Program: FSS training (Food Safety Supervisor)
Availability:SA, NSW, QLD
Price: See below
What is the FSS (Food Safety Supervisor) program?
Food laws in certain states in Australia have made the FSS Food Safety Supervisor program mandatory for hospitality operations that sell food or beverages. The FSS training program aims to prevent individuals from becoming ill as a result of food poisoning or poorly handled food. Topics covered in the course includes using hygienic practices for food safety and participating in safe food handling practices.
Who should complete their FSS training?
Food Safety Supervisors are nominated by the business owner. Each premise needs to have at least one trained Food Safety Supervisor. They may be the owner, chef, manager or employee. Business that should have at least one trained Food Safety Supervisor:
RSA learning module
Students enrolling in the FSS course will become competent in the nationally accredited units SITXFSA001 Use hygienic practices for food safety. and SITXFSA002 Participate in safe food handling practices.
Topics covered include:
FSS group sessions
One of our dedicated FSS qualified trainers can deliver FSS training course sessions at your workplace. Workplaces should have at least 10 people attending each FSS session. We’re also flexible about the dates and time required by your organisation.
FSS classroom sessions
We also hold classroom sessions periodically throughout the year. If you have a group of 10 or more students but require a classroom venue to deliver the training we can provide sessions at our head office campus in Adelaide. Classroom sessions are only offered in South Australia at the moment.
Individual FSS training
If you are an individual or a small group who would like to complete the FSS training course please get in touch with us. We may be able to place you in an existing group or classroom session depending on availability.
Fees are dependent on each State and their requirements. Please contact us for more information.
All fees include the training material and allocation of a Food Safety Supervisor Certificate. Your FSS will need to be displayed in your premise for health inspectors and customers to see.
Contact us for more information, regarding course choices and free advice.