Malting and Brewing

The short program consists of a teaching mix of formal and informal discussions, lectures from University staff and local industry, practical brewing, sensory evaluation sessions, and field trips to one or more breweries
Ballarat - Mt Helen
Entry requirements
5 days
Semester 2, 2020
This training covers the science of brewing, from barley physiology to fermentation biochemistry. The malting and brewing short program consists of a teaching mix of formal and informal discussions, brewing practicals and demonstrations, field trips to breweries and a malt-house, and lectures from industry and University staff.
Brewer Maltster Any person working in the malting, brewing and allied industries would benefit by participating in this program. The program will assist in the following: new graduates entering the malting and brewing industries provide specialised training for suppliers to the malting and brewing industries employees of the industry requiring further skills training upgrading of skills for long term employees of the industry complement existing training programs in the malting and brewing industries provide small brewers (and those planning to commence small brewery operations) with an introduction to the science and technology of malting and brewing

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

VTAC application: No

Direct application: No

Federation University code: FOST002

Entry requirements (year 12)

All candidates would be expected to have a working knowledge of at least one facet of the industry and a reasonable understanding of scientific principles to upper secondary level would be an advantage.

Fees are subject to change annually.

The fee for the program will be at an approximate cost of $2,200 (including GST, excluding accommodation and breakfast). The registration fee for the five day program will include lunches, morning and afternoon teas, dinners and lecture material. You will need to arrange and pay for your own accommodation and breakfast - costs for this will vary dependant on where you chose to stay but generally range between $80-$150 per night. There are options for on campus student accommodation, as well as with local motels. More information on accommodation options will be provided on acceptance into the program. On campus options Off campus local accommodation

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 FedUni on 1800 333 864.

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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

Faculty of Science and Technology

Course coordinator

Associate Professor Peter Aldred