NSW FSS Certificate – Recertification


SITXFSA005  Use hygienic practices for food safety
SITXFSA006 – Participate in safe food handling practices


This condensed FSS course is for those students who already hold a NSW Food Safety Supervisor (FSS) Certificate which is about to expire or has expired less than 90 days ago.  If your certificate expired more than 90 days ago, then this course is no longer available to you and you will need to complete the full Food Safety Supervisor course offered here at AIA.

Please note that this course is only available for students that currently hold the units as below. If your units are different to those below, then you would need to complete the full course as this recertification is not suitable for you.


Experienced students should be able to complete this course in just a couple of hours. No Third Party Observation and Video Evidence is required to complete this course, it is fully online. You will be required to provide evidence of your current/previous Statement of Attainment with appropriate FSS units and your NSW FSS Certificate.

NSW Food Safety Supervisor certificates expire five years from the date of issue. To be issued with a new certificate, you are required to renew your Food Safety Supervisor training. The NSW Food Authority has developed processes to assist individuals with a current or recently expired FSS certificate to allow for re-certification by completing a condensed version of the FSS course for certificate holders who meet the re-certification requirements as part of the learning and recognition pathway.

NOTE: This is a condensed FSS course, specifically designed for the re-certification of existing NSW Food Safety Supervisor students. Upon successful completion of this course, you will be issued a Statement of Attainment (with the latest Accredited Food Safety Supervisor units) and a NSW Food Safety Supervisor Certificate valid for an additional 5 years. 

* This price INCLUDES the $35.00 fee ($30 is the price the government charges to provide the certificate + $5 for printing and postage costs). the NSW FSS certificate (nothing more to pay)