Western Australia's known for its high quality meat products such as beef, chicken, pork, and more. You’re needed to join the team to help bring WA’s famous meat to the world!
With the Carcase Trimming (Retain Rail) Skill Set, you’ll learn to safely and skilfully trim a carcase hanging from a retain rail in a modern meat processing facility. Other skills include how to sharpen knives; inspect carcase forequarters and hindquarters; and manage all aspects of the retain rail including pathology and dressing defects.
This skill set contains the following nationally recognised unit/s of competency.
|Unit code||Unit title|
|AMPCOR202||Apply hygiene and sanitation practices|
|AMPCOR204||Follow safe work policies and procedures|
|AMPA3046||Undertake retain rail operations|
|AMPA2048||Inspect forequarter and remove contamination|
|AMPA2047||Inspect hindquarter and remove contamination|
In vocational education and training (VET), a skill set is a short course that's developed by choosing individual units of competency from a full qualification (or qualifications) that target a specific set of skills and knowledge, to meet the needs of industry or a particular job role.
The units of competency in a skill set are nationally accredited and recognised.
This means that when you successfully complete a skill set, you will receive a Statement of Attainment as an official record. This verifies that you have completed those units, so that you can receive credit for them should you continue on to further study.
Skill sets are also used to upskill workers for specific skills and knowledge required for their job; or in situations where a full qualification is not required.
The units in this skill set may lead to the qualifications listed below, and others that allow selection of these units.
- Certificate II in Meat Processing
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