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When you have completed this course you may wish to continue your study and further develop your skills and knowledge.  The skills and knowledge contained in this course provide good foundation information for extending your study to:

Certificate IV in Meat Processing (Leadership) or
Certificate IV in Frontline Management.

The modules in this Supervisor training are predominantly people management skills as well as essential OHS, QA and food safety responsibilities. Both the Certificate IV qualifications listed above have a number of units that build on the skills in this course. You can study to complete the whole certificate or select some Units that interest you and you will be given a Statement of Attainment that will be recognised at a later date if you wish to complete the full Certificate course.

Certificate IV in Meat Processing (Leadership

Core units
Level II  
MTMMP1C

Maintain personal equipment

MTMMP2C Apply hygiene and sanitation practices
MTMMP3C Apply Quality Assurance practices
MTMMP4C Follow safe work policies and procedures
MTMMP5C Communicate in the workplace
MTMMP6C Overview of the meat industry
   
Level IV  
MTMMP70C

Participate in OH&S risk control processes

MTMCOR402B

Facilitate Quality Assurance processes

MTMMP72C

Facilitate hygiene and sanitation performance

MTMCOR401B Manage own work performance
Technical

BSBMKG405A

Implement and monitor marketing activities

BSBFLM405B

Implement operational plan

BSBHR404A

Co-ordinate human resource services

MTMPSR401B

Co-ordinate contracts

MTMPSR402B

Prepare and evaluate resource proposals

MTMPSR403B

Facilitate achievement of enterprise environmental policies and goals

MTMPSR404B

Foster a learning culture in a meat enterprise

MTMPSR405B

Build productive and effective workplace relationships

MTMPSR406B

Manage and maintain a food safety plan

WRRF48

Prepare payroll

WRR14B

Buy merchandise

WRR05B

Control inventory

THHGLE13B

Manage finances within a budget

BSBFLM406B

Implement workplace information system

MTMMP69C

Lead communication in the workplace

BSBFLM412A

Promote team effectiveness

BSBCMN404A

Develop teams and individuals

MTMMP77C

Participate in product recall

BSBCMN418A

Address customer needs

BSBFLM409B

Implement continuous improvement

BSBCMN412A

Promote innovation and change

TAAASS401A

Plan and organise assessment

TAAASS402A

Assess competence

MTMP407A

Supervise new recruits

MTMP414A Monitor and overview the product of Uncooked Comminuted Fermented Meat (UCFM)

To gain this qualification you need to complete all 10 compulsory core units and then select 8 units from the technical units.

The following table shows the content of the Essential Skills for Supervisors course is mapped to specific units and elements of the Certificate IV in Meat Processing (Leadership).  Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) against these units/elements may be given for  completion of the Essential Skills for Supervisor course.

ESS course topic/s

Certificate IV in Meat processing (Leadership) Unit name Elements

Good communication.
Using communication Skills.

MTMMP5C
Communicate in the workplace

Contribute to maintenance and improvement of workplace operations and requirements

Identify key personnel in the workplace

Contribute to positive workplace relations

Manage your team.
Manage yourself.

MTMCOR401B
Manage own work performance

Set and achieve personal goals

Establish and achieve work priorities

Maintain and update professional skills and knowledge

Review own work performance

Good communication.

Using communication Skills.

Manage your team.

Manage yourself.

MTMPSR405B
Build productive and effective workplace relationships

Gather and present information and ideas to do the job

Develop trust and confidence

Build and maintain business networks

Manage difficulties to achieve positive outcomes

Good Communication.
Using communication skills.

MTMMP69C
Lead communication in the workplace

Engage in complex verbal communication

Good communication.
Using communication .

MTMP407A
Supervise new recruits

Communicate work requirements and expectations

Skills
Manage your team

  Provide regular and timely feedback on performance

Using communication skills

Manage your team

Manage yourself

BSBFLM412A
Promote team effectiveness

Plan to achieve team outcomes
Develop team cohesion
Participate in and facilitate work team
Liaise with management

The second qualification that you could consider is the Certificate IV in Business (Frontline Management).

Certificate IV in Business ( Frontline Management)

Core

BSBFLM403B

Implement effective workplace relationships

BSBFLM405B

Implement operational plan

BSBFLM412A

Promote team effectiveness

BSBCMN402A

Develop work priorities

BSBCMN411A Monitor a safe workplace
Core

BSBFLM406B

Implement workplace information system

BSBFLM409B

Implement continuous improvement

BSBCMN404A

Develop teams and individuals

BSBCMN410A

Coordinate implementation of customer service strategies

BSBCMN412A

Promote innovation and change

BSBCMN413A

Implement and monitor environmental policies

BSBCMN416A

Identify risk and apply risk management processes

BSBCMN419A

Manage Projects

BSBEBUS403A

Communicate electronically

BSBEBUS409A Lead and facilitate e-staff

To gain this qualification you need to complete all 4 compulsory core units and then select 3 units from the optional ones. One of these optional units must start with the code BSBFLM.

The following table shows the content of the Essential Skills for Supervisors course is mapped to specific units and elements of the Certificate IV in Business (Frontline Management).  Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) against these units/elements may be given for completion of the Essential Skills for Supervisor course.

ESS course topic/s

Certificate IV in Business (Frontline Management) Unit name Elements

Good communication.
Using communication Skills.

BSBFLM403B
Implement effective workplace relationships

Collect, analyse and communicate information and ideas

Develop trust and confidence

Develop and maintain networks and relationships

Manage difficulties into positive outcomes

Using Communication Skills.
Manage your team.
Manage yourself.

BSBFLM412A
Promote team effectiveness

Plan to achieve team outcomes

Develop team cohesion

Participate in and facilitate work team

Liaise with management

Manage your team
Manage yourself

BSBCMN402A
Develop work priorities

Plan and complete own work schedule

Monitor own work performance

Coordinate professional development

Using Communication Skills

Manage your team

BSBCMN412A
Promote innovation and change

Lead team to foster innovative work practices

Facilitate commitment to workplace change

 
These materials have been prepared for MINTRAC, by Inform Professional Coaching.
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Funding for these materials was provided by Meat and Livestock Australia and the Australian Meat Processor Corporation.