Custom WSET Courses
Courses leading to WSET qualifications can be run on a full-day, half-day, or evening basis, either weekly or over consecutive days. Scroll down to see all our available WSET courses.
If you would prefer to train your staff on premise we can tailor a program to meet your needs. You can also choose to use your own stock, giving your staff the advantage of gaining specific product knowledge. Cost will be adjusted accordingly. Please contact us to learn how you can get government funding to offset staff training costs.
If you are interested in holding a class for your club or with a group of friends, we can also accommodate your schedule.
This course is a great starting point to learn about the different wine styles, food and wine pairing and the best ways to store & serve wine. It is an 8-hour course that includes a 45 minute multiple choice examination. The course can be run over one day or split into four 2-hour sessions. There is a 45-minute multiple choice exam at the end of the program.
WSET Level 2 Award in
Wines & Spirits
This course focuses on the influence of grape variety, climate and wine making on styles of wines produced around the world. The content of the course also covers sparkling, sweet and fortified wines and introduces the subject of spirits. It can be run as a 3-day course or 4 half days. There is a 1 hour multiple choice examination at the end of the program.
This course will develop to a high-level your ability to describe wine accurately, and account in detail for the style, quality and price of of the principal still, sparkling and fortified wines of the world. Courses are 3-hours per week for 15 weeks or 6 full-day sessions. The final exam is 2.5 hours and includes theory (multiple choice and short answer) and blind tasting.
A beginner level introduction to spirits for those starting a career in the industry or pursuing an interest in spirits. This qualification offers a hands-on introduction to the world of spirits. You’ll explore the main styles and types of spirits through sight, smell, and taste to develop an understanding of the key factors affecting flavours and aromas. There is a 45-minute, 30 question multiple choice exam at the end of the program.
A beginner to intermediate level qualification exploring spirits and liqueurs for those working in the industry or spirits enthusiasts. You’ll learn about the fundamental production methods and principal raw materials discovering how they are used to make the key spirit styles. You’ll also explore the key practices and principles of serving spirits and the use of spirits in cocktails. There is a 1-hour, 50 question multiple choice exam at the end of the program.