SCHOOLS SHORT COURSE

Introduction to Breadmaking - Royal Adelaide Show special

Description

Do you love the smell of fresh bread straight from the oven?  Want to be part of the Royal Adelaide Show?
This course covers the skills and knowledge required to provide assistance in the preparing, mixing, and baking of dough to produce bread products, including:
basic principles of bread baking, including processes such as mixing and producing, dividing and shaping, moulding dough to final shape, final proving dough, and baking bread, 
characteristics of ingredients and storage requirements, 
settings, operating requirements, and safety features of equipment used,
methods used to confirm accuracy of measuring equipment used,
time, temperature and humidity on the bread baking processes & required characteristics of dough,
waste handling, cleaning, and procedures.

Course Details

Choosing a TAFE SA course for school students is a great way to get a vocational qualification while you’re still in high school. You also gain valuable credits towards your SACE Certificate, an apprenticeship, or a diploma or university.

TAFE SA Courses for School students gives you a taste of what higher education is all about, makes you work-ready, and helps you build practical skills in an adult-learning environment.

Location

Royal Adelaide showgrounds, Wayville

Course Dates

Option 1: Fri - Tues, 30 Aug to 3 Sept, 2019, Option 2: Wed - Sun, 4 to 8 Sept, 2019

Duration

5  Days, Full Time

Training Format

Off Campus

Fees

$ 375
TGSS subsidies may be available

Selection Criteria

Students in Year 11 and 12

Other Details

Students to provide: white trousers, white polo shirt with short sleeves, white bib apron, black fully enclosed sneakers.

  • Accredited Unit Name

    National Code

    Nominal Hours

    Finish products

    FDFRB1001A

    20

    Provide production assistance for bread products

    FDFRB2004A

    60

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