november, 2021

sun28nov10:00 am1:00 pmFood Handlers – Follow Basic Food Safety Practices (HLTFSE001)10:00 am - 1:00 pm Melton South Community CentreProgram Type:Health & Wellbeing,Programs & WorkshopsPrice:Under $100 Event TagsAdult Learning,Business,Employment & Upskilling,Food & Cooking$65 or $60 concession1 session

Course Details

ACCREDITED TRAINING – MUST HAVE A USI TO ATTEND

Designed for those involved in food preparation and provides basic hygiene principles for all food handlers. Any service or business that serves food, even snacks, must ensure that members of their staff hold this certificate.

Certificate is valid 3 years.

HOW TO ENROL – BOOKINGS ESSENTIAL

Contact Melton South Community Centre via phone or email to process your enrolment.

FEES: Payments can be made into the centre’s bank account (call the office for the details), over the phone or at the centre. Payment is required strictly no later than one week before the class commences.

REFUNDS: Will be given if a class is cancelled or 5 days’ notice is given to the centre. Refunds or make-up sessions will not be provided for missed classes.

All our courses are face-to-face and all social distancing and sanitising procedures are strictly adhered to.

PLEASE NOTE: Before students can enrol in any of our accredited or pre-accredited courses, proof of vaccination against COVID-19 (or a valid medical exemption) must be provided, as mandated by the Victorian government.

When

(Sunday) 10:00 am - 1:00 pm

Location

Melton South Community Centre

41 Exford Road, Melton South, 3338

Duration

1 session

Program Format

This is a 3-hour course

Provider

Melton South Community Centre

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PLEASE NOTE

In line with the Victorian Government's Covid-19 vaccination rules, anyone aged 12 years and over planning to attend a Council delivered program held within councils community facilities must provide proof of vaccination status upon entry to the facility.
Individuals with valid medical exemptions issued by an authorised medical practitioner and children aged under 12 years are excluded from this rule.
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