Food Handlers

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About the course

A set of skills to equip individuals for work in food handling to ensure food safety.

Food Handlers – Hospitality Sector

Designed for people involved in food preparation, this course provides basic hygiene principles for all food handlers. Learn about correct storage temperatures, dealing with ‘danger’ foods, personal hygiene, cleaning food preparation areas and pest control. This course is accredited as ‘Use hygienic practices for food safety’ (SITXFSA001)

Please note: A good understanding of written and spoken English is required to undertake this course.

What you Learn

You will have below skills after successful completion of this course.

  • Understand the obligations of food handlers under current legislation.
  • Learn the correct ways of food handling and storage.
  • Identify potential hygiene risks.
  • Implement correct methods of cleaning and sanitising.
  • Maintain correct standards of personal hygiene for food handlers.
  • Reduce the risk of food-borne illness (food poisoning).

The skills and knowledge that will help to ensure you meet your legal obligations under the Food Safety Standards and serve food that is free of hygiene hazards and safe for your customers to consume.
A Nationally Recognised Statement of Attainment for the unit of competency ‘SITXFSA001 – Use hygienic practices for food safety’.

USI Number. Apply here


Photo identification (i.e. – driver’s license or passport etc)

  • Bars, Clubs and Pubs
  • Casinos and Gaming Venues
  • Hotels and Resorts
  • Café and Coffee Shops
  • Event & Conference Centre
  • Transport and Distribution Centres


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