You can’t keep a good student association down!
The BSA is working from home, and working to make Uni life better and brighter for you.
Here’s what you need to know this week.
Food Handler’s Certificate
The BSA are seeking Expressions of Interest in running an online Food Handler’s Certificate.
If you’re keen, please let us the team know by filling out an Expression of Interest form on their website.
The course is will be partially subsidised to a very low entry fee by BSA and will be a nationally recognised certificate. You might need the qualification for work, or to get involved at your community group. Maybe you just want to learn more about kitchen hygiene.
The course covers topics including:
- Legal requirements of food safety;
- How to prevent food spoilage;
- Pest and waste control;
- Cause and effect of food poisoning;
- Food handling practices;
- Storage of food;
- Personal hygiene
Advocacy & Support Services
Your student advocate serving you despite the campus closure.
The BSA Advocate, Michelle Barton, will listen, help work out problems, talk with your lecturer, and more.
Now available by Zoom, telephone or email.
Get in touch with Michelle on firstname.lastname@example.org or 0413 430 822.