Cairns, Qld Australia (PressExposure) February 04, 2011 -- Leading online training education providers - Accredited Online Training (AOT) - has offered the most comprehensive course in food handling.
As food handling certificate is required by all food handling businesses in hospitality, community care as well as retail and health, AOT has offered online learners the opportunity to get a nationally recognised food handling certificate at a very affordable rate.
"Personal hygiene practices apply to all personnel operating at all levels within the food service industries. And our food handling certificate covers all fundamental skills and knowledge needed to work around food in the Australian Hospitality," said AOT.
"Workplace hygiene and the ability to follow workplace hygiene procedures are stringently regulated within the hospitality and associated industry. Thus it is highly recommended to accomplish a food handling certificate."
Upon completion of the food handling certificate course, learners will be able to gain the skills and knowledge required to:
- Apply good workplace hygiene practices within a range of service industry operations.
- Have the ability to follow workplace hygiene procedures.
- Predetermined procedures.
- Identify and control simple hazards.
- Ensure non-contamination of food and other items that might put customers, colleges and self at health risk.
The food handling certificate is easy, quick and affordable to complete. The course starts as soon as participants sign up for the course. They can then start or finish the food handling certificate course at their own pace. They can pause the training education and take a break as well as resume at their course at exactly where they left off.
Furthermore, learners are also guaranteed that AOT's food handling certificate is a nationally accredited unit of competency under the requirements of the Australian Quality Training Framework (AQTF).
To know more about the food handling certificate, call 1300-726634 or visit http://www.aot.edu.au/follow-workplace-hygiene-procedures.html