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Students create a stir at Barista training

By Herald Express  |  Posted: April 17, 2014

SUCCESS :  Cheque for the Costa Foundation Charity. From the left Matt Case, Milo Endacott, Panay Karamanlis, Chloe Cockram, Charlie Hutchins, Christianna Tunkin, Craig Dark and  Mike Lock

SUCCESS : Cheque for the Costa Foundation Charity. From the left Matt Case, Milo Endacott, Panay Karamanlis, Chloe Cockram, Charlie Hutchins, Christianna Tunkin, Craig Dark and Mike Lock

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COSTA Coffee joined forces with Combe Pafford School, as part of their commitment to community projects, by providing Barista training to a group of students on the school's Ready to Work programme.

This year has seen the start of a new Sixth form at Combe Pafford School where the focus, alongside gaining qualifications, is to gain sustainable paid employment.

The students that teamed up with Costa are undertaking a Level 1 NVQ in customer service.

The course in Barista skills was seen as a way of helping the students gain important customer service experience, as well as a skill that could lead to employment in the future.

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They ran a series of coffee mornings over a five-week period which raised £208.

This was donated to the Costa Foundation Charity.

The training culminated in a celebration event where Matt Case, retail regional development manager at Costa Coffee, and Milo Endacott, store manager at Torquay Costa Coffee, presented the students with a certificate of achievement to recognise the hard work and progress they all made.

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