SCA – Introduction to coffee

If you are new to the coffee industry and want to get an overview to start your career, then the Introduction to Coffee module is perfect.

The module chart coffees journey from its origins in Ethiopia through to the major commodity it is today, enjoyed by millions.

It looks into the processes that coffee goes through, from the cherries being picked on farms all over the world, the various processing methods used to extract the beans, and eventually how the roaster develops the flavours we love.

Finally it gives an overview of the various brewing methods we choose to make our coffee, with a few key standards to uphold.

As well as the theory you will get to try a “coffee cupping” to taste some of the various and wonderful flavours coffee has to offer.

The course provides you with the key information to enable you to sit your Introduction to Coffee certification that consists of a short practical exam and a written exam (25 questions with a pass rate of 60% required). Successful students will be awarded 10 points towards the SCAE Coffee Diploma.

Courses normally last half a day.

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SCA – INTRODUCTION TO COFFEE

 

If you are new to the coffee industry and want to get an overview to start your career, then the Introduction to Coffee module is perfect.

The module chart coffees journey from its origins in Ethiopia through to the major commodity it is today, enjoyed by millions.

It looks into the processes that coffee goes through, from the cherries being picked on farms all over the world, the various processing methods used to extract the beans, and eventually how the roaster develops the flavours we love.

Finally it gives an overview of the various brewing methods we choose to make our coffee, with a few key standards to uphold.

As well as the theory you will get to try a “coffee cupping” to taste some of the various and wonderful flavours coffee has to offer.

The course provides you with the key information to enable you to sit your Introduction to Coffee certification that consists of a short practical exam and a written exam (25 questions with a pass rate of 60% required). Successful students will be awarded 10 points towards the SCA Coffee Diploma.

Courses normally last half a day.

Ask for info