This course includes the following unit standards:
- 17284: Demonstrate knowledge of coffee heritage and production
- 17288: Prepare and present espresso beverages for service.
You will use the Service IQ workbook and assessment for units 17284 and 17288. Upon successful completion of these two units, you will receive an Otago Polytechnic Certificate of Achievement.
Trish Wilson will run this short course.
Trish has more than twenty five years’ experience working in the hospitality industry, both in New Zealand and in Europe.
During this time, Trish has worked as an Executive Chef in three busy cafés, has owned her own catering business and managed her own café. Over the years she has made many coffees and learnt many skills and tips by working alongside some highly-skilled Baristas.
Trish has many years of Otago Polytechnic Catering and Barista lecturing experience at both the Central Otago and Dunedin campuses. She also teaches on our Trades Academy Hospitality programme for high school students which includes Food Safety and Barista courses. Trish has also trained front of house students to a national level for the Toque D’Or competition which is held in Auckland each year.
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