- Minimum 10+ 2 or A Levels passed
- English skills (Course will be taught in English, with explanation in Nepali, when required)
What does the qualification cover?
The qualification centers on coffee and in particular espresso; however it also incorporates filter coffee; tea; chocolate; juices and smoothies. Four areas of learning are explored:
- The background to the raw materials
- How to produce the range of drinks
- How to operate, care for and maintain the machinery
- Customer Service
The information is passed on through a minimum of 36 hours classroom time as well as practice in the Training Cafe, before practical and written assessments take place.
The training course lasts for 3 weeks – 6 days a week, 2 hours a day.
The students will receive 2 different certificates
- 1 Training attendance certificate from British Coffee School for attending the training
- 1 Qualification certificate from Beverage Standards Association – BSA UK after passing the assessments
Qualification certificate comes from UK only – it is not issued in Nepal. After passing the assessments, qualified students will get their certificate within 3 weeks in Nepal or if they have already left for abroad then BSA UK will send the certificate directly to their new address from UK.
What can I do after the course?
This qualification will lead towards employment within the catering and hospitality industry.
Since this is a recognized industry qualification, the candidates are able to progress to further Hospitality courses.