AMPMSY303- Conduct ante-mortem inspection and make disposition

Original price was: $1,100.00.Current price is: $660.00.

AMPMSY303 – Conduct ante-mortem inspection and make disposition (Release 1)

This unit describes the skills and knowledge required to detect abnormalities and diseases in at least one of the major food animal species (ovine, bovine or porcine) prior to slaughter.

This unit applies to individuals who carry out work as a meat inspector or a meat safety officer in facilities where animals are processed for food for human or pet consumption according to the relevant Australian Standard.

All work must be carried out to comply with workplace and departmental procedures, according to state/territory health and safety and animal welfare regulations, legislation and standards that apply to the workplace.

Individuals who work as meat inspectors must comply with the requirements of local/state/territory authorities, and where applicable the Australian Government export Authority. Users must check with the relevant regulatory authority before delivery.

SKU: AMPMSY303- Conduct ante-mortem inspection and make disposition Category: Tag:


AMP – Australian Meat Processing Training Package Unit of Competency.

Status: Pre-order* 

* Products marked as pre-order are not immediately available. We will develop these training and assessment materials to order. Contact Us to confirm development timescale.

You will receive the following in editable Microsoft Word and PowerPoint format.

  • Learner Guide
  • Learner Guide With Images
  • Learner Assessment Workbook, including:
    • Written/Verbal Questions
    • Element Practical Assessments
    • Whole Unit Practical Assessment
    • Observation Checklists
  • Assessor Guide
  • Assessment Mapping Document
  • PowerPoint (Headings Only)
  • Delivery Session Plan
  • Assessment Validation Template
  • RPL Kit (Additional Cost)

Our training and assessment resources are designed to be as efficient as possible and to provide your learners with simple, direct and informative content to enable them to meet the knowledge evidence, performance evidence, performance criteria and foundations skills with minimal involvement from your trainers. This means less work for your RTO and a better experience for your learners.

Our licence agreement includes complete freedom to edit the materials as you see fit and all of our RTO resources are provided in Word and PowerPoint format to facilitate this.

Our licence agreement also permits you to use the training and assessment materials for as many learners as you want. You can also upload the content of the training and assessment resources into a Learning Management System (LMS) to create engaging on-line learning courses.

Please note that purchased RTO training and assessment materials need to be contextualised by your RTO before use. We provide all of the required content and cover all of the conditions of the unit of competency within our resources. However, to be compliant with the RTO Standards, you are required to contextualise the resources to make them relevant to your RTOs target industry, learners and training and Assessment Strategy.

Product Samples are available here