**CANCELLED** Intermediate Course in Brewing and Barista Skills | Topeca Instruments Division |Tulsa, OK | October 16-20, 2017
This course covers both Intermediate level Barista Skills and Brewing, and is designed for a person who ideally has 6 months or more in the cafe, and is looking to hone more advanced skills and understanding in the key concepts involved in specialty coffee brewing and espresso preparation.
Over 5 days we will cover core skills and knowledge in:
Brewing Intermediate: Designed to introduce the concept of scientifically measuring coffee extraction and to explore the elements of coffee brewing, this course helps the coffee professional manipulate brew techniques to improve coffee quality.
Barista Intermediate: Designed to test key core and more advanced skills and understanding, expected from a competent barista. Successful candidates should be able to dial in a brew recipe, make a full range of drinks with quality and speed, as well as understand the basic requirements for customer service and cafe maintenance.
This 5-day course includes 24 hrs of hands-on course work, and a 6-8 hr day of exams. Brewing and Barista Foundation are recommended (but not required) prerequisites for this course.
Hosted By: Topeca Instruments Division
Location: 1235 E Admiral Blvd Tulsa, OK
Date & Time: October 16-20, 2017; see registration link for specific times
Instructor: Tyler Ray Duncan
Tyler began his career in specialty coffee as a barista for Topeca Coffee Roasters in early 2014. He has worn many hats in the span of his time with the company, including events coordinator and lead trainer. He now manages the Topeca Instruments Division lab. Tyler is a Specialized Instructor and Lead Examiner, a member of the Pathways Committee, and often quotes Narnia when you most expect it. You can find him at BGA Camps, Expo, instructing in Tulsa, or feasting at Mr. Tacos.
Tuition and Registration: CLICK HERE to visit the host's website for complete information on pricing and registration.
- Please also create a profile on SCA.coffee so your class credits and exam scores can be recorded by SCA and applied to SCA certificate programs. You can create a profile HERE.
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