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Course Description

The Certificate III Meat Processing (Smallgoods Manufacture) Apprenticeship is a specialist qualification in smallgoods production such as hams and bacons, especially suited for working at butcher and retail outlets.

Your apprenticeship is four years part-time and will deliver specialist skills and knowledge to work with smallgoods. The training is adapted for each workplace and apprentices are trained onsite.

All Angliss training and technical skill delivery is nationally accredited and designed to provide you with highly developed skills to work in the small goods retail industry.

Your course includes Food safety training including hygiene and safety, workplace health and safety and quality assurance, which follows the Food Safety Australia and New Zealand guidelines.

The Angliss Experience

  • Become a trusted expert in small goods manufacture, preparation and food safety
  • Learn traditional methods from aging, curing and smoking to boning and marinating
  • Develop skills you can adapt to a modern smallgoods environment
  • Gain industry experience in a range of smallgoods and commercial environments
 

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COURSE DETAILS

Course Code

AMP31016

Study Area

Foods

Course Level

Certificate III

Course Intake

Monthly

Duration

Four years part-time

Campus

Melbourne

Course Mode

Part-time

Course Hours

N/A

Application Requirements

Students wishing to undertake Apprenticeship or Traineeship training with Angliss need to first find an employer.

For more information on how to find an apprenticeship or traineeship visit our Apprenticeships and Traineeships page.

Angliss considers you a domestic student if you:

  • Are an Australian or New Zealand Citizen
  • Are an Australian Permanent Resident
  • Have an Australian Permanent Humanitarian Visa

If you are unsure or hold a different visa type, please contact our Admission Team for more information.

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COURSE STRUCTURE

Please note that the order of the delivery of units may vary.

Stage 1

FDFOP2061AUse numerical applications in the workplace
AMPCOR206Overview the meat industry
AMPCOR202Apply hygiene and sanitation practices
CPPCLO3038Clean food-handling areas
AMPCOR204Follow safe work policies and procedures
AMPCOR205Communicate in the workplace
AMPX209Sharpen knives
AMPCOR203Comply with Quality Assurance and HACCP requirements

Stage 2

AMPX210 Prepare and slice meat cuts
AMPX211 Trim meat to specifications
AMPX304 Prepare primal cuts
AMPA2048 Inspect forequarter and remove contamination
AMPX202 Clean work area during operations
AMPS300 Operate mixer or blender unit
AMPS211 Prepare dry ingredients
AMPS303 Fill casings
AMPS213 Manually link and tie product
AMPS307 Sort meat
AMPS308 Batch meat
AMPS315 Blend meat product
AMPS206 Manually shape and form product
AMPX302 Cure and corn product
AMPX305 Smoke product
AMPS301 Cook, steam and cool product
AMPX207 Vacuum pack product
AMPX214 Package meat and smallgoods product for retail sale

Entry Requirements

The Apprentice Lifecycle

Find out about the steps involved in completing an apprenticeship.

PRE-TRAINING REVIEW


The Pre-Training Review is not a test – it is simply a government requirement and must be completed before we can offer you a place. 

This allows us to understand why you would like to study your course and what your career goals are. We can also ensure that you enroll in the course that is the best fit for you.

After you submit your application, we will send you a link to complete the Pre-Training Review!

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Fees

The fees shown include tuition and student services fee, and are what you can expect to pay if you commence study in 2021. Fees may be subject to change without notice.

Your actual fees will be calculated based on your individual circumstances and eligibility for a government-subsidised place at the time of enrolment. 

You may also need to pay materials fees. Detailed fees and charges information can be found here

Domestic Student Fees Melbourne

If you are eligible for a government-subsidised and concession place, you also access the Angliss Payment Plan to help pay your contribution to fee tuition.

Eligibility rules for government funding have recently changed. You may now be able to access government-subsidised training, even if you have could not in the past.

Call 8595 5334 to check your eligibility to access government-subsidised fees.

Government Subsidised Place

Course Tuition Fee

$2,552

Concession

Course Tuition Fee

$926

Scholarship options

Study what you love with a little help from us. William Angliss Institute awards merit and equity scholarships (worth up to $5,000) to recognise academic excellence and support students in financial need.

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