Barista Training (One day course)
Barista Training (One day course)

Barista Training (One day course)

Community Course

 

It's a delightful experience to go into a well-run café and enjoy a beautiful coffee
A quality cup of espresso coffee is 50% barista skills, 25% well maintained espresso equipment and 25% roast and blend. A confident barista has the power to get customers into your café, and return custom is what everyone’s goal for a successful business venture should be.

This is a one day training session on how to achieve "The Perfect Cup"

 

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Key Details
Gore
Qualification:
Short Course
Level:
Short Course
Duration:

Monday 9am-3pm

Study Modes:
On Campus
Dates:

2020

12 October 2020

16 November 2020

Fees:

Please note this programme is not Government funded and the Zero Fees Scheme does not apply.  Cost is $90 (incl GST) which will be invoiced to you on enrolment. Fees must be paid before you commence the programme.

It's a delightful experience to go into a well-run café and enjoy a beautiful coffee. A quality cup of espresso coffee is 50% barista skills, 25% well maintained espresso equipment and 25% roast and blend. A confident barista has the power to get customers into your café, and return custom is what everyone’s goal for a successful business venture should be.

This is a one day training session on how to achieve "The Perfect Cup"

You will learn: “The Perfect Cup”
coffee blends and roasts
how to extract the perfect espresso
how to achieve a 30ml extraction in 25-30 seconds (this is the cornerstone of espresso)
how to texture milk effectively (creamy, silky, shiny milk)
how to keep coffee fresh (stale coffee = compromised crema and no aroma)
espresso recipes
how to maintain and clean the espresso machine and grinder
You will learn about:
  • coffee blends and roasts
  • how to extract the perfect espresso
  • how to achieve a 30ml extraction in 25-30 seconds (this is the cornerstone of espresso)
  • how to texture milk effectively (creamy, silky, shiny milk)
  • how to keep coffee fresh (stale coffee = compromised crema and no aroma)
  • espresso recipes
  • how to maintain and clean the espresso machine and grinder.

Please contact the Gore Campus for enquiries or to register your attendance

Phone: 03 208 9833
Email: margie.halford@sit.ac.nz
cheryl.muir@sit.ac.nz

Phone: 03 208 9833

Email: margie.halford@sit.ac.nz or cheryl.muir@sit.ac.nz

Monday 9am-3pm

Venue: SIT Gore Campus, 70 Kakapo Street - Room 8

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