HSN311 - Food and Nutrition Practicum
|Year||2017 unit information|
|Enrolment modes:||Trimester 2: Burwood (Melbourne)|
This unit is only available to students enrolled in H315 OR H300 students completing the Nutrition major sequence (MJ-H000007) or Food Studies major sequence (MJ-H000003).
Students can only enrol in this unit after they have received approval from the unit chair.
Dominique Condo and Jennifer McCann
Must have completed a minimum of 4 HSNxxx units of which at least two must be at level 2. For food industry practicum students, it is recommended that students complete HSN204 and HSN206 from the Food Science major sequence.
Minimum of 100 hours on-site training
Application process: Eligible H300 and H315 students will receive an email mid-August to submit their expression of interest to apply into this unit; application instructions will be included in the email. Please note that the closing date to submit your application is 5 pm on Wednesday 21 September 2016.
This is a minimum 100 hours on-site training program involving skills development in the broad areas of food and nutrition with topical areas addressed in this unit involving one or more of the following: project analysis in an area of food production, marketing, innovative product formulation, quality assurance, food regulation and analysis, nutritional panel analysis, database development, food service, nutrition policy, nutrition education, community nutrition, surveys and research.
Assessment task 1: Placement preparation and application (1200 words)
Assessment task 2: Project proposal (600 words)
Assessment task 3: Placement summary report (1000 words written and 3 minute multimedia component, plus industry supervisor report)
To achieve an ungraded pass in this unit all assessment tasks must reach Ungraded Pass
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