Field Placement Food Service Worker

Students who have completed all of the courses within the Food Service Worker Certificate, will complete this 80 hour placement course, the schedule for placement is determined by the placement agency, and normally students complete this within a two-week period. Field placements are designed to help students build bridges between academic knowledge, theoretical discussions, and actual work situations. They give students an opportunity to learn through experience to bring all their theoretical knowledge into practical application within the following work placement settings; Long Term Care Facilities, Hospital Kitchens or in Retirement Homes. For those students who are already working 500 or more hours, within one of these three work place settings can complete a prior learning assessment to challenge this placement through a portfolio. Students will be required to meet the pre-clinical placement requirements, including; first aid and CPR, health form completed by a physician (+ two-step TB test), N95 Mask Fit testing, and a Police Vulnerable Sector Screen.
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Health, Food & Medical

Take FDMG-1005 (Role of Food Service Worker) FDMG-2003 (Foodsafe) COMM-1076 (Customer Service/Communication) FDMG-1058 (Food Preparation & Service) FDMG-1008 (Special Diets) NUTR-1007 (Nutrition Throughout Lifecycle) SFTY-1056 (General Hlth & Safety Fld Plcm) ;

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