SITO NET Newsletter May 2010

  Welcome to the May 2010 edition of SITONet

 Well, the onset of the winter season is evident as we experience some wetter (and sometimes wilder!) weather across the country. Hopefully this will not hamper your opportunities to train.

 v Welcome to Christina Dumper  

 The Seafood ITO would like to extend a warm welcome to Christina Dumper in her role as the Seafood ITO Coordinator of Training Information and Contracts. Christina has a solid background in data entry and administration and started with the Seafood ITO on 18 May 2010.

 If you need to contact Christina, her contact details are as follows:  work phone number (04) 801 4682, and email christina.dumper@seafood.co.nz  

 v New! Free Seafood ITO Quarterly Magazine “ Seatrain

  Seatrain is a new quarterly magazine featuring seafood industry events and profiles for trainees, employers and industry. If you or your staff would like to subscribe to this FREE publication courtesy of Seafood ITO just email admin@seafoodito.co.nz or call 04 385 4005 with your name and address.  

v 2010 Training Programme

11552 Design Assessment Workshop – 16, 17 June 2010

 Applications for this workshop have now closed. 

 However, the next 11552 Design Workshop is scheduled for 27, 28 October 2010 If you are interested in attending this course, please contact the Seafood ITO at admin@seafood.co.nz before Monday, 27 September 2010.

 

For full details of all training courses being held in 2010 , please click on the following link to the Seafood ITO website:  http://www.seafoodito.co.nz/2010training. Y ou can also access this information under the “What’s New” section on the home page of the Seafood ITO website.

 If you have any questions or queries regarding the 2010 training calendar, please do not hesitate to contact either your Sector Manager or email admin@seafood.co.nz

Seafood Industry Training Provider Directory 2009/2010

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Qualifications and Unit Standards


  • Reviewed Unit Standards

 

Unit ID

Unit Standard Title

Level

Credit

Version

Sector

12316

Coordinate the development and verification of a HACCP plan for a seafood processing operation

6

30

4

Seafood Risk Management

17996

Develop and review a hazard identification and analysis for a seafood product

5

20

3

Seafood Risk Management

20831

Explain and operate the New Zealand Food Safety Authority's Electronic Certification system of Official Assurance

4

10

3

Seafood Risk Management

20832

Explain certification requirements for a premises operating under the Animal Products Act 1999

5

5

3

Seafood Risk Management

21566

Carry out Operator Verification for a seafood operation as part of a Risk Management Programme

4

15

3

Seafood Risk Management

21976

Explain quality and contamination control in a seafood operation

4

10

2

Seafood Processing

21977

Explain the operation and verification of a Risk Management Programme for a seafood operation

4

10

3

Seafood Risk Management

21978

Explain and carry out the development, implementation and maintenance of a documented seafood system

4

10

2

Seafood Generic

21979

Explain and carry out an audit of a documented system in a seafood operation

4

10

2

Seafood Generic

21980

Demonstrate knowledge of the processing sector of the New Zealand seafood industry

3

5

2

Seafood Processing

 

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Unit ID

Unit Standard Title

Version

Level

Domain

21976

Explain the quality and contamination control

in a seafood operation

2

4

Seafood Processing

21978

Explain and carry out the development,

implementation and maintenance of a

documented seafood system

2

4

 Seafood Generic

21979

Explain and carry out an audit of a documented 

system in a seafood operation

2

4

Seafood Generic

21980

Demonstrate knowledge of the processing

sector of the New Zealand seafood industry

2

3

Seafood Processing

Primary Industry Employers to benefit from clearer training outcomes

(As quoted from Primary Sector Group press release – April 2010)




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