Certificate III in Bread Baking

Jobs and Skills WA: Hospitality bakery courses
Mmm... that smell of fresh baked bread!

If you're a fan of bread — whether plain white sliced or a fancy rye or sourdough — how would you like to be a bread baker?

This qualification will give you the skills and knowledge to become a commercial baker. You'll learn how to bake a full range of bread products including savoury, sweet yeast, artisan, and speciality flour bread products.

You’ll also learn all the other aspects of bread production including scheduling; food preparation; using commercial baking equipment; frozen dough; and finishes and fillings; as well as retail and stock inventory skills.

Apprenticeship or Traineeship
School-based apprenticeship or traineeship (SBAT)
Industry: Hospitality, Tourism and Events
National course code: FBP30421 | WA State ID: BGZ5

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When you complete the Certificate III in Bread Baking you will be able to start work as a baker.

Gain these skills

  • specialise in making different types of bread (sourdough, turkish bread, baguettes, continental loaves, panino, cobs, rye, ciabatta, focaccia, scrolls, rolls, scones)
  • first aid
  • food safety programs
  • workplace health and safety

We are the only public provider offering training with an on-campus bakehouse that sells student's work to the general public.


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