Sydney wheat quality and commercial baking training
Please note: the ongoing COVID-19 situation may affect the dates of AEGIC’s upcoming events. We have already postponed some events. We are constantly monitoring the situation and making decisions based on current advice. Please contact us for more information.
AEGIC offers leading industry training in the basics of wheat quality, flour milling and commercial baking at our Sydney premises (formerly the Bread Research Institute of Australia).
Our courses will give you an edge when it comes to understanding how wheat quality, flour milling and commercial baking processes affect end-product quality — crucial knowledge for grain traders, marketers, breeders and anyone else working in the grains industry.
COMING SOON: we will be offering a more technical course aimed at flour millers: Screenroom & Mill Processes.
Courses can be organised outside the scheduled times when there is sufficient demand.
Scroll down for more information, or please call (02) 8025 3200.
Wheat Quality and Flour Milling: The Basics
This highly-successful two day training course is perfect for wheat marketers, traders and anyone in the grains industry looking for an edge in understanding wheat and flour quality.
BOOKINGS: please contact AEGIC on (02) 8025 3200 to secure a place.More Information (431 KB, pdf)
Commercial Baking: The Basics
Aimed at bakers, non-bakers, managers, administrators, sales, marketing and distribution personnel in the baking and allied industries.
Upcoming 2021 dates:
20-21 April 2021
BOOKINGS: please contact AEGIC on (02) 8025 3200 to secure a place.More Information (394 KB, pdf)
Screenroom & Mill Processes
A practical learning experience to support nabim modules 2 & 3, this technical program is aimed at (but not limited to) flour millers who are taking part in milling training provided by nabim, the London-based millers association.
For more information please call (02) 8025 3200.More Information (404 KB, pdf)
With a month’s notice a 100% reimbursement can be provided. However, in most cases, if an attendee is unable to make the course, most companies choose to book them into the next course and the fee is carried over.
If we get less than four weeks notice we deduct a booking fee of $200.
If we get less than two weeks notice we deduct a booking fee of $300.