Certificate III in Meat Processing (Meat Safety)

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AMP30316
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Government-subsidised training
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Meets the requirements of the Australian Qualifications Framework (AQF)
Entry requirements
No minimum education
Units in this course
Fee range
$5,776 - $7,840 (full fee)
$960 - $960
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About pre-apprenticeship courses

This course is available to study as a pre-apprenticeship. A pre-apprenticeship is a great way to get a feel for the industry before committing to an apprenticeship.

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About recognition

The courses shown on the Victorian Skills Gateway website are 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
Unit type
AMPA3071
Implement food safety program
Core
AMPA3119
Apply food animal anatomy and physiology to inspection processes
Core
AMPA3131
Identify and report emergency diseases of food animals
Core
AMPCOR201
Maintain personal equipment
Core
AMPCOR202
Apply hygiene and sanitation practices
Core
AMPCOR203
Comply with Quality Assurance and HACCP requirements
Core
AMPCOR204
Follow safe work policies and procedures
Core
AMPCOR205
Communicate in the workplace
Core
AMPCOR206
Overview the meat industry
Core
AMPX209
Sharpen knives
Core
AMPA3002
Handle animals humanely while conducting ante-mortem inspection
Elective
AMPA3003
Assess effective stunning and bleeding
Elective
AMPA3043
Prepare head for inspection
Elective
AMPA3047
Prepare and present viscera for inspection
Elective
AMPA3072
Perform carcase Meat Hygiene Assessment
Elective
AMPA3073
Perform process monitoring for Meat Hygiene Assessment
Elective
AMPA3074
Perform boning room Meat Hygiene Assessment
Elective
AMPA3081
Perform offal Meat Hygiene Assessment
Elective
AMPA3120
Perform ante and post-mortem inspection - Ovine and Caprine
Elective
AMPA3121
Perform ante and post-mortem inspection - Bovine
Elective
AMPA3122
Perform ante and post-mortem inspection - Porcine
Elective
AMPA3123
Perform ante and post-mortem inspection - Poultry
Elective
AMPA3124
Perform ante and post-mortem inspection - Ratites
Elective
AMPA3125
Perform ante and post-mortem inspection - Camels
Elective
AMPA3127
Perform post-mortem inspection - Wild game
Elective
AMPA3128
Perform ante and post-mortem inspection - Rabbits
Elective
AMPA3129
Perform ante and post-mortem inspection - Deer
Elective
AMPA3130
Perform ante and post-mortem inspection - Horses
Elective
AMPA3132
Perform ante and post-mortem inspection - Alpacas or Llamas
Elective
AMPA3135
Perform ante and post-mortem inspection - Calves
Elective
AMPA402
Oversee plant compliance with the Australian standards for meat processing
Elective
AMPA406
Inspect transportation container or vehicle
Elective
AMPG300
Overview wild game meat industry
Elective
AMPG303
Receive and inspect wild game carcases from the field
Elective
AMPG304
Receive and inspect wild game carcases at a processing plant
Elective
AMPG305
Store wild game carcases
Elective
AMPX404
Conduct an internal audit of a documented program
Elective
BSBFLM312
Contribute to team effectiveness
Elective
MSL904001
Perform standard calibrations
Elective
MSL922001
Record and present data
Elective
MSL954001
Obtain representative samples in accordance with sampling plan
Elective
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The fee ranges shown are indicative only.

The full fee range does not factor in any government subsidies.

The government-subsidised fee range marked with this symbol Government-subsidised training available factors in a Victorian Government subsidy.

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  • Available data from the Australian Course Information Register

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