Barista – and food handling

Barista accredited course

We are currently rejigging our arrangement with the course

Make & Serve Espresso Coffee is an accredited course recognised by the hospitality industry.

Over 6 hours you will learn all the core aspects of espresso creation and how to put them together to make fine coffee.

To book, click here.

With expert training from John Ellis, you will gain a qualification recognised across Australia.

Do the prerequisite food-handling course in your own time. Use Hygienic Practices For Food Safety is a prerequisite for this class – if you don’t already have this unit (or its equivalent) you will receive a workbook and manual to complete before the day of the Barista class. Your trainer will check your workbook during the course of the day.

It’s all about the coffee. Whether you’re after a job in a cafe or simply searching for espresso excellence, this course is for you. We have developed this course to not only tick the boxes required to get the qualification – trainer John Ellis is also passionate about the quality of the coffee you make.

Accreditation: Make & Serve Espresso Coffee SITFAB204 – plus the pre-requisite course Use Hygienic Practices For Food Safety SITXFSA101.

100 points of ID required.

When: Saturday 13 August 2016, 9.30am-3.30pm (or a little later). If you can’t make this class, contact us to get priority for the next one.

Where: Dungog Festival Lounge, 224 Dowling St, Dungog.

Cost:
Adults: $195 for both Make & Serve Espresso and Use Hygienic Practices For Food Safety; $140 for only Make & Serve Espresso Coffee (ie you already have a food handling certificate that meets current criteria).
Youth (still at school or under 18) through Dungog Shire Community Centre – $30. We will need to pass your details to the Youth Service Facilitator after you’ve booked your spot.

Unique Student Identifier number: you will NEED THIS before you can receive your certificate. If you don’t already have a USI, please apply through www.usi.gov.au It’s quick and it’s free. The USI has been compulsory since 1 Jan 2015.

Do you already have the prerequisite course? Use Hygienic Practices For Food Safety SITXFSA101 has previously been known by a variety of names, including “Follow workplace hygiene procedures”. Contact us if you don’t have the exact course SITXFSA101. Please bring your Statement Of Attainment or other record to the Barista course.

What to wear: Wear comfortable clothes and closed-in shoes. There’s a practical segment to the course. Please bring ID on the day as well.

Breaks and food: please bring your own light lunch. There will also be a short break with tea, coffee and biscuits supplied.

Note: Places are limited for this course. We run approximately 10 Barista classes a year. Email us (Contact Us) above citing Barista to get put on the waiting list.

This is now required for any accredited course in Australia.

This is now required for any accredited course in Australia.

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