Barista Course Adelaide
Barista Course Adelaide’s (STC) expert trainers are real coffee enthusiasts. Because we know the Adelaide coffee industry inside and out, we can help you find your place in it. So take your passion for coffee to the next level with our professional barista training in Adelaide.
Complete Barista Training Adelaide – Pro Barista Course
Pro Barista – Complete Barista Training is an all in one intensive course that gives you all the food safety and barista skills to become a fully qualified barista. Specifically, we’ll take you through the essentials of food hygiene followed by the science, art and techniques needed to create amazing coffee.
First, we’ll cover how to set up a workstation. Then you’ll learn how to select and grind beans. Next, we show you exactly how to tamp coffee to make the perfect cup of coffee. Working with the sort of commercial equipment you will find in the workplace, you’ll go on to adjust the machine to extract the perfect coffee flavour. Finally, you’ll learn how to pour and present beautiful coffees. Together with food hygiene knowledge, our training will give you the practical coffee skills that the hospitality industry is looking for.
Available Courses in Adelaide
Barista Pro will equip you with the skills and competence to enter the profession with the confidence you deserve! This class is appropriate for students of all levels.
This course is suitable for everyone, so let us introduce you to the world of coffee. We will discuss everything from the history of the coffee bean to the crafting of champion-level latte art.
Our nationally accredited programme will be run by an experienced barista trainer who will teach you the essentials you’ll need to succeed in the coffee industry.
Course Duration – 5 Hours
The length of the course – The course is five hours long, beginning at 9:00 am and concluding at 2:30 pm, including a 30-minute lunch break. The first half of this course is dedicated to coffee training, while the second focuses on latte art.
Maximum students per class – 8
Skill level – Suitable for beginners and amateur baristas.
Cost – The course costs $149.00 **(Latte Art Included In This Package).
The location of the course –The training is held on Level 2, 45 Grenfell Street in Adelaide. A parking lot is available nearby, for a moderate cost.
Certificates – Certificates will be issued at the end of the course as confirmation of attendance and completion.
What I’ll Gain:
First half: Coffee Training (9 am – 12 pm)
Our coffee training class aims to educate students about the coffee industry from bean to cup. The purpose is to teach knowledge and practical skills to persons interested in working in the coffee industry or to coffee enthusiasts looking to enhance their understanding of coffee. In general, our curriculum for coffee training includes the following:
- In this hands-on barista class; students will learn how to make some of the most popular types of coffee, including but not limited to:
Espresso(Short black): A powerful, concentrated coffee created by pushing hot water through finely-ground coffee beans.
Ristretto: An intense espresso shot produced with less water and more coffee than a standard espresso shot.
Short Macchiato: It consists of an espresso shot with a thin layer of frothed milk on top.
Long Macchiato: It is a double shot of coffee with a thin layer of frothed milk on top.
Long Black: A double shot of espresso poured into a cup of hot water, producing a strong, robust coffee with a smooth finish.
Cappuccino: A traditional cappuccino is made with equal parts espresso and frothed milk sprinkled with chocolate.
Café Latte: A coffee drink created with espresso and steamed milk, topped with a thin layer of milk foam.
Piccolo Latte (also called a Bongo): A smaller version of a café latte, made with a shot of espresso and a small amount of steamed milk and offered in a small glass. The coffee-to-milk ratio is the same as in a café latte, but the smaller serving size means a more concentrated flavour.
Mocha(Mochaccino): An espresso blend with melted chocolate and warmed milk.
A Flat White: It is a non-foamed coffee made with espresso and textured milk.
- Learn about coffee’s prodigious past and bright future, from planting to gathering to delivery to cafes.
- Improve your professional communication skills by learning the coffee industry terms you’ll need to sound professional on the job.
- Learn workplace management, including how to keep a work environment clean, organised, and trash-free.
- An introduction to coffee roasting at the artisan level.
- Recognise the significance of coffee recipes and the important sensory attributes at various extraction stages. Gain the expertise needed to create the perfect cup of espresso. Discover how to balance flavour by adjusting dose size, grind fineness, brewing temperature, and water volume.
- The significance of proper dosage and tamping to achieve the best espresso extraction (along with tasting for good measure)
- The steaming milk process – including an in-depth walkthrough on how to steam various milk types. Learn how to always produce milk with a smooth consistency.
- The science and art of making diverse milk foam textures in café drinks.
- Calibrate the grinder to the correct coffee formula, as well as perfecting the art of portafilter loading (which go hand in hand). The dismantling and reassembly of a grinder are included in this. Learn how the size of the grind changes how the coffee is extracted.
- Work according to the standard operating procedures and practices common to busy cafes.
- Evaluate the various types of non-dairy milk alternatives currently accessible to the business.
- Learn how to make different kinds of coffee and other café drinks.
- Learn how to perform machine maintenance and routine cleaning on various machines and accessories. This will require you to acquire knowledge of how to perform machine maintenance. Grinders, group heads, milk jugs, portafilters, and drip trays are all included in this category.
Lunch: (12:00 pm – 12:30 pm)
There are several restaurants within a short distance of the venue. Students are also encouraged to bring their lunches for the day.
Second Half: Latte Art (12:30 pm – 2:30 pm)
Latte Art will provide you with the knowledge and training to enter your chosen field with the self-assurance you need. This course requires no prior knowledge or experience. Our instruction in the latte arts will centre on the following:
- Instructions for Steaming Milk and Making Espresso
- Methods for creating foam and varying the consistency of milk
- The art of pouring lattes into decorative patterns
- Upkeep of milk-steaming and espresso-making machines
- Practice sessions for perfecting the art of pouring
- Instruction on latte art presentation and service
- Coffee shop hygiene regulations
- The art and science of making lattes
- How to fix the most frequent latte art problems
- Advanced pouring for more complex designs
Everything covered in this lecture can be used immediately in your professional or personal life.
A key part of this course is putting theory into practice. Under the supervision of our seasoned educator, use the preceding tips and tricks to fine-tune your latte art creations.
Course Documentation And Other Materials – Students will have access to a wealth of online materials to use as they prepare for our classes. To avoid stumbles falls, and slips and to protect your feet from falling objects or scorching coffee, please ensure you wear shoes that totally enclose your feet.
Cancellations And Refunds – If a fee reimbursement is required, students who withdraw from a course must contact us as soon as possible (by calling (08) 8317 5113 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org). Once we receive notification, we will issue a refund for the portion of training that remains unfinished- although we normally cannot issue a refund once the course has commenced. We reserve the right to keep the money for any course component completed prior to the student’s notification. For additional information, please view our detailed policies and conditions.
What You’ll Learn in our Barista Training Adelaide
Our barista training gives you the coffee knowledge and practical hands-on experience you’ll need to launch your barista career. That’s why we deliberately keep our classes small to guarantee all our clients a fully immersive training experience. So the result is that you’ll get to practise and experiment with all the different elements of coffee grinders and espresso coffee machines. What’s more, you get to do this in an open and friendly learning environment. The following details some of the course content:
Food Safety, including:
- Hygiene essentials
- Safe food handling procedures
- How to identify food hazards & unsafe practices
- How to prevent food contamination and cross-contamination
Coffee Making Organisation in a Busy Café Environment, specifically:
- How to organise & prepare a workstation for fast and efficient workflow in the busiest cafes
- Understanding and selecting coffee beans, blends and roasts
- Storage of coffee beans
- Placement and location of coffee making equipment & accessories
Coffee Machine Operations, particularly:
- How to operate a grinder and enhance flavours by adjusting grinds and dosing
- The art & science of espresso extraction including the selection of filters, tampers, dosing, brew ratios and the crema
- Quality control and how to adjust flavour, taste and intensity to create the best coffee around
- Steaming and texturing different types of milk to create the perfect microfoam
- How to make a complete menu of espresso-based beverages including cafe latte, flat whites, long blacks, espresso, cappuccino, piccolo latte, mocha and ristretto.
Serving, Pouring & Presentation of Coffee:
- How to help and advise customers on coffee selections
- Cupping and presentation standards
- Milk pouring techniques including pushing, dragging and wiggling
Cleaning & Maintaining a Commercial Espresso Machine:
- General cleaning techniques including purging the steam wand and flushing the head
- Troubleshooting common faults
- General maintenance
- Machine calibration