The Food Handling Certificate (Level 2) course is designed for people who’ve already undertaken Level 1 training. Completing this Level 2 course, in conjunction with the training you would have already undertaken when completing Level 1, ensures you have everything you need to be recognised as a qualified Food Safety Supervisor.
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The Food Handling Certificate Course (Level 2) is designed for those who have already completed their Food Handling Certificate (Level 1) and are wanting to progress to become a Food Safety Supervisor.
For many food businesses in Australia it is a legal requirement that Food Safety Supervisors are employed for each venue the business operates. This course, whilst designed to help you meet this legal requirement, more importantly equips you with critical knowledge and skills to recognise, prevent and alleviate the hazards associated with food handling in your workplace.
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If you’ve already completed Level 1 Food Handling & have a valid Statement of Attainment to prove such – don’t repeat what you’ve already done! Fastrack your progression towards becoming a Food Safety Supervisor by simply taking the Food Handling Certificate (Level 2) course and you can be recognised and employed as a Food Safety Supervisor.
Food Safety Skills
This course will help you effectively implement, monitor & supervise a food safety program in your workplace to ensure you stay compliant with the Food Standards Code. This course is ideal if you work in a business who want to register you as their Food Safety Supervisor or you’re a food worker who wants to develop new skills that could help qualify you for a promotion. Training covers food safety laws + responsibilities, personal hygiene, how to identify food safety hazards and how to monitor + control food safety.
The Units of Competency you undertake in your Food Handler Certificate (Level 2) course are fully accredited and upon completion you’ll receive a Statement of Attainment valid across all of Australia. Your Statement of Attainment can also be used to obtain credit towards a Certificate or Diploma qualification.
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TIP: If you haven’t already completed your Food Handling Certificate (Level 1) and are looking to become a Food Safety Supervisor in your workplace, you should instead enrol in our Food Safety Supervisor (Level 1 & 2) course.
For many food businesses in Australia it is a legal requirement that they nominate at least one Food Safety Supervisor for each venue the business operates. Completing this Food Safety Supervisor Certificate course, ensures you have everything you need to be recognised as a qualified Food Safety Supervisor. There are no prerequisites for this course and as soon as you enrol, you will have instant access to the course.
The Food Handling Certificate (Level 2) course covers the following:
Food Safety Laws and Guidelines
Learn about laws and regulations that cover food safety in Australia such as the Australia New Zealand Food Standard and food safety programs.
Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Points (HACCP)
Learn to analyse food safety hazards, implement and monitor methods and take corrective action to ensure food safety.
Maintaining a Clean Workplace
Understand cleaning, sanitising and maintenance requirements to ensure food handling areas are safe. This includes pest control, waste management, food disposal and equipment maintenance.
The assessment for the Food Handling Certificate (Level 2) includes:
1. Watch Videos & Reading
Each section has videos and reading material you’ll have to digest to learn the critical aspects of Food Handling and so that you can achieve 100% in your quizzes.
At the end of each section you’ll need to undertake a multiple choice quiz. Once you have scored 100% you will be able to progress. You have up to five attempts at each quiz.
3. Case Studies
The case studies are to confirm you can apply what you’ve learnt to a real-life, practical situation. You’ll need to review the Case Study ahead of answering a series of questions about the best way to handle the scenario.
4. 3rd Party Verification
To attain these Nationally Recognised units of competency you need to be observed practicing food safety skills e.g. washing your hands. Such an observation isn’t possible via Online training, that’s why we need you to ask somebody that you work with (present or past) or someone who works in the food industry to complete this 3rd Party Verification form about tasks they’ve seen you doing.
The Food Handling Certificate (Level 2) course is applicable to Food Handlers working in many industries and when paired with your previous completion of Level 1, will help you meet the requirements of a Food Safety Supervisor. Redmako Learning offers this Certificate for the Hospitality and the Health & Community Services industry. The units of competency vary between these 2 industries – so at enrolment you’ll be asked to nominate the industry applicable to you.
Redmako Learning offers this Certificate for the Hospitality (e.g. Restaurants, cafes, catering, pubs, clubs, etc) industry and the Health & Community Services industry (e.g. Childcare, Aged Care & Hospitals). The units of competency vary between these 2 industries – so at enrolment you’ll be asked to nominate the industry applicable to you.
Health & Community Services
e.g. Restaurants, cafes, catering, pubs, clubs, etc
e.g. Childcare, Aged Care, Hospitals, etc
SITXFSA002 Participate in safe food handling practices
HLTFSE005 Apply and monitor food safety requirements
The NSW Food Authority requires NSW hospitality & retail food service business operators/staff to undertake their training with specific Registered Training Organisations. If you are in NSW and working in hospitality or retail, please consult this list for a provider who can assist you. Alternatively, if you’re in NSW and wanting to undertake training for the Health & Community Services industry (e.g. Childcare, Aged Care & Hospitals) – please proceed to Enrol with Redmako Learning where you’ll be invited to nominate this industry.
Maybe. If you’ve already undertaken your Food Handler Certificate (Level 1), then yes, this is the course you’ll need to complete. The units of competency featured on your statement of attainment when you finish this course are what you’ll need to present to the relevant body to support your food business license. If you have NOT already completed your Food Handler Certificate (Level 1) then you should instead complete our Food Safety Supervisor Course.
To work through the learner guides & complete the required assessment, takes most people around three to four hours to complete + getting a 3rd Party Verification Report completed.
A Food Handler is anyone that handles, prepares or serves food as part of their job, who under Australian law must be trained in food safety. Food Safety Supervisors are often a legal requirement of a food business license and these Supervisors are required to have undertaken more comprehensive food safety training than Food Handlers.
These units of competency are ‘Nationally recognised’ which means they have to adhere to standards, rules and regulations that govern the Vocational Education & Training (VET) industry. Such standards include how training organisations assess students undertaking Food Safety training – including the need to be observed practicing food safety skills. Such an observation isn’t possible via Online training and so Redmako Learning have determined the simplest way is to provide you with a 3rd Party Verification Report so that you can ask someone within your workplace to confirm they’ve observed you.
Our assessors work full-time Monday to Friday and regularly assess within hours of students completing the course, however you should allow 1-2 business days for your Statement of Attainment to be received via email.
Whether you need support with Enrolment, aspects of the learning or you have a challenge with Assessment – we’re here to help! Contact us to discuss your individual needs.
A Unique Student Identifier (USI) is required by all students undertaking Nationally recognised training in Australia – it’s issued by the Government and enables a central record of any training you undertake. Certificates & Statement of Attainments can’t be issued without the USI being provided. If you don’t already have a USI number, you can apply for one by going to https://www.usi.gov.au/your-usi/create-usi
As an International Student you’re only allowed to study with a CRICOS institution, which unfortunately Redmako Learning is not. Please check the Australian Government registry to find an institution who can help you https://cricos.education.gov.au/