Barista Beginner

Course fee: $250

New Zealand cafes and restaurants have a growing passion and reputation for consistently high standards in espresso coffee. Employers in the hospitality industry need staff that have, as part of their curriculum vitae, a sound understanding of how to produce espresso coffee on demand.

Participants in the Barista Beginner short course need to achieve 100% attendance and demonstrate a high level of competency in the production of espresso based coffees — Flat White, Cappuccino, Latté, Short Black, Mochaccino, Long Black; and in espresso machine operation and care.

To apply

Domestic students

Currently enrolled in an AUT programme

  • Click on the Apply button next to the corresponding date you wish to enrol for and complete the application online.
  • For online applications, payment needs to be completed by using a MasterCard or Visa credit card or internet banking once an invoice is processed (NZ banks only).
  • If you wish to make payment in person either by cheque, cash or Eftpos, please go the Cashiers at Student Hub City Campus: Level 2, WA building. Note: Cashiers cannot accept cash after 3pm. Cashier counter is open Monday/Tuesday/Wednesday/Friday 9am to 3 pm; Thursday 10:00am to 3:00pm.

Past AUT student but forgotten your Student ID

  • Click on the Apply button next to the corresponding date you wish to enrol for
  • Click on Request Account Details button and follow instructions. If this fails, please call Student Hub for assistance.
  • For online applications, payment needs to be completed by using a MasterCard or Visa credit card or internet banking once an invoice is processed (NZ banks only).
  • If you wish to make payment in person either by cheque, cash or Eftpos, please go the Cashiers at Student Hub City Campus: Level 2, WA building. Note: Cashiers cannot accept cash after 3pm.

Never previously enrolled at AUT

  • Click on the Apply button next to the corresponding date you wish to enrol for and complete the application online
  • For online applications, payment needs to be completed by using a MasterCard or Visa credit card or internet banking once an invoice is processed (NZ banks only).
  • If you wish to make payment in person either by cheque, cash or Eftpos, please go the Cashiers at Student Hub City Campus: Level 2, WA building. Note: Cashiers cannot accept cash after 3pm.

International students (Student, Work or Visitor visa)

Currently enrolled in an AUT programme
  • You will not be able to apply online. Please call Student Hub on 0800 AUT UNI (0800 288 864) or 09 921 9779 or pop in at any of the Hub Locations Student Hub and advise them of the date of the course that you wish to be enrolled in.
  • You may request for an invoice immediately for payment. Alternatively, you will receive an invoice by email with instructions on how to pay.

Past AUT student or never previously enrolled at AUT

You may either call Student Hub and request to be enrolled, or submit a manual application – see below.

For a manual application, please provide the following documentation to Student Hub:

  • A completed Short Course Application Form
  • A certified copy of your passport (Note: Student Hub staff are able to verify documents).
  • A certified copy of a valid visa (Note: Student Hub staff are able to verify documents).
  • Proof of medical or travel insurance from an approved AUT insurance provider covering the period of the course or cover duration of 30 days (Note: AUT StudentSafe Insurance is available at a cost of $50). If evidence of insurance is not provided when applying, you may be invoiced for it.

If you are submitting your application in person, you may request for an invoice immediately for payment. Alternatively, you will receive an invoice by email with instructions on how to pay.

Please ensure that ALL sections in the Short Course Application Form are filled out, in particular your email, address and phone details. Either hand in or mail the documentation to Student Hub. Please note that manual applications may take at least 5 working days to process.

NOTE: This course is not eligible for Student loans or allowances.

Enrolment policy
  • Enrolment in a course is deemed to be not complete, until payment of fees.
  • Enrolment in a course will be cancelled, if fees remain unpaid prior to the start of the course.
  • The School of Hospitality and Tourism reserves the right to cancel papers with insufficient enrolment.
  • Should a paper be cancelled, students will be given at least 2 or 3 days notice. You may request to be transferred to another course date.
Fees Payment Fees should be paid at the time of application. Enrolment will be cancelled if fees remain unpaid 10 days prior to the start of the course. Payment may be made Online; on any AUT Campus, or by Fees Invoice. If your employer is paying your fees please provide written confirmation or Purchase Order, with the employer's billing and contact person details. (Enrolment is not complete until payment of fees.)
Course Contact Ping Wu (Rita)
ping.wu@aut.ac.nz
Phone: +64 9 921 9999 ext 6225
Room: WH428C, WH Building
Venue School of Hospitality and Tourism, Piko Restaurant, Level 2, WH Building (WH209), AUT City Campus, Auckland City
Paper code Dates for 2018 Days Time Available Places

Disclaimer
Every effort has been made to ensure this information is correct, however, course dates, fees and conditions may change and courses may be cancelled.

Last updated: 24-Nov-2017 11.02am

The information on this page was correct at time of publication. For a comprehensive overview of AUT qualifications, please refer to the Academic Calendar.