Graduate Certificate in Brewing

The course is designed to provide students with an in-depth knowledge of the scientific principles and practice of malting and brewing.
Ballarat - Mt Helen
Location
Semester 1
Semester 2
Other intakes
Ballarat - Mt Helen
Semester 1
Semester 2
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Other intakes
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Length
Delivered over 2 years. One unit delivered per semester.
(60 credit points = 0.5 EFTSL)
Entry requirements
Entry requirements apply to this course

The course is designed to provide students with an in-depth knowledge of the scientific principles and practice of malting and brewing. The Graduate Certificate overviews the whole brewing process, it provides significant detail in the areas of raw materials, wort production, fermentation and analysis, which maybe typically required for small scale breweries, suppliers of breweries, and allied industries.

 

  • Brewer
  • Maltster

Graduates will be able to seek employment in the malting and brewing industries.

Sample structures are just one example of the many options available within your chosen course. Please contact Federation University for further information on available options.

Please note this is a sample structure only and is not to be used for enrolment purposes. To enrol, please refer to the information provided to you by Federation University for your individual program structure or view our enrolment information page.

View Current subject information and cost.

Year 1

Semester 1

BREWING RAW MATERIALS
SCBRW5081, 15 credit points

Semester 2

THE BREWING PROCESS
SCBRW5082, 15 credit points

Year 2

Semester 1

YEAST AND FERMENTATION
SCBRW5083, 15 credit points

Semester 2

DOWNSTREAM PROCESSING
SCBRW5086, 15 credit points

The application method varies depending on your circumstances, please visit our How to apply page for further information.

VTAC application: No

Direct application: Yes

Federation University code: SU4

CRICOS code:

Entry requirements (year 12)

Entry requirements (non year 12)

Candidates should hold a bachelor degree or a TAFE Diploma, or be able to provide evidence of completion of relevant workplace training.

If participants in the program do not possess a formal qualification or have not participated in workplace training it would be expected that they would normally have a minimum of three years malting or brewing experience and provide a referee's report.

All applicants must provide a current resume with their application.

Extra Requirements

All applicants must provide a current resume with their application.

Fees are subject to change annually.

Commonwealth Supported Place (CSP) indicative annual fee

Fee assistance

As a Commonwealth Supported Place student, you may be eligible to defer payment of your student contribution through the HECS-HELP loan scheme. Please visit our HECS-HELP webpage for further information.

Other fees

You may need to pay some other fees such as the Student Services and Amenities Fee (SSAF).

If what you have learned at work, from other courses, from life experience or training provided at work is relevant to this course, you may be entitled to gain subject credits or exemptions. For further details contact Federation University on 1800 333 864.


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How long does it take to compete the program?

Normally, the program is completed in two years. Students normally complete one subject per semester.

A range of student services are available at most campuses. For further information on these services or for course information, please contact us on 1800 333 864.

The commencement of all programs is subject to available funding and enrolment quotas.

All information contained in this program overview including the availability of programs and fees, is correct at the time of being published, however the University reserves the right to alter any program, procedure or fee. Students should check for any amendment prior to enrolment.

CRICOS Provider No.00103D.
Please note: This training is delivered with Victorian and Commonwealth Government funding to eligible individuals.
National RTO Code: 4909.

 

 

School department

School of Science, Psychology and Sport

Course coordinator

Dr Peter Aldred