Mobile: 07804 494 083

info@thewinewisecompany.com

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

CLASSROOM EXAM SCHEDULE

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

Sutton Coldfield (Birmingham)          

2022 - Saturdays

  • 26th March
  • 30th April
  • 21st May
  • 25th June
  • 17th September
  • 22nd October
  • 19th November
  • 10th December

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) 

2022

  • Friday 29th April
  • Friday 1st July
  • Friday 30th September
  • Friday 25th November


Sheffield

2022

  • Tuesday 31st May
  • Tuesday 27th September


Liverpool 

2022

  • Monday 30th May
  • Monday 26th September
  • Monday 28th November


Bristol 

2022

  • Sunday 29th May
  • Sunday 2nd October


Exeter 

2022

  • Monday 25th April
  • Monday 4th July
  • Monday 10th October
  • Monday 5th December


York

2022

  • Monday 21st March
  • Wednesday 29th June
  • Monday 14th November

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

·       Contact Us form

·       Email: info@thewinewisecompany.com

·       Tel: 07804 494083

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

For further information, please contact us.




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