MCG Diploma in Baking

Advance Cake Decoration

About the Training

Duration

2 Week

Timing

9.30am – 4.00pm THEORY
9.30am – 4.00pm PRACTICAL
1-2pm (Flexible) LUNCH
Recipe Book Apron
 Shared Finished product Certificate

Registration

Online form filling with Fee Payment prior to training

What you will Learn

A cake can be delicious, but it becomes a piece of art once it has been decorated well. In the modern bakery, a lot of emphasis is given to advanced decoration of these delectable pieces as baking them. Cream, butter, and royal icing skills are here for a long time and have been delighting clients for decades. The modern cakes use these and fondant, gum paste, marzipan, fresh flowers and a host of products and colours to bring them to life. A separate niche of cake sculptors has taken the bakery world by storm. If you have the skills and an eye for design, this is the segment you should look for.

Week 1 : Theory by Avril Pinto

  • Understanding the flower paste
  • Applications of the flower paste
  • Discussing the recipes
  • Understanding support structure
  • Understanding wedding cakes
  • Understanding design concepts

Course content

Flowers

  • Anemone
  • Hydrangea
  • Sweet pea
  • Peony
  • Rose
  • Hypericum berries finishing
  • Foilage
  • 1 set of Couple bodies
  • Bunching and Spraying
  • Themes for wedding Cake

Week 2 : Theory by Avril Pinto

  • Understanding the flower paste
  • Applications of the flower paste
  • Discussing the recipes
  • Understanding support structure
  • Understanding wedding cakes
  • Understanding design concepts
  • Implementation of design
  • Finishing wedding cake and review, structure explain

Part 2 -3days

  • Pastillage
  • Understanding pastillage
  • Understanding the pastes involved
  • Understanding structure building

Course content

  • Pastillage – Briefing
  • Recipes
  • Making pastillage
  • Test
  • Assembling panels for pastillage
  • Making stencils individually Panels of pastillage

Training

Fee – INR 50,000

Includes Training booklet and raw-material used in class.

Products made in class is distributed proportionately to the participation.