You must be Year 11, 12 or 13.
- Unit Standard 17285: Demonstrate Knowledge of Espresso Coffee Equipment and Recipes and Prepare Espresso Beverages under Supervision (Level 2) (4 credits)
- Unit Standard 17284: Coffee Origin and Production (Level 3) (4 credits)
There must be a minimum of 6 students for this course to run and a maximum of 8.
How to apply
Talk to your school's Career Advisor who will contact Otago Polytechnic directly on your behalf.
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 0800 765 9276 for more information and to arrange enrolment of the student.
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