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SFI40219 - Certificate IV in Seafood Post Harvest Operations

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Elevate Your Seafood Career: Leadership & Innovation

Embark on a journey in the seafood industry with our Certificate IV course. Designed for aspiring managers and professionals, this program sharpens your skills in advanced seafood processing, quality assurance, and operational efficiency, preparing you for supervisory roles in seafood post-harvest operations.

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Course Content

This advanced course is designed for individuals seeking to take on leadership roles in the seafood post-harvest sector. It equips participants with the expertise to manage and oversee seafood processing facilities, ensuring optimal product quality, safety, and efficiency in operations.

This course is ideal for professionals in the seafood industry aiming for managerial or supervisory roles, as well as business owners seeking to optimise their seafood processing operations.

Advanced Seafood Processing: Delve deeper into specialised processing techniques, including preservation methods, value-added products, and innovative processing technologies.
Management and Supervision: Skills and techniques for managing teams, overseeing facility operations, and ensuring optimal productivity.
Quality Assurance: Implementing and managing quality assurance programs, ensuring products consistently meet industry and regulatory standards.
Supply Chain Management: Understanding the intricacies of the seafood supply chain, from sourcing to distribution, and optimising processes.
Safety and Compliance: Advanced training on maintaining safety standards, risk management, and ensuring compliance with industry regulations.
Sustainability and Environmental Impact: Strategies for sustainable post-harvest operations, waste management, and minimising environmental impact.
Business and Financial Management: Basics of managing the financial aspects of a seafood processing facility, including budgeting, cost analysis, and profitability.
Innovation and Research: Encouraging innovation in post-harvest operations and staying updated with the latest research and trends in the industry.

Units of Competency

ACMWHS401
Maintain workplace health and safety processes
SFIPRO401
Evaluate a batch of seafood
FBPFSY4001
Supervise and maintain a food safety plan
SFIPRO203
Shuck molluscs
SFISAD201
Prepare, cook and retail seafood products
SFIPRO202
Process squid, cuttlefish and octopus
SFISAD202
Retail seafood
SFISTR302
Supervise storage of temperature controlled stock
SFISAD401
Buy seafood product
FBPFSY5001
Develop a HACCP-based food safety plan
HLTFSE008
Supervise and maintain a food safety plan
SFISAD404
Develop and provide information about seafood product
SFIPRO403
Develop and implement a seafood waste utilisation strategy
SFIPRO404
Plan and develop formulations and specifications for new seafood product
SFISAD301
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Is This Course Right For You?

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Career Opportunities and Study Pathways

This qualification reflects the role of individuals who work in the seafood processing and sales and distribution sectors of the seafood industry at the supervisory or managerial level.

In this role, these individuals are responsible for evaluating the quality of seafood to be processed or sold, and ensuring processing practices and systems meet quality and legislative requirements.

Study Pathways

Previous Studies
Begin here to gain experience and confidence:

SFI30119

Certificate III in Aquaculture

SFI30319

Certificate III in Seafood Post Harvest Operations

Common Career Opportunities

Seafood Processing Facility Manager

Oversee the entire operations of a seafood processing facility, ensuring optimal productivity, quality, and safety standards.

Quality Assurance Manager

Develop, implement, and manage quality assurance programs, ensuring that seafood products consistently meet industry and regulatory standards.

Supply Chain Coordinator

Manage and optimise the seafood supply chain, from sourcing raw materials to distributing finished products, ensuring efficiency and quality at every stage.

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Seafood Export Manager

Handle the export of seafood products to international markets, ensuring compliance with international standards, managing logistics, and building relationships with overseas buyers.

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Research and Development Specialist

Work on innovating new processing techniques, developing value-added products, and staying updated with the latest trends and technologies in the seafood industry.

Training & Development Coordinator

Develop and implement training programs for staff, ensuring they are equipped with the necessary skills and knowledge for their roles.

Sustainability and Environmental Manager

Implement sustainable practices within the facility, manage waste effectively, and ensure operations have minimal environmental impact.

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Research and Development Specialist

Work on innovating new processing techniques, developing value-added products, and staying updated with the latest trends and technologies in the seafood industry.

Training & Development Coordinator

Develop and implement training programs for staff, ensuring they are equipped with the necessary skills and knowledge for their roles.

Licensing/Regulatory Information

This level of qualification is currently cited as meeting some of the requirements for certification as a General Purpose Hand Near Coastal as defined by Marine Order 505 (Certificates of competency – National law) 2022.
Certification will require achievement of the MAR10220 Certificate I in Maritime Operations (General Purpose Hand Near Coastal), 5 days qualifying sea service on a commercial vessel and an Australian Maritime Safety Authority (AMSA) approved first aid certificate. People seeking certification should check with AMSA.

How to Enrol

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*Fees may vary due to prerequisite qualifications. Contact us for more information on what fee structure you may be eligible for.

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