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  1. Safe food handling at school events

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    If you are planning an event at your school involving food, there is a lot to think about and consider.   To make it easier, this training steps you through 10 key actions you need to complete prior to your event.

    Topics include:

    • Planning
    • Safe food handling
    • Food safety action plan for events

     

    This workshop is available online, please contact us for details.  Email – [email protected]

  2. Safe Food Handling for Aged Care Settings

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    We all know the frail elderly are a high risk group for food poisoning and if a food poisoning outbreak occurs the outcomes for the elderly can be fatal. Ensure you are accreditation ready and your residents stay safe from food borne illness.  Get your staff up to speed with their safe food handling knowledge and skills with NAQ Nutrition’s interactive and practical workshop.

    The workshop  explores basic food hygiene principles, safe temperature and storage control and the development of key skills to prevent  food contamination. The workshop is a positive step forward in ensuring your staff are well skilled and confident in their ability to provide safe food for residents at your aged care facility.

  3. Safe Food Handling in Early Years Settings

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    Did you know that young children are at a high risk of food poisoning and consequences can be very severe?

    This session provides participants with the skills and knowledge to identify and control bacteria to ensure children’s food is safe for for them to eat.

    Topics include:

    • Controlling bacteria

    • Food safety hazards

    • Maintaining personal hygiene

    • Keeping the food environment clean

    • Food safety at all stages:

      • Storage

      • Preparation

      • Serving

      • Consumption

    • Hygiene policy

    • Mini food safety appraisal

    This session is specifically designed for educators and kitchen staff in early childhood settings that either provide food for children or where parents provide food.

     

    A perfect way to demonstrate  in your quality improvement plan that staff have adequate food safety knowledge.

  4. Safe Food Handling at OSHC

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    Did you know that children are at a high risk of food poisoning and consequences can be very severe?

    This session provides participants with the skills and knowledge to identify and control bacteria to ensure children’s food is safe for them to eat.

    Topics include:

    • Controlling bacteria
    • Food safety hazards
    • Maintaining personal hygiene
    • Keeping the food environment clean
    • Food Safety at all stages:
      • Storage
      • Preparation
      • Serving
      • Consumption
    • Hygiene policy

    Includes Mini Food Safety Appraisal at  your OSHC setting.

    This session is specifically designed for educators and kitchen staff in OSHC settings that provide food for children.

    A perfect way to demonstrate staff have adequate food safety knowledge in your quality improvement plan.

  5. Safe food handling for tuckshops & canteens

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    This interactive 1 – 1.5 hour workshop for tuckshop or canteen staff and volunteers covers all of the basics.

    Topics include:

    • Basic food hygiene principles
    • Safe food storage and temperature control
    • Cooling and reheating food
    • Preventing food contamination

    This workshop is great step towards ensuring your tuckshop or canteen maintains best practice food safety standards. All attendees at our Safe Food Handling workshops receive a Certificate of attendance.

     

    This workshop is available online, please contact us for details.  Email – [email protected]

  6. Food Safety Supervisor Course for Retail & Hospitality

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    We offer face to face food safety supervisor courses.

    Our Food Safety Supervisor Course for tuckshops and canteens:

    • Meets the requirements of Nationally Recognised Training
    • Prepares Food Safety Supervisors to supervise and oversee day to day operations and to prevent and recognise food safety hazards
    • Is specifically designed for those working in school tuckshops and sports club canteens

    Participants who successfully complete this course should be able to:

    • Implement safe food handling practices in the canteen/ tuckshop.
    • Identify potential food safety hazards in the canteen/ tuckshop.
    • Manage strategies to prevent, control and eliminate food safety hazards in the canteen/ tuckshop.
    • Monitor food safety practices in the canteen/ tuckshop.

     

    Our course is designed for those working in tuckshop and canteen settings. Topics include:

    • Legislation requirements
    • Food safety principles
    • Identifying and controlling hazards
    • Applying corrective actions
    • Monitoring
    • Food safety programs

     

    We provide opportunities for students to complete the course and all assessment in one day at face-to-face training, with no take home assignments. 

     

    RTO Number: 110074

  7. Food safety supervisor course for tuckshops & canteens

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    We offer face to face food safety supervisor courses.

    Our Food Safety Supervisor Course for tuckshops and canteens:

    • Meets the requirements of Nationally Recognised Training
    • Prepares Food Safety Supervisors to supervise and oversee day to day operations and to prevent and recognise food safety hazards
    • Is specifically designed for those working in school tuckshops and sports club canteens

    Participants who successfully complete this course should be able to:

    • Implement safe food handling practices in the canteen/ tuckshop.
    • Identify potential food safety hazards in the canteen/ tuckshop.
    • Manage strategies to prevent, control and eliminate food safety hazards in the canteen/ tuckshop.
    • Monitor food safety practices in the canteen/ tuckshop.

     

    Our course is designed for those working in tuckshop and canteen settings. Topics include:

    • Legislation requirements
    • Food safety principles
    • Identifying and controlling hazards
    • Applying corrective actions
    • Monitoring
    • Food safety programs

     

    We provide opportunities for students to complete the course and all assessment in one day at face-to-face training, with no take home assignments. 

     

    RTO Number: 110074

     

  8. Food Safety Supervisor Course for Early Years Settings

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    We offer  face to face food safety supervisor courses.  Our courses include industry specific content and are designed with the needs of our students in mind.

    Our Food Safety Supervisor course:

    • Meets the requirements of Nationally Recognised Training
    • Prepares Food Safety Supervisors to supervise and oversee day to day operations and to prevent and recognise food safety hazards
    • Specifically designed for those working with vulnerable populations

     

    We provide opportunities for students to complete the course and all assessment in one day at face-to-face training, with no take home assignments. 

     

    Participants who successfully complete this course should be able to:

    • Implement safe food handling practices in their early years or OSHC setting.
    • Identify potential food safety hazards at their early years or OSHC setting.
    • Manage strategies to prevent, control  and eliminate food safety hazards.
    • Monitor food safety practices.

     

    Student enrolment fact sheet

    Unique student identifiers (USI)

     

    RTO Number: 110074

  9. Food Safety Supervisor Course for Aged Care Settings

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    We offer face to face food safety supervisor courses.  Our courses include industry specific content and are designed with the needs of our students in mind.

    Our Food Safety Supervisor course:

    • Meets the requirements of Nationally Recognised Training
    • Prepares Food Safety Supervisors to supervise and oversee day to day
    • operations and to prevent and recognise food safety hazards
    • Specifically designed for those working with vulnerable populations

     

    We provide opportunities for students to complete the course and all assessment in one day at face-to-face training, with no take home assignments. 

     

    Participants who successfully complete this course should be able to:

    • Implement safe food handling practices in their aged care setting.
    • Identify potential food safety hazards at their aged care setting.
    • Manage strategies to prevent, control  and eliminate food safety hazards.
    • Monitor food safety practices.

     

    RTO Number: 110074