Monday to Friday 9.00am - 5.00pm
What You Learn
The fundamentals of Artisan gelato, sorbetto, gelato pastries and stick gelato production.
Hygiene and kitchen standards required to work in a gelato laboratory, including communication and behaviour in the store.
How to design a gelato shop layout and how to store, display and sell gelato effectively.
What You Get
Resource and recipe manual, a uniform and a certificate of participation.
Skills and knowledge in basic gelato training with hands on practice.
One voucher to the value of $1000 that can be applied to wards the purchase of any Majors Group branded machine*
*Conditions apply. For more information please contact Majors Group Australasia e: firstname.lastname@example.org ph: 1800 625677
Materials to Bring
Pen and notepad
Resources and uniforms are supplied.
Participants are requested to wear flat, enclosed, rubber soled shoes for comfort and safety in the kitchens. To ensure food safety procedures are followed, long hair should be tied back and all unnecessary jewellery removed.
William Angliss Institute together with Majors Group Australasia and Carpigiani Gelato (CGU) have collaborated to offer CGU gelato making courses in Melbourne, Australia. This is the first of its kind in Australia and is the same course as that being offered at CGU headquarters Bologna, Italy.
The Gelato Course Level 1 is designed for aspiring gelato entrepreneurs who require an understanding of the world of gelato through training and practical experience. This course is also ideal for current industry professionals who need to upskill and expand their gelato making knowledge and skills and for new entrants into the gelato industry.
The primary objective of this course is to teach basic theoretical and practical concepts required to produce gelato of a superior quality, using latest generation laboratory machines.
In five days, you will experience how to produce gelato, sorbetto, gelato pastries and stick gelato. The course will be structured with theory lectures and hands on practice in small groups in a commercial kitchen.
You will learn about:
• Artisan Gelato: what is it?
• Raw materials and ingredients used to produce gelato
• Production method
• Production cycle, machines and equipment
• Development and calculation of gelato mix bases
• Milk based flavours
• Sorbetto – cold process
• Gelato with inclusion and variegations
• Gelato pastries
• Stick gelato
• Storage and presenting gelato for a showcase.
Additional topics covered in the course are mandatory hygiene standards in the laboratory and kitchen practices, food safety themes, design and location of a gelato business and communication and behaviour within the store.
Attending this course will provide you with accurate knowledge and practical skills to be confident with the first steps of operating a gelato laboratory or business.
Once the course is booked and paid, you will be emailed a username and password which will give you access to the online hygiene component. Please note that the online component needs to be completed prior to attending the course.