pstam Senior Member Joined: 27 Jan 2004 Posts: 2,349 Location: Beijing Expertise: Professional
Espresso: ECM, SAN MARCO, EURO 2000 Grinder: MAZZER Vac Pot: YES Drip: YES Roaster: YES, HOME STYLE
Posted Mon May 20, 2013, 9:40pm Subject: Re: Barrista Training in Edmonton
It is rather different for drip coffee and espresso and its based beverages. If you are interested in drip coffee only, you may not need a training, but only to read the posts here may help a lot. But if you are interested in espresso and its based beverages, it might be more difficult than professionals. Or if you like more about the progressive procedure of learning or if you do not need high-end qualified espresso but mixed with a lot of milk for drinking, some kind of training or even the posts here in these forums can help a lot. I don't know if there are many training organizations or not there. Local people can help, I am sure. Or, if not find, you can contact the member here "Lixiaona", appeared in the post ""We have a trainee in Vancouver, who can give her a chance to try?"", for some kind of help.
Peter in Beijing ------------------- http://www.kaffa.cn/ ------------------- I am looking for the way and the place to extend our trainning courses.
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