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Ready4Work - MLC

$300 AUD

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This course is currently unavailable, but please email us at and we can keep you up to date about future courses. 


What You Learn

To learn about correct storage temperatures dealing with 'danger' foods Personal Hygiene Cleaning food preparation areas and Pest control

How to make a range of espresso menu items including cappuccino, latte, flat white

Finesse food and drink carrying skills

What You Get

A Nationally Recognised Statement of Attainment for the unit of competency ' SITXFSA005  - Use hygienic Practices for Food Safety', within 2-3 weeks.

ABC of Espresso Certificate of Participation 

Food & Beverage Service  Certificate of Participation 

Materials to Bring


Must provide USI number : To Create a USI number please visit:

Photo Identification (ie. drivers license, passport, etc.).

Dress Code

Neat Casual


Food Handlers - Hospitality Sector SITXFSA005

A food handler is anyone who works in a food business and who either handles food or surfaces that are likely to be in contact with food such as cutlery, plates and bowls. A food handler may do many different things for a food business. Examples include making, cooking, preparing, serving, packing, displaying and storing food. Food handlers can also be involved in manufacturing, producing, collecting, extracting, processing, transporting, delivering, thawing or preserving food.

Australian Food Safety Standard 3.2.2A (Food Safety Practices and General Requirements) requires that people who handle food and the people who supervise them have the skills and knowledge in food safety and food hygiene for the work they do. The aim of the Food Handlers course is:

To learn about correct storage temperatures dealing with 'danger' foods Personal Hygiene Cleaning food preparation areas and Pest control

This course is accredited as SITXFSA005 - Use hygienic Practices for Food Safety', and is a pre-requisite for Food Safety Supervisor training and accreditation.


This is an introduction to espresso coffee and will provide you with basic skills and knowledge so that you can progress to the more complex aspects of espresso making.

You will learn how the espresso coffee menu is constructed, how to extract espresso, how to texture milk and you will practice making espresso drinks.

You will also learn how to safely operate and clean the espresso machine and grinder.

This course is essential for anyone who wishes to make a start in the espresso coffee industry.

Food & Beverage

This course is ideal for anyone wanting to gain valuable skills for use in the hospitality industry and suitable for job seekers. It is designed to instruct participants on the fundamentals of customer service within the food and beverage industry, enabling employees to deliver a superior, dining experience increasing customer satisfaction and encouraging pride in the workplace

On completion of the course, participants will receive a Certificate of Participation for Basic Food and Beverage Service and ABC of Espresso

Please note - Enrolment dates are final and cannot be transferred