Myanmar Coffee Association offers intermediate coffee processing course in PyinOoLwin

The Myanmar Coffee Association (MCA) will conduct a Coffee Processing Intermediate Course at the MCA Knowledge Center and MCG coffee factory from 11 to 15 January 2024.
This intensive course is arranged by the MCA. It will offer know-how and standards of coffee processing to meet international standards for coffee beans, coffee processing methods, and its products through practical and technical approaches.
This course is suitable for those who will be engaged in coffee processing, who like to expand their knowledge of coffee processing systematically, and who are willing to be involved in coffee institutions or commercial businesses.
It will also cover the history of coffee, coffee processing, basic principles and practice of coffee standards, influencing factors to coffee processing, characteristics of ripe coffee beans, methods of coffee harvesting and benefits, analysis of coffee bean samples and quality control, device to measure coffee moisture and refractometer to test sugar content and tests for coffee ripening and coffee processing methods from harvesting, processing, roasting to brewing.
Moreover, technical and practical approaches to the Wet Processing Method, Dry Processing Method, and Honey Processing Method, index scores during step-by-step coffee processing from ripe coffee beans, ideal ratio for coffee, specialty coffee, coffee fermentation -microbe to coffee flavour and yeast inoculation introduction, requirements for coffee processing and post-processing practices will be unveiled as well.
U Myo Aye (Coffee Quality Institute (USA) CQI Certified) Assistant Instructor for Post Harvesting Processing for Arabica & Robusta CQI Certified Lecturer for Post Harvesting Processing, CQI Certified Q Processing Professional Arabica, CQI Certified Q Processing Professional Robusta Asean & Coffee Institute Certified Head Trainer), U Min Hlaing (Certified Q Processing Professional), U Myint Soe Aung (CQI Certified Lecturer for Post Harvesting Processing & CQI Certified Q Processing Professional Arabica) will be trainers of this course.
The trainees can receive a completion certificate of the Myanmar Coffee Association and the course fee is K650,000. Members of the MCA can save 50,000 at a discount.
Those enthusiastic can contact the MCA via Email: [email protected] or phone number 09 784888808 by 7 January 2024. — NN/KK

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