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Butchery courses

Do you know your rump from your rib eye, and want a career that's a cut above?

With TAFE NSW's Butchery courses you will get hands-on, practical knowledge of the industry, right through from paddock to plate.

Upon course completion,you'll be able to work in many different roles within the meat processing industry, confident that the skills you learned at our Specialist Training Centres will set you up for a successful, lifelong career.

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Statement of Attainment in Restaurant Butchery

Course code: 161-80908V01

This Statement of attainment is for people employed in the food service industry who would like to expand their skills and knowledge in restaurant butchery. Over the four Master Classes you will learn how to break down and prepare primals of lamb carcase, and primals of a beef carcase.

Statement of Attainment in Game Harvester

Course code: 357-R1200V01

This Skill Set meets the industry requirements for game harvesters who harvest wild game animals with or without firearms including possums, camels, horses, deer, feral goats and wild boar, for further processing. It is a course requirement that some skills are demonstrated in an operating game depot or in the field, with a licensed game meat harvester.

Statement of Attainment in Smallgoods Production

Course code: 161-80909V02

This Smallgoods production short course is designed for those who want a hands on approach to the production of select smallgoods products from around the globe, learning some tricks of the trade whilst following strict hygiene regulations. You will learn from industry leaders and also meet others with a similar passion, all in the state of the art' Centre of Excellence' facility at Granville TAFE SWSi. No previous experience required

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