This qualification builds on the knowledge and skills taught in the Awards in Wine which is a pre-requisite to gain entry for this course. If your staff don’t have a Level 1 or above in Wines, don’t worry, we can arrange to run a 2-consecutive day course for you (day 1 would be the Level 1 Award in Wines and exam followed on day 2 by the Level 1 Award in Wine Service assessment). Just contact us for more information.
Typically run in 1 day, it’s perfect for front-line staff involved in the service or sale of wine.
COST £150 including VAT
Fee includes LUNCH (see opposite), study materials, wine tastings, tuition, examination and provision of tasting glasses during the course.
EXAMINATION A practical role play exam using a diner and wine list at a dining table set up.
NEXT COURSES: –
- Sunday 12th February 2017
- Exam Sunday 12th February 2017
- Sunday 8th October 2017
- Exam Sunday 8th October 2017
Not seeing the dates you fancy? Let us know, there maybe something in the pipeline or a private course running that you may be able to join!
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CONTENT Subjects studied Content: –
Introduction to Sommellerie Learn about the roles and career paths available within wine service
Customer Service Learn some elements that enhance customer service, and learn how to prepare yourself for service
Equipment for wine service Learn how to select, clean, polish and handle glassware, and how to use corkscrews and service cloths
Serving wines effectively Learn how to select, present, open and pour a bottle of wine
Study Materials Students will receive a study guide
Duration of course 1 day inclusive of assessment
Duration of the Course Daytime 1 day inclusive of examination. Evening – 6.45pm – 9.30pm over 2 consecutive evenings.
Certification All students who pass will be issued with a certificate suitable for framing.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Q. How much prior knowledge of wines service should I have before attending this course?
A. None of wine service, however, students do need to be holders of the WSET Level 1 Award in Wines or above before they can be accepted on to this course. It is possible though to arrange 2 consecutive days to sit both together. Just contact us for more information.
Q. What is the recommended self study time for this programme?
A. The ‘practical’ exam takes place at the end of the day session, therefore, no self study time is required unless of course it whet’s your appetite and you decide to continue your studies and join the Level 2 Award in Professional Wine Service.