Meat Processing Training: New Zealand Certificate in Meat Processing – Levels 3-5.
Course Cost: POA
About Meat Processing Training – New Zealand Certificate in Meat Processing, Levels 3-5.
Meat Processing Training is designed for people employed in the processing of food and related products in the meat sector. It further builds on the NZQA level 2 skills and is intended for all operators.
- Food Safe collaborates with Primary ITO to offer this programme.
- Registration includes an ITO training agreement and administration
Suitable for: All operators, coordinators, team leaders, supervisors, managers, and staff interested in further developing their skills.
Meat Processing Training – Levels 2-6 and Seafood HACCP Training is available on request for company groups of all sizes.
A video for companies and trainees that explains the New Zealand Certificate Training Qualifications on the right.
Meat Processing Training Solutions
- Product safety programme management (FCP/RMP) knowledge
- Quality assurance skills to the applicable level
- Competitive manufacturing skills (E.G. 5 S) to the applicable level
- Hazard Analysis Critical Control Point (HACCP) skills to the applicable level
- Health and safety (safe work practice) management
- Sustainable environmental practices to the applicable level
- Clean-in-place skills to the applicable level
- Documentation skills to the applicable level
- Auditing (internal verification/monitoring) to the applicable level
Specialized options include:
- Prevention and management of discomfort, injury and pain in the workplace
- Hazard identification and risk assessment
Why Choose us for your Meat Processing Training?
- Complements compliance requirements
- Is simplified and visual, and supportive of implementing learning back on-job
- Is delivered by a trained ISO 9001 & 22000 lead auditor
- It is delivered by a trainer with first-hand knowledge and experience in high compliance operations where Food Safe also operates, such as the meat, dairy, and seafood sector. This allows us to transfer best practices.