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Course Details - FBP20117 Certificate II in Food Processing (Bakery Focus) (Playford International College)





  
Course TitleFBP20117 Certificate II in Food Processing (Bakery Focus)
RTOTAFESA Regency Campus (National Code 41026)
Host OrganisationPlayford International College
Course Length2 Semesters (1 year)
DescriptionThis course is a great introduction to baking, covering basic problem solving and production skills. It includes large scale production of cakes, pastry, bread and biscuits in a commercial baking environment. Students will complete competencies from the Food Processing qualification with a baking focus. The training environment will simulate a retail bakery. Students will gain practical skills in dough preparation and produce various breads and Hot X Buns. They will also learn how to make, various savoury and sweet pastries, doughnuts, meringues, macaroons, various cake fillings and decorating skills. Students study core units which focus on WHS processes, food safety, quality systems and procedures, environmentally sustainable work practices and workplace information. Students will need to work with others, in teams, as well as on their own; or students will need to feel comfortable talking to a range of different people (communication) whilst doing their work and standing for extended periods of time. This course has 70% practical activity and 30% theory. Although students do get to try the food that they make, they need to remember that they are baking to learn, not to feed themselves. This course could see students continue their learning as an apprentice or by specialising in bread baking or cake and pastry production.
PathwaysRetail Baker, Pastry Cook, Chocolatier, Pastry Chef and Food Quality Assurance Officer. By completing this course students will be well equipped to approach employers regarding further training as a School Based Apprentice or as a Trainee in a Food Processing (Bakery) environment. They may also approach employers for full time employment with increased confidence.
Entry RequirementsStudents should have completed year 10 and should have sound Mathematics and Literacy ability and a genuine interest in a career in the Food Processing Industry. Future year 11 students should choose at least Pathways English (full year), Pathways Maths (one semester) Stage 2 Workplace Practices.
Other RequirementsStudents will be issued with a Regional VET Uniform, (i.e. polo shirt, trousers, apron and hat), which must be worn at all times. Students are also required to provide and wear their own enclosed shoes. Written Workbooks are supplied but students are required to bring writing equipment, (i.e. pens and pencils etc.), to every session.
Delivery Location(s)Playford International College, Phillip Highway, Elizabeth, SA, 5112
Hospitality Function Centre, H3 Bakery Car parking is available from the Goodman Road side of the College.
Dates and Times36 weekly sessions at Playford International College on Thursdays from 09:00 until 15:30
Commencement date 13/02/20
Students are not expected to attend on school or public holidays however they are required to attend on student free days unless advised otherwise. The orientation session is on February 7th 2019 is COMPULSORY and counts as one of the 36 sessions.
Work Placement5 days
5 days Structured Work Placement is desirable in this course and this is usually done both during the school holidays and during the school term. Students are usually expected to source their own Work Placements with some assistance if needed. A number of excursions are undertaken to give students a broader industrial experience.
SACE DetailsSACE Stage 1, 60 SACE credits
450 Nominal Hours This course is designed primarily for Stage 1 students but could be undertaken by Stage 2 students who are on track with their compulsory subjects but are after additional Stage 1 credits.
QualificationCertificate II in Food Processing (Bakery Focus) (National code FBP20117)
Units Of Competency
CoreFDFOP2063AApply quality systems and procedures30 nominal hours
 FDFOP2064AProvide and apply workplace information30 nominal hours
 FDFFS2001AImplement the Food Safety program and procedures30 nominal hours
 MSAENV272AParticipate in environmentally sustainable work practices30 nominal hours
 FDFOHS2001AParticipate in OHS processes40 nominal hours
 FBPPBK2007Operate a pastry production process50 nominal hours
 FDFOP2061AUse numerical application in the workforce30 nominal hours
 FBPPBK2005Operate a doughnut making process40 nominal hours
ElectiveFBPPBK2002Operate a pastry forming and filling process40 nominal hours
 FBPOPR2055Freeze dough20 nominal hours
 FBPRBK2004Assist basic bread production60 nominal hours
 FBPRBK1001Finish products20 nominal hours
 FDFOP2004AClean and sanitise equipment30 nominal hours
Nominal hours are used for SACE purposes and are not reflective of actual delivery hours
Training Cost$2,000.00 including GST
Other Costs$41.00 including GST
Enclosed shoes are required and need to be purchased before the commencement of the course. These shoes must be worn to every session and students may need to purchase a NASSSA jacket as part of their uniform, costing approximately $41. Until this occurs students can only wear their own ‘Home School Jumpers’. There may be some minor additional costs when students go on excursions.
Cost NotesDepartment for Education Non-NASSSA students enrolling will incur a $250.00 additional Administration fee (Full year course – pro rata for semester/term courses). Non-Department for Education students enrolling will incur a $1,000.00 administration fee. (Full year course – pro rata for semester/term courses) Enrolments for both these groups of students MUST be done through the WebVET Administrator.
Number Of StudentsMinimum    10
Maximum   15
Selection ProcessShould the course be oversubscribed a selection process will be undertaken and a short written application and or an interview may be required.
Orientation DetailsA COMPULSORY Orientation Session for students will be conducted at Playford International College at 8:50am – 12:00pm on Thursday February 6th 2020, (Week 2, Term 1).
Public TransportBoth the Elizabeth Bus Exchange and the Elizabeth Train Station are only a few minutes’ walk from the College where a wide range of bus and train routes are easily accessible.
Contact PersonMr Brett Crowhurst, Phone 8255 7566, Email brett.crowhurst332@schools.sa.edu.au
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