BASIC BARISTA TRAINING

PHCA (Pacific Hospitality & Culinary Academy) offers internationally recognised Barista Curriculum here at Nepal. To meet the demand of highly skilled Baristas, PHCA  has joined hands with Beverage Standards Association (BSA) in UK to open the British Coffee School in Kathmandu, NepalThe course provided is accredited by the Association, which in itself is a British Government approved coffee qualification provider in the UK with course content and syllabus that is internationally recognized.

Good baristas aren’t born. They’re made. You will get an experience of hands-on one and a half hour course introducing participants to the skills needed to gain employment in a café or coffee shop. Students will learn about a range of different coffee styles (including cappuccino, café latte and long black), preparing and presenting coffee, as well as using and maintaining an espresso machine. 

The certification will be provided by  Beverage Standards Association UK in itself.

OVERVIEW
Where Training is conducted in British Coffee School which is equipped to meet industry standards at Setopool, Maitidevi, Kathmandu
Course Duration 3 weeks, this accounts to over 30 hours + of training.
Mode and Method of Delivery A complete package of structured training centre with theory and practical sessions and Australian based Coffee Machines, infrastructures and highly professional barista instructors. Other methods of delivery used are but not limited to activities, lectures, and technology based interactive learning
Assessments Assessments are combination of observation, discussion, written assignments, tests, practical observation in the training centre. Students are required to attend tests and practical assessments when scheduled.
When Make an enquiry and we will provide you with different option for the timings or visit www.britshcoffeeschool.com
UNITS

The student has to be a +2 Graduate or equivalent. Student must be at least 18 years of age.

The unit of competency comprising this Qualification includes the following:

UNIT UNIT DECRIPTION
Coffee knowledge 1. History of Coffee
2. Growing Regions
3. Processing 
4. Roasting
5. Cupping/Tasting
Product KnowledgeAdditional, Coffee related products; Skill Practice
Barista Skills1. Bar Orientation, Equipment
2. Pulling Shots and Steaming Milk
3. Drink Making and Troubleshooting
4. Equipment maintenance 
5. Skill Practice
Customer Service1. Interpersonal Skills
2. The customer interaction process
3. Skill Practice
FEES AND CHARGES

Please contact the college to receive an indicative price and your suitable payment options for this course. 

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