Description

This full day course covers the basic skills and knowledge needed to extract and serve espresso coffee using commercial equipment. With one coffee machine and grinder per student, this small and hands-on course is perfect for beginners who want to enter the hospitality industry, or baristas who wish to improve on their existing skills.

Espresso Coffee Making course includes:

  • A brief history of coffee
  • Selecting and grinding coffee
  • Extracting espresso
  • Texturing milk
  • Preparing and organising the work area
  • Service and presentation
  • Cleaning and maintaining espresso machines

This course incorporates the nationally accredited unit of competency ‘Prepare and serve espresso coffee’ (SITHFAB012B) by the Australian National Training Authority. Upon successful completion of the course you will be issued with a Certificate of Attendance. To gain a Certificate of Attainment in the preparation and service of espresso coffee you will be required to undertake 30 hours of industry experience, followed by a formal assessment at the SA Coffee Academy. Formal assessment is a 1 hour session, subject to demand.

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Class Schedule

Duration: 7 Hours

What you will learn
  • A brief history of coffee
  • Selecting and grinding coffee
  • Extracting espresso
What you will get
  • The skills and knowledge needed to extract and serve espresso coffee using commercial equipment
  • Students will receive a copy of the training manual ‘Barista Techniques’ by John Doyle to take home with them
  • One coffee machine and grinder per student

What to bring
  • Just your interest to learn!
What to wear

Casual with closed shoes


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Australian Coffee Academy

Vendor sincce 2017

The Australian Coffee Academy (previously known as the SA Coffee Academy) is Adelaide’s leading facility for professional barista training and coffee courses. Originally located on Rundle Street in Kent Town, the SA Coffee Academy was established back in 2003 by Tourism and Training South Australia (TTSA). Brian Raslan came on board with the Academy and ran his first course in late 2003. However, in September 2005, the Government of South Australia took a new direction by launching a coffee school at the Regency TAFE campus, resulting in the closure of the Academy.

Brian saw the opportunity in continuing the SA Coffee Academy brand, and took over the business and continued to offer professional barista training from 2005 onwards. The Academy was firstly relocated to a space in Flinders Street, Adelaide, before finding it’s permanent home on Gawler Place in 2006.

From this time on, Brian has set an industry standard in coffee training in Adelaide and around the country, successfully running small classes in Espresso Coffee Making, Coffee Art and more. In 2017 the SA Coffee Academy officially transitioned to the Australian Coffee Academy as the business broadens its horizons for endless possibilities in the coffee industry in Australia.

With a commitment to sharing passion and knowledge for coffee and the Adelaide hospitality scene, Brian and his industry trainers take pride in delivering small, hands-on classes with a focus on current industry trends to ensure each student goes home feeling confident in their coffee skills and techniques.

Whether you are new to the industry and want to enter at a high-skill level, are currently employed and wish to improve on your existing skills, are a home user or simply want to learn more about the world of coffee, we have the course for you!

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Cancelation & Refund Policy

Cancellations made less than 7 days prior to the course will be refunded 50% of the course payment received. Cancellations made within 24 hours of the course are non-refundable

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Terms & Conditions

Students partaking in any courses at the Australian Coffee Academy or organised by the Australian Coffee Academy must agree to the following terms and conditions. The Australian Coffee Academy reserves the right to cancel or change the date and time of any course and refund payment at any time. 

The Australian Coffee Academy is not responsible for filling a position in any course if you are unable to attend due to any circumstances. However, you are able to send a substitute to any course in your place if you wish, as long as you have informed the Australian Coffee Academy of this change prior to the event and provide the name of the substitute attendee. 

Transfers to the same course run by the Australian Coffee Academy on a different date are allowed if there are positions left in the course and the course is the same price. 

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