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Crown Barista Short Course

The Community Manager from Crown Institute of Studies

Back by popular demand! Our 1-day Barista Short Course has returned...

Date: Saturday, 10th June
Time: 10:00am - 3:00pm
Where: Crown Institute, 80 Anzac Ave, Auckland CBD
Cost: $149

Working in Hospitality? Tired of washing dishes or waiting tables? Keen to start your careers as a Barista?

If you are itching to start making coffee but feel you aren't getting the opportunity in your current job, we understand. Our one day barista workshop will give you the opportunity to finally perfect your brew. You will gain some valuable experience using the espresso machine, while learning about the basics of grinding beans, extracting espresso and stretching milk. This is the perfect chance to ask questions, and troubleshoot some common mis-steps when concocting the perfect brew.

Just fill out our online registration form below and make that first step to becoming a member of the Barista elite!

Register: go.crown.ac.nz...

Price: $149

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