This is the first of the SCA Coffee Skills Program and a great base for anyone new to coffee
AM courses 09:30 - 13:00
Origin Coffee Roasters, 84 Scoresby Street, Southwark, London, SE1 0XN.
Maximum of four people on a course. No minimum number for courses to run.
If there are no suitable dates showing, please contact us for further information.
The history of coffee from its origin to present day.
The basics of the bean.
Coffee processing and flavour.
Insights into roasting.
The principles of brewing.
The coffee shop menu.
Please note that a learner number will be required to attend this course and can be organised through visiting http://scae.com/registration and clicking 'Become a Learner' to begin the registration process. It is free to register. Please state your learner number in the notes when checking out and bring it with you when attending the course.
SCA Certification Fee:
The Speciality Coffee Association (SCA) is the globally accredited organisation that represents coffee professionals all over the world. This course is included in their SCA Coffee Skills Program which consists of six specialist modules. If you choose a certified course, you will earn 5 points towards your SCA Coffee Skills Program.
Please state your member number in the notes when checking out and bring it with you when attending the course.
- A short practical test and a written exam (25questions with a pass rate of 60% required).
- As of the 20thAugust 2019, written exams will now be taken online. After completing the course, you will receive an email within 5 days that includes a link to the written exam. You will have 21 days to complete the exam and will be notified immediately of your result.
What do I need to bring to the course?
- Learner number
- SCA member number (Only if certified course selected)
Please state the following in the notes when purchasing the course:
- Learner number
- SCA member number (Only if certified course selected