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Baking for a Better Business

Course Code: CM110

Validated by: £75

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Overview

This course is split into 2 parts to access as much or as little to suit you and your business. If you are just looking to be able to produce what you already make to a higher standard, the Introduction to Baking for the Café/Bistro course will be suitable, however if you want to push the boundaries and offer a mixed and varied cakes and sweets menu then this course will be the right course for you.

How will the course be delivered?

Through classroom based activities alongside a tutor and other delegates at a similar level.

What Will I Study?

Developed and perfected over years in the industry our professional patisserie chef will be with you throughout the course giving you the time and space away from your business to learn how to make and bake various breads, cakes and pastry products at the highest level.

This will include a selection of the following choux, sweet and short, biscuits, Genoese and fresh cream gateaux. You will be instructed in the pitfalls of what can so easily go wrong, how to identify it and how to put it right so that you can create the perfect coffee accompaniment every time!

You will then be able to offer your customers a truly delicious bespoke treat made by you that everyone will enjoy and return for time after time. This will no doubt raise your standards and enable you to offer a range of sweet and cake products that will be the envy of your competitors.

Entry Requirements

There are no entry criteria other than a keen interest in this subject.

Progression

There are many other catering and hospitality courses on our website, click here for further information.

Qualification Achieved

You will receive a Blackburn College Certificate of Attendance.

Other Information

How much does it cost?

The course is priced at £75.00 per delegate (prices are subject to change).

Course dates

Wednesdays – 5th November to 19th November 2014
Times – 6.00 pm to 9.00 pm