|WSET Courses||Sept 2022||Oct 2022||Nov 2022||Dec 2022||Jan 2023||Feb 2023||Mar 2023||Apr 2023||May 2023||Jun 2023||July 2023||Aug 2023|
|Level 1 Award in Wines||17-18 Sept (Online) Exam – 11 Oct||-||10 Nov (In-classroom with Sonal Holland MW)
Exam - 10 Nov
|-||21-22 Jan (Online) Exam - 13 Feb||-||10 Mar (In-classroom with Sonal Holland MW)
Exam - 10 Mar
|-||13-14 May (Online) Exam - 6 June||-||8-9 May (Online) Exam - 1 Aug||-|
|Level 2 Award in Wines||-||15-16 Oct (Online) Exam - 8 Nov||-||14,15,16 Dec (In-classroom with Sonal Holland MW)
Exam - 16 Dec
|-||11-12 Feb (Online) Exam - 7 Mar||-||-||-||-||-||-|
|Level 3 Award in Wines||-||-||-||-||-||-||-||-||-||With Sonal Holland MW Theory (Online) - 17, 18 24,25 June 1,2 July
Tasting (in-classroom) - 10,11 July
Exam - 11 July
This beginner-level course is an introduction to wine and is suitable for those starting a wine career or pursuing wine as a hobby. For individuals new to wine study, this qualification provides a hands-on introduction to the world of wine. You’ll explore the main types and styles of wine through sight, smell, and taste, while also gaining the basic skills to describe wines accurately and make food and wine pairings. Upon successful completion, you will receive a WSET certificate and lapel pin.
Common wine grapes and their characteristics
How to store and serve wine
The principles of food and wine pairing
How to describe wine using the WSET Level 1 Systematic Approach to Tasting Wine® (SAT)
This qualification has a minimum requirement of six hours* of study time online, with a WSET course provider. Course is delivered in English. The course will be conducted offline by our educator.
Assessment is by a closed-book exam of 30 multiple-choice questions. Assessment will be carried online. Please read the document on Remote Invigilation.
This qualification is intended for beginners wishing to learn about a wide range of wines or those seeking to build on the introductory knowledge gained with the WSET Level 1 Award in Wines. You’ll gain knowledge of the principal and regionally important grape varieties of the world, the regions in which they are grown, and the styles of wine they produce. Through a combination of tasting and theory, you’ll explore the factors that impact style and quality and learn how to describe these wines with confidence.
This qualification has a minimum requirement of 28 hours* of study time:
A one-hour closed-book examination comprised of 50 multiple-choice questions. On successful completion of the examination, you will receive a WSET certificate and lapel pin and will be able to use the associated WSET certified logo. Assessment will be carried online. Please read the document on Remote Invigilation.
An advanced level qualification for professionals working in the wine industry and for wine enthusiasts. For individuals seeking to delve deeper into the world of wines, this qualification provides a detailed understanding of grape growing and wine making. Upon completion you will be able to assess wines accurately, and use your understanding to confidently explain wine style and quality. Upon successful completion you will receive a WSET certificate and lapel pin, and will be able to use the associated WSET certified logo.
This qualification has a minimum requirement of 84 hours of study time, including 30 hours of classroom or online delivery time.
Unit 1 is assessed by a closed-book exam of 50 multiple-choice questions and a short-written answer paper. Unit 2 is assessed by a blind tasting of two wines.