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Suitable for people working in Hospitality who are directly involved in the preparation, production, and handling of food.
The Food Handling Course B is suitable for people who are directly involved in the preparation, production, and handling of food such as chefs, pastry chefs, butchers, teachers, and childcarers working with children in schools. It is also suitable for those who are indirectly involved with food such as stewards, stewardesses, waiters, bar staff, cleaners, and cashiers.
The course is delivered in collaboration with The Food Systems, who are licensed by the Food Safety Commission of Malta to deliver courses to the public.
For anyone looking to start their career within the interior department onboard a superyacht, then you would certainly be advised to start here. The Interior Hospitality Yacht Training | Level 1 course, based on the GUEST Introduction training, will give anyone a huge advantage to both finding the right employment as well bringing the relevant skills and value to a first onboard positon.More Information
Radio communications certificate of operators – Specifications of minimum standard of knowledge, understanding and proficiency for RT (VHF only) Operators (S.L. 399.35)More Information
The Course is designed for shore-based personnel working in the Malta Port Authority, within the Ship Agency Services sector, or as Freight Forwarding Agents, Terminal Operators and other maritime related service providers.More Information
On completion of this course the trainee should be able to recognize all dangers associated to mooring operation in marine terminal; moreover a candidate will be able to identify crucial principals that he shall follow in order to keep his position safe whilst rendering the maximum possible efficiency to a vessel being moored. Upon successful completion of the training, trainees shall be expected to have gained additional knowledge about the work being carried out be those onboard the vessel.More Information