Frequently Asked Questions

Get answers to your questions with the Australian Institute of Food Safety's Frequently Asked Questions section.

What is a statement of attainment?

Statements of attainment are documents (like a certificate) that show the units of competency that a student completes as part of a nationally recognised course. Unfortunately, we can’t call them certificates because ‘certificates’ are a different type of qualification in vocational training. Sorry, we know this is a little confusing!

Your statement of attainment will be professionally printed and sent to you in a graduation pack, along with a printed display certificate that lists the name of the course you completed. For those students who complete the NSW Food Safety Supervisor course, you will also receive the NSW Food Authority Food Safety Supervisor certificate.

You may wish to use the units of competency attained through this training towards a further qualification such as a qualification in Hospitality. Please feel free to contact us if you would like details of how you can further your training in this way.