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STUDY ONLINE: WSET Level 1 in SPIRITS Distance Learning - START ANYTIME

  • Sutton Coldfield
  • Monday 31st July 2023, 00:15 until 00:30
  • £150.00 per person

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Study Online

  • Study at home to suit you schedule

  • Tutor support available throughout the course

  • Exclusive and comprehensive online tutorials, key definition pages and practice questions

  • Online exams now available.  A webcam enabled laptop/pc plus an additional mobile device are required to facilitate online exams.  



Explore the world of spirits with our easy to follow online course.  Discover the manufacturing processes of each major spirit category and learn how to assess the appearance, aroma and taste of spirits.  We also investigate how these are incorporated into the ever expanding cocktail market.

This course is open to anyone with an interest in Spirits.  No previous knowledge is required.  


  • M1 - Spirit Production

  • M2 - Spirit Categories

  • M3 - Spirit Tasting

  • M4 - Storage and Service of Spirits, Alcohol and Health, Cocktails


For course information, please see our Level 1 Spirits information page


Exams

Exam can be sat either online or at one of our exam centres. 

Online exams require a webcam enabled pc/laptop plus a further mobile device.  Please enquire for more details.

Exam Centre Locations: Sutton Coldfield (Birmingham), Watford, Exeter, Bristol, Liverpool & Sheffield


Available to start anytime.  

Course Cost: £150.00 inclusive of exam fee


To discuss your requirements or to book directly, please contact:

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