You would have to let the manager know so that they can inform a crew trainer to teach you the ropes of coffee making. It would depend on whether you're a casual, part-time or full time.
You would have to prove you are good enough to get the promotion to McCafe then you will be trained from there, you would earn around $11 per hour but changes depending on weather you are part time or casual, You are able to work in McCafe at 15 you just need to be promoted.
Yes, you would be allowed to worker/barista at 15. However, you would need training in order to receive a barista certificate which allows you to create coffees during work hours for a customer.
Hi, From my experience i can say that you definitely would be able to work in cafe after maybe a year of working on front counter however there's no opportunity to become a qualified barista as such. the pay including casual loading would be roughly $10.50 an hour at your age.
Due to your age it'll affect your salary but it also comes down to what title you want whether it be casual part time or full time
Apply for the nearest maccas to you, if successful in your interview talk to the person giving the interview about becoming a barista and what courses are available for you to complete through mccafe. your earnings would be approximately $10 an hour im pretty sure, but again this can be asked at your interview once you have applied.
If you want to become a barista, you need to ask your manager for training. Depending on which one of the stores you work at, you'll probably get paid $8-12 per hour. Yes, you can be a barista at any age over 14.
A typical 15 year old earns about $10.80 an hour and to become a barista, said person must be trained in service areas like counter and drivethru before being trained in cafe
You'll have to work at the front or kitchen for about 6-9 months, then they'll start to train you on the cafe. From then on you'll get put on at the McCafe about 20% of the time. This is because McCafe orders peak at around 8-9am on weekdays, when people get a morning coffee before work, and you'll only be able to work that shift on school holidays.
You would earn about $8 an hour as a part timer or $10 an hour as a casual.
You would have to work at Maccas for a certain amount of time - and practically beg your managers to get you training.You wouldn't make much - and probably wouldn't be allowed to be a mcafe worker until you are older.
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