37 min

RoR Live! at SCA #4 Anne Cooper of Equilibrium Master Roasters | How to Teach Roasting Keys To The Shop : Equipping Coffee Retail Professionals

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For this 4th episode of the Rate of Rise Live Series! This time we sit down with one of my favorite roasters, Anne Cooper of Equilibrium Master Roasters to learn how to teach others to roast!
The RoR Live Series is a project in partnership with Roast Magazine taking the popular RoR series on Keys to the Shop and to the SCA 2022 Global EXPO in Boston where we have some live face-to-face interviews with 10 of the coffee industry's brightest minds
With over 25 yrs working in the coffee industry, Anne is an Australian Roaster who has gained extensive experience in many areas of the coffee industry as Barista, Café Owner/Manager, National Barista Trainer & Assessor, Head Roaster/Roasting Production Manager at both a National & International level. A certified Q Grader she regular judges competitions worldwide. With her consulting company, Equilibrium Master Roasters, Anne continues to develop her extensive roasting skills & knowledge with exposure to a wide range of roasting companies & machines and various roasting techniques / industry relevant processes & protocols – she is really passionate about passing on skills & knowledge to the next generation of flame keepers.
In this conversation we dig into how a roaster should approach teaching someone to roast. If you have an apprentice roaster or are thinking you may want to train up some help then this episode will be very insightful. 
We cover:
Keys to building a curriculum Realistic time frames and structure Education, communication, teaching decisiveness  Learning to teach and tasting unrealized potential Patience and building confidence Creating a learning environment What we can get wrong about education   
Click here tp watch video of this interview on Roast magazine's YouTube channel! 
 
Subscribe to Roast Magazine! (Use code "ROR" to get $5 bucks off your subscription)
 
Links:
Equilibrium Master Roasters: www.eqmr.com.au  
www.keystotheshop.com Consulting and coaching: chris@keystotheshop.com

For this 4th episode of the Rate of Rise Live Series! This time we sit down with one of my favorite roasters, Anne Cooper of Equilibrium Master Roasters to learn how to teach others to roast!
The RoR Live Series is a project in partnership with Roast Magazine taking the popular RoR series on Keys to the Shop and to the SCA 2022 Global EXPO in Boston where we have some live face-to-face interviews with 10 of the coffee industry's brightest minds
With over 25 yrs working in the coffee industry, Anne is an Australian Roaster who has gained extensive experience in many areas of the coffee industry as Barista, Café Owner/Manager, National Barista Trainer & Assessor, Head Roaster/Roasting Production Manager at both a National & International level. A certified Q Grader she regular judges competitions worldwide. With her consulting company, Equilibrium Master Roasters, Anne continues to develop her extensive roasting skills & knowledge with exposure to a wide range of roasting companies & machines and various roasting techniques / industry relevant processes & protocols – she is really passionate about passing on skills & knowledge to the next generation of flame keepers.
In this conversation we dig into how a roaster should approach teaching someone to roast. If you have an apprentice roaster or are thinking you may want to train up some help then this episode will be very insightful. 
We cover:
Keys to building a curriculum Realistic time frames and structure Education, communication, teaching decisiveness  Learning to teach and tasting unrealized potential Patience and building confidence Creating a learning environment What we can get wrong about education   
Click here tp watch video of this interview on Roast magazine's YouTube channel! 
 
Subscribe to Roast Magazine! (Use code "ROR" to get $5 bucks off your subscription)
 
Links:
Equilibrium Master Roasters: www.eqmr.com.au  
www.keystotheshop.com Consulting and coaching: chris@keystotheshop.com

37 min