Leveling or not: First of all Kaffa separated the training in three levels, primary, medium and advanced. Then they recognized that the primary level trainees cannot reach to the requirements of working baristas, only a kind of assistant, which is not applicable in China and many other cases. The advanced level require not only the training of primary and medium level, but also a couple of years of working experience. For this reason, Kaffa has only the medium level left and it is called “professional barista” training.
Schedules: This barista training courses is for 15 days, and three hours per day; the first two days is for theoretical training, and the following 12 days is for hands on learning and practicing, and the last day is for exam and checking. Each machine is for not more than 6 trainees.
Target: After this training, the trainees can immediately work as a professional barista and make good shots and coffee drinks in a “well setting up” working conditions.
Cost and location: This professional barista training cost $1560, in Beijing, Tianjin and Guangzhou.