Food Handling & Seminars
Council runs several food handlers' courses throughout the year.
These courses prove valuable to people currently employed, or seeking employment in the food industry in the Hawkesbury area.
Current food legislation requires all workers in a food environment to have adequate food safety "skills and knowledge" for their tasks of employment. This is to assist them in understanding their legal obligation when handling food. The course covers personal hygiene, time and temperature, food preparation and storage, and cleaning and maintenance. All participants receive an informative summary kit as well as a personalised "Certificate of Attendance".
The next course is to be held on the Wednesday 26 October 2016.
Course Dates 2016
- Wednesday 26 October 2016 - 10am to 1pm Book Now
Note: All courses will run depending on sufficient attendance numbers.
Courses are held at the Stan Stevens room in the Deerubbin Centre (Windsor Library) at a cost of $51.50 per participant.
To obtain further information please contact Council’s Environmental Health Officer on
Phone: (02) 4560 4444, Fax: (02) 4560 4400 or email email@example.com.
Some food handling activities in larger workplaces, in manufacturing, and in high risk food categories require an accredited food safety certificate course. You should consider whether the certificate course is required. (Or, if your current certificate is older then 2 years, you may wish to consider Hawkesbury City Councils' Seminar as a refresher)."
Bookings are essential for courses as positions are limited.
Complete the Food Handler Seminar Registration Form.
NSW TAFE course search - search for "food" and select "Food Hygiene Statement of Attainment (AQF).
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