Mobile: 07804 494 083

38 Wylde Green Rd, Sutton Coldfield, West Midlands, B72 1HD


Online Exams

Level 1 and 2 students are able to take their exam online if preferred.  Please contact us to arrange a suitable date and time for this method of exam.

Classroom 'In Person' Exams

9.30am - 10.15am     - Level 1 Exams - Wines / Spirits
11.00am - 12.00pm  - Level 2 Exams - Wines
1..30pm - 4.30pm     - Level 3 Exams - Wines

Other dates and times maybe available - please enquire with your tutor

Sutton Coldfield (Birmingham)          

2022 - Saturdays

  • 19th November
  • 10th December


  • 28th January
  • 25th February
  • 25th March
  • 29th Apr
  • 27th May
  • 24th June
  • 29th July

Sutton Coldfield is the main exam Centre.  It may be possible to arrange alternative dates to those listed above.  Please feel welcome to enquire about preferred dates and times.

Watford (Kings Langley) 


  • Thursday 14th December


  • Wednesday 18th January
  • Friday 28th April
  • Thursday 5th July



  • Wednesday 29th March
  • Wednesday 21st Jun



  • Thursday 16th February
  • Thursday 25th May



  • Monday 30th January
  • Monday 1st May 
  • Monday 10th July



  • Thursday 30th March
  • Thursday 22nd June

To book your classroom exam, please contact us stating your preferred date and venue at the following:

·       Contact Us form

·       Email:

·       Tel: 07804 494083

Exams bookings must be booked a minimum of 3 weeks (15 working days) before the preferred date.  Once submitted, the booking cannot be altered without penalty.  

For further information, please contact us.

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