Diploma of Food Processing

Code:
FDF50110
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Recognition
Meets the requirements of the Australian Qualifications Framework (AQF)
Entry requirements
Certificate IV in Food Processing; or relevant vocational training and/or work experience
Units in this course
Fee range
$7,995 - $7,995*
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The courses shown on the Victorian Skills Gateway website are either regulated qualifications under the Australian Qualifications Framework (AQF), or short training programs made up of units of competency from regulated qualifications.

Units
Unit code
Unit title
BSBCOM502B
Evaluate and review compliance
BSBCOM503B
Develop processes for the management of breaches in compliance requirements
BSBCUS501B
Manage quality customer service
BSBFIM501A
Manage budgets and financial plans
BSBMGT502B
Manage people performance
BSBMGT515A
Manage operational plan
BSBMGT516C
Facilitate continuous improvement
BSBMKG501B
Identify and evaluate marketing opportunities
BSBOHS503B
Assist in the design and development of OHS participative arrangements
BSBPMG510A
Manage projects
BSBWOR502B
Ensure team effectiveness
FDFFS2001A
Implement the food safety program and procedures
FDFFS3001A
Monitor the implementation of quality and food safety programs
FDFOHS4001A
Identify, assess and control OHS risk in own work
FDFOHS4002A
Maintain OHS processes
FDFOHS5001A
Manage OHS processes
FDFOP3003A
Operate interrelated processes in a production system
FDFPPL3002A
Report on workplace performance
FDFPPL4007A
Manage supplier agreements and contracts
FDFPPL5001A
Design and maintain programs to support legal compliance
FDFTEC3001A
Participate in a HACCP team
FDFTEC3003A
Apply raw materials, ingredient and process knowledge to production problems
FDFTEC4007A
Describe and analyse data using mathematical principles
FDFTEC5001A
Manage and evaluate new product trials
FDFTEC5002A
Manage utilities and energy for a production process
MEM15001B
Perform basic statistical quality control
MSACMC410A
Lead change in a manufacturing environment
MSACMC610A
Manage relationships with non-customer external organisations
MSACMC611A
Manage people relationships
MSACMC612A
Manage workplace learning
MSACMC613A
Facilitate holistic culture improvement in a manufacturing enterprise
MSACMC614A
Develop a communications strategy to support production
MSACMS600A
Develop a competitive manufacturing system
MSACMS601A
Analyse and map a value chain
MSACMS604A
Manage competitive manufacturing processes in a jobbing shop environment
MSACMS605A
Develop a Balanced Scorecard for use in competitive manufacturing
MSACMS606A
Introduce competitive manufacturing to a small or medium enterprise
MSACMT230A
Apply cost factors to work practices
MSACMT280A
Undertake root cause analysis
MSACMT452A
Apply statistics to processes in manufacturing
MSACMT620A
Develop quick changeover procedures
MSACMT622A
Design a process layout
MSACMT623A
Develop a levelled pull system of manufacturing
MSACMT630A
Optimise cost of product
MSACMT631A
Undertake value analysis of product costs in terms of customer requirements
MSACMT632A
Analyse cost implications of maintenance strategy
MSACMT640A
Manage 5S system in a manufacturing environment
MSACMT650A
Determine and improve process capability
MSACMT660A
Develop the application of enterprise systems in manufacturing
MSACMT661A
Determine and establish information collection requirements and processes
MSACMT662A
Develop a documentation control strategy for a manufacturing enterprise
MSACMT670A
Develop and manage sustainable energy practices
MSACMT671A
Develop and manage sustainable environmental practices
MSACMT675A
Facilitate the development of a new product
MSACMT681A
Develop a proactive maintenance strategy
MSACMT682A
Adapt a proactive maintenance strategy to the process manufacturing sector
MSACMT683A
Adapt a proactive maintenance strategy for a seasonal or cyclical manufacturing operation
MSAENV472B
Implement and monitor environmentally sustainable work practices
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  • Rates for local students only (not for international)
  • Available data from the Australian Course Information Register

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