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Engineering and Related Technologies
Process and Resources Engineering
Food (excluding Seafood) Processing Technology
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The purpose of this qualification is to provide the dairy processing sectors with competent employees who have the skills and knowledge to assist with a range of core dairy processing tasks.
Learners will benefit by having a qualification within a training pathway that recognises progression through the dairy processing industry, as well as increased skills and knowledge acquisition to enable improved job performance and support career opportunities.
The dairy processing industry will benefit by having established standards of competent performance for dairy processing operations that can provide domestic and international markets with confidence in quality dairy products.
This qualification is targeted at entry level personnel in the dairy processing industry who want to further develop their skills, knowledge, and have career progression opportunities.
Graduates will be able to be employed and work as competent operators, under supervision in dairy processing operations.
The optional strand in this qualification recognises the knowledge required to understand the heat treatment and automated clean in place systems and cleaning efficiency testing in a dairy products processing plant.
Graduates of this qualification will be able to:
- Carry out basic milk processing operations.
- Comply with dairy processing quality assurance requirements including hygiene and food handling requirements.
- Comply with workplace safety and environmental requirements in a dairy processing operation.
- Work in a team in a dairy processing operation.
Graduates of the Automated Cleaning and Heat Treatment strand will also be able to:
- Comply with automated clean in place and basic heat treatment requirements in a dairy processing operation.
This qualification can lead to the New Zealand Certificate in Dairy Processing (Level 4) with strands in Cheese Making, Cream Products, Milk Powder, Milk Protein, Milk Treatment, and Milk Collection, with an optional strand in Automated Cleaning and Heat Treatment Operation [Ref: 2563].
Graduates of this qualification are likely to be employed as competent operators working under supervision, in dairy processing operations, producing such products as cheese, ice cream, milk powder, milk protein, drinking milk, or baker's yeast.
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Total Enrolments for New Zealand Certificate in Dairy Processing for 2015: 0, 2016: 0, 2017: 0 and 2018: 0
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