Online: Food Safety Supervisor (FSS)
Online: Food Safety Supervisor
Hospitality Training Australia offers students the opportunity to gain their NSW Food Authority's Food Safety Supervisor (FSS) certificate from the comfort of their own home through our online learning platform.
Online FSS Course Summary
Delivery: Online learning
Accreditation: Nationally accredited and recognised by the NSW Food Authority
Course fee: $115
Welcome to Online Learning
You'll love the convenience of learning and completing your FSS course in the comfort of your own home.
- Start and stop at anytime
- Each assessment consists of multiple choice questions, case study questions and interactive online activities
- You need to pass with a 100% score but will have multiple attempts of the assessments
The New South Wales Food Safety Supervisor course is made up of two seperate courses.
- SITXFSA101 – Use hygienic practices for food safety (Preliminary)
- SITXFSA201 – Participate in safe food handling practices
Students will need to complete the preliminary unit first.
Recognition of Prior Learning
Hospitality Training Australia supports recognition of prior learning. Contact us if you have previously completed the preliminary unit of this course to discuss your eligibility for course credit.
The cost to complete our online FSS course is $115. This fee includes your NSW Food Authority FSS Certificate.
If you have already completed the preliminary unit then you can enrol in food safety supervisor alone for $75. Contact us to learn more.
- A reliable connection to the Internet
- A Unique Student Identifier (USI)
- A modern web browser
- The latest version of Adobe Flash Player (Available for free)
- Speakers or headphones
Requirement to pass the course
- Pass questions and answers online assessments
- Complete and submit the Third Party Practical Skills Report from a food business workplace
Enrol in the preliminary food safety unit today:
This link will direct you through to our online learning platform - iTFE elearning.
Unique Student Identifier
In 2015, the Commonwealth Government introduced Unique Student Identifiers (USI) for all nationally accredited training programs. You'll need to apply for a free USI number before starting this course.