About the course
Have you ever wanted to bake your own bread or make some delicious confectionary lines including cakes and cookies? Well now is your chance!
This is a new course for all budding bakers. Making your own bread and cakes has become very popular. There is nothing like having the satisfaction of making something yourself.
This short evening course will cover a lot of different bakery skills from moulding, cutting, piping and different mixing techniques.
Baking for Beginners is for anyone interested in baking. No experience is necessary. All abilities welcome.
What you will learn
During this enjoyable six-week course you will learn how to make:
- Plaited cheese and herb bread
- Fancy rolls
- Chocolate chip cookies
- Fresh cream scones
- Victoria sponge with fresh cream and strawberries
- Chelsea buns
- Lemon swirls
- Wholemeal seed loaf
- Lemon drizzle cake
- Pitta bread
Best of all you get to take all your products home! You will be provided with a recipe book with all the recipes and information you need to create your products at home.
All of the learning is completed through practical sessions in the college’s new kitchen facility. The classes are instructive while in a relaxed atmosphere. After a demonstration you will make your own product. Questions will be answered and lots of hints and tips will be given throughout the course.
This course runs on Wednesday evenings. There are no assessments or written work and a college certificate will be awarded on completion.
There are no specific entry requirements for this course, just a love of baking. Some students are already baking at home but want to improve their skills, while other students are complete beginners. All abilities are welcome.
Dates, times & fees
|Start Date||Course Times||Duration||Campus||Fees|
|18/10/17||18:00 - 21:00||6 weeks||Main site||£100|
Everything will be provided for you but please remember to bring containers/bag to take home your bakery goods. If you want to bring your own apron you can but a disposable one will be provided.