Start your career the food safe way
The food sector is an exciting and growing industry to work in - at home and abroad.
If you’re considering a career in the food industry, having an understanding of food safety is vital.
This isn’t just the law. You must be confident that your actions don't make your customers sick - or worse.
Food safety training is required for every food job
Everyone who works with food needs to complete training. Not just people who work in hospitality - it applies to food workers in all kinds of businesses that handle food, such as:
- Cafes, restaurants and takeaways
- Hotels and motels
- Bars, pubs and clubs
- Event and conferences centres
- Casinos and gaming venues
- Market stalls
- Convenience stores
- Service stations
- Groceries, butchers, delis and bakeries
- Food based charity organisations
- Catering businesses
- Hospitals or hospices
- Child care or aged care facilities
- School canteens or tuckshops
- Food processing facilities
- Canneries, milleries or breweries
- Food delivery or storage services
Which food safety course do I need to do?
The training you need will depend on the type of job you want. The two main courses to choose from are:
Be job ready for your food career
Get trained as a Food Handler
At a minimum, complete the Food Handler training course so that you have the skills you need to work with food safely.
Get trained as a Food Safety Supervisor
To boost your chances of finding a job, consider a Food Safety Supervisor course that offers extra skills and knowledge.
Do compliance-guaranteed training
AIFS food safety training is approved to meet all federal, state and local government legislation.
Check your food sector
Food Safety Supervisor training is sector-specific. Be sure to do the right course for the sector you want to work in.
NSW Food Authority approved
Obtain your NSW Food Authority certificate when you complete the official AIFS Food Safety Supervisor course.
Once employed, be sure to keep your food safety skills up-to-date through AIFS Membership and regular refresher training.