Course Details - FBP30117 Certificate III in Food Processing - Marden Senior College



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EASVA TitleCertificate III in Food Processing (Introduction to Baking and Patisserie)
QualificationFBP30117 Certificate III in Food Processing
RTOMarden Senior College
Host OrganisationMarden Senior College
Course Length3 Semesters (1.5 years)
Course DescriptionThe face to face course is tailored as an introduction to baking and patisserie, ideal for students wishing to pursue a career in the baking or food industry. The training will give students the opportunity to gain key skills and/or recognition in food handling, food preparation, customer service/selling and barista/café duties. Students will produce quality food and beverage products to serve and sell to staff/students in the Marden Cafeteria one day a week over recess and lunch. Each week students will produce a minimum of two new products and espresso coffee to order over the duration of the service period. A theory session will commence after the students have completed stock-take of product and cleaned the kitchen area. This qualification is current in the national register.
PathwaysStudents have the opportunity to move into further specific study areas of bakery, commercial cookery and food processing, or alternatively undertake relevant apprenticeship training options.Graduates from this qualification may seek employment in the following roles: Café and food operations, Baking and retail baking, Beverages, Kitchen Hand and a range of food processing areas.
Entry RequirementsNo licensing, legislative or certification requirements apply to this qualification at the time of publication.
Other RequirementsThe course is developed for entry to employment or further education. Enrolment counselling is designed to ensure that students are willing to make the commitment of time needed and they match the student profile.
Delivery Location(s)Marden Senior College, 1-37 Marden Road, Marden, SA, 5070
Dates and Times47 weekly sessions at Marden Senior College on Thursdays from 08:30 until 15:30.
Commencement date 04/02/21.
The course will also run on Fridays 8.30 - 3.30 starting on 5 Feb 2021. Please elect preferred day on Expression of Interest form.
SACE DetailsSACE Stage 2, 110 SACE credits
Up to 130 credits can be achieved with the completion of this course. Maximum credits listed on the VET recognition register is 110
Units Of Competency
CoreFDFFS2001AImplement the food safety program and procedures30 nominal hours
 FDFFS3001AMonitor the implementation of quality and food safety programs70 nominal hours
 FDFOHS3001AContribute to OHS processes40 nominal hours
 FDFOP2064AProvide and apply workplace information30 nominal hours
 MSMENV272Participate in environmentally sustainable work practices30 nominal hours
ElectiveFDFOP3003AOperate interrelated processes in a production system60 nominal hours
 FDFOP2061AUse numerical applications in the workplace30 nominal hours
 FDFOP3002ASet up a production or packaging line for operation50 nominal hours
 FBPPBK2002Operate a pastry forming and filling process40 nominal hours
 TLIA3039Receive and store stock40 nominal hours
 FBPRBK3005Produce basic bread products120 nominal hours
 FBPRBK3009Produce biscuit and cookie products80 nominal hours
 FBPRBK3014Produce sweet yeast products100 nominal hours
 FBPPBK2007Operate a pastry production process50 nominal hours
 FBPOPR3001Control contaminants and allergens in the workplace70 nominal hours
 FBPOPR3002Prepare food products using basic cooking methods50 nominal hours
 FBPOPR3003Identify cultural, religious and dietary requirements for food products40 nominal hours
Nominal hours are used for SACE purposes and are not reflective of actual delivery hours
Training Cost$750.00
For full 18 months.

First year will be $500 and the second six months will be $250.

Students home school will be invoiced.
Other CostsNone
Cost NotesIn addition to the course cost, an administration fee $100 per enrolment will apply for non-government school.
Number Of StudentsMinimum    10
Maximum   12
Selection ProcessMust have Satisfactory pass at Year 10 English and Year 10 Maths
Orientation DetailsUndertaken in first week of course – LLN Test
Public TransportBus lines stopping near Marden Senior College: Using OG Road 300 Suburban Connector, plus other 300 route variations, W90. Using Payneham Road 174, 178. Using O’Bahn at Klemzig Interchange C1, C2, M44, J1, J2, 500 – 507, 541, 544, 548, 556, 557, G40
Contact PersonMs Heather Thomas, Phone 8366 2869
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