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Introduction to Espresso coffee

DATES:  Tuesday 6 February

TIME:  6:00pm – 9:00pm

DURATION:  1 x 3 hour session

COST: $110

LOCATION: The Roxburgh

Held in conjunction with Roxburgh House Café, this course is ideal for anyone wanting to develop skills and knowledge in making espresso coffee for personal development and/or employment opportunities. Participants will develop a basic understanding of the coffee experience including extraction, history of coffee and milk texturing.

This training is interactive with hands-on experience using a commercial coffee machine.

 

Enrolment and Fees:  All enrolments must be confirmed by payment of fees.  Fees will be refunded in full if SGAE cancels a course due to insufficient numbers.  If a student cancels within 3 days of course commencing, a 10% administration fee will be charged.  No fees will be refunded once classes commence.

The student tuition fees as published are subject to change given individual circumstances at enrolment.


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