Having well-trained staff who are motivated and fully equipped to perform their roles, can be a game-changer for any business. A team who understand the pricinples of HACCP (external link) , food safety (external link) or the prevention of food fraud (external link) are more confident in their day-to-day responsibilities. This confidence will provide peace of mind for a manager or owner, and allow more time to focus on other important aspects of their business.
About our Trainers
Ray is a Senior Food Safety Trainer and Compliance Auditor. He works with some of the largest food companies both locally and globally. Ray's background in auditing lets him to draw on real life examples when he teaches, making the course more relatable to attendees. Ray is also bilingual and speaks fluently in English and Arabic.
John is a Food Safety Trainer and Auditor. He has over 40 years of practical experience in the food processing industry. He is passionate about sharing his extensive knowledge of the industry, providing a valuable learning experience for participants.
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According to the Education Act, a domestic student is a person who is -
a) A NZ Citizen or
b) The holder of a residence class visa
c) A person of a class or description of person required by the Minister, by notice in the Gazette (external link) , to be treated as if they are not international students.
Note: Since 01 January 2020, a person who is enrolled at a PTE in a short-term work-related training course that is not funded by the TEC, required by the employer and is for a period of 10 days or less, will also be considered a domestic student.
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We are a NZQA (external link) registered and accredited Private Training Establishment (PTE). Our courses meet strict NZQA compliance requirements. Some of our courses are NZQA approved training schemes. This info is outlined on the individual course pages.
Some of our courses are available to domestic students only. Please refer to eligibility information and entry requirements on course pages. Some courses require previous experience or being employed in the industry in specific roles. To find out more, please get in touch with our training team.
Once you successfully complete your course, you will receive your certificate via email within two weeks.
If you can’t see the course you are looking for, please contact our training team. It may be that the training you are interested in is currently being developed and hasn't been advertised yet. We regularly develop bespoke and tailored to meet your specific learning needs.
Some courses don’t have entry requirements. For an overview of entry requirements for those that do, navigate to individual course pages. They are outlined in the Full Overview section of the page.
Some of our courses have unit standards attached. More details about these unit standards can be found by navigating to individual course pages.
Yes. There are also instances where legislative or customer requirements dictate specific training be completed. To learn more about this please contact our team.
The trainer was great with the participants. He was very friendly, welcoming and made sure everyone understood the course content.
AsureQuality’s training is well suited to our needs. We will continue to work with AsureQuality to upskill our team in Food Safety & Quality.
Food safety content was specifically tailored for a early learning centre, so was more meaningful and useful for our Cooks and Centre Managers.