Brewing Professional - email us for next schedule - Non-SCA Member

Brewing Professional

£780.00
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Non-SCA Member

Designed for mastery of coffee brewing, coffee development head, and other coffee professional. The professional level course builds upon the concepts and skills introduced in the Brewing Intermediate course. Learners take a deeper and more scientific look at the Essential Elements of Good Brewing, what happens when brewing parameters are manipulated, and how to master navigation of the coffee brewing control chart. Learners will gain a deeper understanding of water and its impact on brewing, specifically utilizing the ideals of aim, measure, and treatment. The most powerful tools that a professional brewer possesses is an analytical mind and the ability to process and manipulate a multitude of changing variables. These variables help the brewer to understand how best to interpret the information and then offer a solution or opinion that will improve the coffee quality, service, and delivery for their clients.


Acceptance of students not studied our Foundation and Intermediate Courses, will be evaluated and assessed individually, to ensure meeting of requirement to SCA Professional Level.



*The course is accredited under SCA’s Coffee Skills Program, and conducted by AST/ SCA authorised trainer. SCA Certificate is an option which SCA would charge the students for its accreditation. SCA accreditation fee ranges from EUR 80 to EUR 340.
**Student who selected for the certificate option - SCA Certificate, and successfully completed the course/ passed the examination, will be awarded the SCA certificate. The SCA certificate is a professional standard recognised in the coffee industry. However if you select incorrect certificate option or SCA member type, you may not be issued certificate until correct course fee is paid.
**The certificate option - Course Only - does not include SCA accreditation. This is the course only option, for those who don't need accreditation. The course content is the same, but students would not attend SCA examination.