertification courses come with a complimentary 12-month AIFS Membership. Membership can also be purchased on its own, click here to learn more.
Trusted and recommended by the Australian Food Industry
AIFS in the Community
The AIFS Foundation tackles food-related issues throughout Australia.
Our team are dedicated to reducing the number of people with food-borne illnesses and helping the vulnerable in our community who suffer from hunger.
Working towards better food safety
We believe that educating food workers and the general public is key to reducing the number of food-borne illness incidents in Australia.
That's why we provide hundreds of free resources and promote food safety through the media and other channels.
Helping OzHarvest feed those in need
For every Food Safety Supervisor course enrolment, we'll help to feed two people in need in partnership with OzHarvest. For every Food Handler enrolment, we'll help to feed one person.
Our team work closely with OzHarvest and volunteer regularly to help collect, prepare and distribute food to vulnerable people in our community.
Photo Credit: OzHarvest CEO CookOff 2016