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Combo Level 1 & 2 in Wines

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COMBO L1+L2 IN WINES

About this course

COMBO L1+L2 IN WINES
ONLINE
DURATION: 40 HOURS
LANGUAGE: GREEK
PRIOR KNOWLEDGE NOT REQUIRED
Payment in full

964€

or Installments

The selection of installments reshapes the final value of the fees and the number of installments is applied at the completion of your order, during Checkout.

! There is an added shipping, bottling and packaging fee for the 68 samples included in this course, which is calculated at check-out depending on the shipping address.

Choosing Combo Level 1 & 2 in Wines, candidates have the opportunity to complete the courses within a short period of time and at more affordable prices.
This Program is designed for professionals and wine connoisseurs who wish to quickly join the wine industry.

About the course

Level 1 focuses on the section of food and wine pairing, through many hours of training and practice which is valuable for the daily life of a professional and an oenophil as well as for rendering a high level of services in all markets addressed to end consumers.

The Level 2 in Wines Certification is suitable to support professional skills and competences wherever a good level of wine knowledge is needed. For example, this may include customer service and sales in the tourism sector and in the retail and wholesale trade industry. It is also a useful qualification for anyone with a broader interest in wine who would like to enrich their knowledge.

Successful performance in the examinations is a prerequisite for being awarded the Certification.

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The holders of Level 2 Award in Wines are able to describe and compare the styles of wines produced by principal international and indigenous grape varieties, to interpret the wine labels from the main wine making regions of the world and provide basic guidance in correct wine selection and service; students will be also able to understand the key principles of wine tasting and assessment.

In total, this educational program consists of 40 hours of courses and exams.

The results are announced in 7 working weeks since the examination date. Successful performance in the examinations is a prerequisite for taking the studies to Levels 3: WSET Level 3 Award in Wines and WSPC HESTIA Advanced Certificate.

Program of Studies andCurriculum
Levels 1 & 2 in Wine

Learning outcomes

In order to achieve the purpose of the Certification, there are four learning outcomes for Level 1 and six learning outcomes for Level 2.

Level 1 in Wine

Learning Outcome 1: Know the key stages in grape growing and winemaking.
  • Parts of the grape
  • Grape growing
  • Climate
  • Alcoholic Fermentation
  • Production of still white, red and rosé wines
Learning Outcome 2: Know the types, characteristics and styles of wines from the principal grape varieties and other.
  • Basic types and styles of wine
  • Key grape varieties
  • Examples of wines from the key grape varieties
  • Examples of other wines
  • Examples of Greek wines
Learning Outcome 3: Know the key principles and practices involved in the storage and service of wine.
  • Storage of wines
  • Wholesale and Retail
  • Description of service temperature
  • Serving of wine
  • Responsible consumption
Learning Outcome 4: Principal food & wine interactions.
  • Food ingredients affecting wine
  • Elements in wine influenced by food
  • Rules in food and wine pairing
  • Evaluation exercises
  • Substantiation of interactions

Level 2 in Wine

Learning Outcome 1: Understand the environmental influences and grape-growing options in the vineyard and how these will impact the style and quality of wine.
  • Identify what each part of a grape provides to the wine maker.
  • Identify what a vine needs to grow grapes.
  • Identify the key stages of grape formation and ripening.
  • Describe how the grape’s components, aromas and flavours change as the grape ripens.
  • Describe how the environmental influences in the vineyard affect grape ripening and quality.
  • Describe how grape ripening affects the style and the quality of wine.
  • Identify the grape-growing options in the vineyard.
  • Explain the meaning of the most important labelling terms used to demonstrate origin and regulation.
  • State the meaning of the labelling terms relating to vines age and grape-growing options.
Learning Outcome 2: Understand how winemaking and bottle ageing influence the style and quality of wine.
  • Outline the key stages of alcoholic fermentation.
  • Identify the key stages of the winemaking processes for red, rosé and white wines.
  • Describe how winemaking options can influence the style and quality of wines produced.
  • o Identify the key changes a wine undergoes during bottle ageing.
Learning Outcome 3: Understand how environmental influences, grape-growing options, winemaking and bottle ageing impact on the style and quality of wines made from the principal grape varieties.
  • Describe the characteristics of the principal grape varieties.
  • Describe how environmental influences and grape-growing options impact on the characteristics of the principal grape varieties.
  • Describe how winemaking options affect the styles of wine produced from the principal grape varieties.
  • Describe how bottle ageing affects the style of wines produced from the principal grape varieties.
  • Describe the styles and quality of wines produced from the principal grape varieties in the specified GIs.
  • Compare the styles and quality of wines produced from the principal grape varieties within and between the specified regions.
  • Explain the meaning of the most important local labelling terms indicating style and quality of wines made from the principal grape varieties.
Learning Outcome 4: Know the style and quality of wines produced from regionally important black and white grape varieties.
  • Describe the characteristics of the regionally important black and white grape varieties.
  • Describe the styles and quality from wines produced from the regionally important black and white grape varieties from
    specified GIs.
  • Explain the meaning of labelling terms indicating style and quality of wines made from regionally important
    black and white grape varieties.
Learning Outcome 5: Understand how the wine-making process can influence the styles of sparkling and fortified wines.
  • Identify the key grape varieties used to produce the principal styles of sparkling wines.
  • Identify the key stages of the winemaking processes for sparkling and fortified wines.
  • Identify the key GIs for sparkling and fortified wines.
  • Describe the styles of specified sparkling and fortified wines.
  • Explain the meaning of the labelling terms associated with sparkling and fortified wines indicating style and quality.
Learning Outcome 6: Understand the key principles and processes involved in the storage and service of wine, and in the food and wine pairing.
  • Identify the ideal conditions for storing and methods for preserving wine.
  • State the recommended serving temperature for the types and styles of wines.
  • State the correct stages for opening and serving wine.
  • Identify how common faults affect the aroma and flavours of wine.
  • Identify the principal food and wine interactions.

Enrollment

  • Express your interest by phone (210 9882540 & 544) or via e-mail(education@wspc.gr)
    Your enrollment is finalized with the pre-payment of the tuition fees, either through eshop, or through a bank account deposit/ web-banking.
  • After the deposit of tuition fees, a Registration Form is sent to you that you should fill in. Upon correct submission of the Registration Form, your registration is automatically completed.
  • Candidate students allowed to participate in the courses should be over the age of 18.
  • Candidate students must have an e-mail address to enroll. Any important information regarding your studies is sent by e-mail.
  • WSET Level 2 Award in Wines to students successfully completing the course:

On receiving the certificates from WSET London, WSPC sends the WSET Level 2 Award in Wines qualification to successful students by courier together with the label pin. The cost for dispatching the certificates shall be borne by the recipient to make sure that this official document will reach the beneficiary on own responsibility.

WSPC shall assume no responsibility in case of negligence in receiving the certificate on behalf of the beneficiary. In case of certificate loss, re-issuing by the WSET® Awards costs €50.00.

  • Enrollment corresponds to the course selected by the student. Fees shall not be refundable and shall not be used for enrollment on a next similar course.
  • Upon lapse of the registration deadline, there will be no late registration. In the event of a late registration, students shall be encumbered with an additional charge amounting to €70 + V.A.T.
  • WSPC shall reserve the right to cancel a course, if the required minimum number of students is not reached. In such a case, the enrolled students shall be credited the entire deposited amount.

Modes of payment:

By Bank deposit to:

  • Alpha Bank IBAN: GR33 0140 1180 1180 0233 0000 482 (WSPC L.T.D).
  • Piraeus Bank IBAN: GR73 0171 7270 0067 2711 3141 025 (private higher education school).
  • Eurobank IBAN: GR06 0260 0190 0005 4020 1143 015 (private higher education school, Vocational Center).

Justification of deposit: Student’s full name, or corporate trade name, in case of a corporate expenditure.

By Credit/Debit card Visa & MasterCard

Basic principles

The purpose of this information is to help our students understand basic principles of behavior that need to be respected throughout the classes.

Relates to all students of in-person or online classes & in-person exams. The physical or online class should provide a friendly and harmonious environment, so as to promote a quality learning experience for our students, ensuring the smooth flow of the lesson and respect for all participants – students and tutor.

Don’t miss a class

It has been proven that students who do not miss classes and are assiduous in attending the course, have more chances to perform better in the examination and pass the test with a higher mark. It is students’ personal responsibility to fill in the gap and look out for notes, exercises, homework or/and flights of wines relevant to the class.

Don’t be late for the class

It is a sign of respect vis-à-vis your fellow students and your instructor. Should this occur due to special circumstances, students ahould join their class or e-class as discreetly as possible.

Come prepared to the class

Preparation constitutes an important part of your effort to better comprehend the teaching material and have fewer questions. Students who submit their papers within the deadlines set, manage to maintain a better flow in their studies and to better assimilate the material, significantly raising the chances of successful performance at the exams and with a higher mark. Any assigned tasks submitted overdue shall be dismissed. However, students may correct themselves at home, having as a guide the recommended form of answering applying in every task.

Switch off your mobile phone at the beginning of the class

It is a sign of respect vis-à-vis your fellow students and your instructor. The use of mobile phones in the classroom is highly annoying and distracts students’ attention. If you are expecting an urgent call, you are kindly requested to inform your instructor at the beginning of the class and keep your phone on silent mode. Once you see the incoming call, leave the classroom as discreetly as possible.

Be aware that any portable electronic apparatus (mobile phone, laptop, MP3 player etc) shall not be allowed during the class. For your reference, you may take a photo of the bottles used in wine tasting during the break or at the end of the class (the bottles remain in a visible spot).

Don’t talk to each other during the class

It is a sign of respect vis-à-vis your fellow students and your instructor. The noise provoked from chatting is likely to distract the instructor and other fellow students, thus disrupting the smooth flow of the class.

Don’t monopolize the floor by raising too many questions preventing your fellow students from submitting their queries

Questions facilitate a broad understanding of the lesson. The time allocated for questions is up to the instructor’s discretion (either during or at the end of the lesson). However, students should take into account the available time for questions, reducing the number of questions addressed to the instructor and enabling their fellow students to raise their own questions.

THE ABOVE PRINCIPLES APPLY ALSO DURING THE EXAMINATIONS

Important Information on the examinations

The examination for the WSET Level 2 Certification is a closed-book assessment comprised of:
  • 50 multiple-choice questions to be completed in 60 minutes.
    Successful performance at this Qualification Level requires a minimum mark of 55%. Candidates should answer correctly at least 28 questions.
  • The language of examination will be Greek. In case you wish to sit the examination in the English language, you should declare it when requested.

 

 

Mark of 85% and above Pass with Distinction
Mark of between 70% and 84% Pass with Merit
Mark of between 55% and 69% Pass
Mark of between 45% and 54% Fail
Mark of 44% and below Fail Unclassified

WSET® Awards does not award Titles of Studies/Certificates unless all prerequisites and assessment requirements regarding the studies and the examinations for each Program of studies are fulfilled (aegrotat pass).

Persons with Disabilities

Candidates with special examination and assessment requirements, are requested to inform the Enrollments officer and/or the Examinations officer on any such requirement prior to enrollment on a Program. It is the policy of WSET Awards that such candidates should not be placed at a disadvantaged position during the courses or at the examinations. Where appropriate, WSPC and WSET may request from the student to submit an official medical opinion by a qualified state body related to the candidate in question.

Re-sit

Candidates may apply to resit the examination if they failed the examinations. There is no limit on the number of attempts to resit the examinations. Candidates who have passed the examinations are not allowed to resit to improve their grade.

  • Examinations are compulsory. If a candidate does not sit the examination on the fixed date and time, it will be possible, to request and sit the next possible examination for Level 2 on a re-sit cost (nonshow resit exam): €75,00.
  • If a candidate fails the examination, it will be possible, to request and re-sit the next possible examination for Level 2 on a re-sit cost (resit exam): €135,00.
  • Enroll to Levels 3: WSET Level 3 Award in Wines and WSPC HESTIA Advanced Certificate require successful performance at the WSET Level 2 Award in Wines examinations.
Requirements, regulations and examination conditions
1. To participate in the examinations, candidates must adhere to the following specific conditions:
  • At the start of the examination, all candidates must submit to the invigilator a statutory identification document with a photograph (identity card or a driving license or a passport).
  • Candidates should bring their own: Hb2-type pencils, erasers, pencil sharpener.
  • Candidates must bring their own bottle of water.
  • The examination should be completed within the time foreseen.
  • No note or explanation is to be made on any material, in whatever form, other than the examination multiple-question paper and answer sheet.
  • Any communication between candidates of any kind shall not be permitted.
  • The use of electronic devices of any kind (mobile phones, smart phones, smart watches, tablets etc) shall be prohibited.
  • Candidates shall be forbidden to take photographs of the examination room or the examination material.
  • The use of any kind of dictionaries is forbidden.
  • The use of audible alarms from any kind of watch is prohibited.
  • It is at the invigilator’s discretion to allow entry to late arriving candidates and only if this does not disturb the examination process.
  • Candidates are not allowed to leave the room before the first 15 minutes of the examination time have elapsed.
  • Candidates who complete the examination prior to its official ending, may leave the room on condition that they do not disturb the other candidates. After leaving the room, re-entry shall not be allowed.
  • The invigilators have no authority to comment, interpret or express an opinion on any examination question or/and on any conceptual question raised by candidates.
  • Any candidate suspected of inappropriate behavior, shall be called upon to leave the examination room immediately and his/her examination paper shall be submitted to the Examinations Committee which shall determine its validity and any future prohibition to participating in the examinations.
  • The sheet with the examination questions shall not be removed from the examination room. Candidates who fail to submit the questions sheet along with their answer sheet, shall be considered to have breached the rules.
  • It is forbidden to reveal the examination content to others or anyhow reproduce it.
2. Candidates must also comply with the invigilator’s instructions. Failure to do so may result in the examination results becoming invalid.
3. The examination papers submitted for assessment belong to WSET® Awards and shall not be returned to candidates.
WSET Level 2 Award in Wine to students successfully completing the course

On receiving the certificates from WSET London, WSPC sends the WSET Level 2 Award in Wines qualification to successful students by courier together with the label pin. The cost for dispatching the certificates shall be borne by the recipient to make sure that this official document will reach the beneficiary on own responsibility.

WSPC shall assume no responsibility in case of negligence in receiving the certificate on behalf of the beneficiary. In case of certificate loss, re-issuing by the WSET® Awards costs €50.00.

Examination Enquiries, Feedback and Appeals
  • Candidates requesting a re-mark and/or feedback on their examination sheet shall have to contact WSPC and fill in an Enquiry & Feedback Form. The form should be filled in and be delivered to WSPC along with the corresponding monetary amount within the rigorous time frame set by your Program provider from the examination date. Any request received beyond the time frame set shall be dismissed. Re-mark and feedback will be provided by WSET Awards within two weeks following receipt of the request.
  • Any candidate remaining dissatisfied with the request outcome in relation to the examination sheet should contact WSPC and file an Appeal against Enquiry Application Form; this appeal should be completed and sent to the WSET Awards with the appropriate fee within 10 working days following the communication of the request. Any request received beyond the time frame set shall be dismissed. Answers to the Appeals shall be issued within two weeks upon receipt by the WSET Awards.
Are there requirements for enrolling in online courses?

The programme’s material is sent via courier to your stated address. In order to participate in online courses, it is required that the courier company: a) makes deliveries to your stated address and b) makes said deliveries in a timely fashion.
To find out if you are eligible to participate, please provide us with your address details.

What platform are the online classes held on?

The online platform that hosts WSPC’s online classes is Cisco Webex Meetings.

What do I gain choosing a COMBO class?

Reduced tuition fees. You sit examinations only for the highest certification per case and your fees will be free from the examination costs for the intermediate Programs.
Time. You complete at a predetermined, shorter period two or more Qualifications of Studies. Knowing that you will only be tested for the highest certification on a case by case basis, you could better plan your time and study.

How can I better prepare myself for the class?

We recommend carefully reading the ‘Specifications’ for all the Qualifications you will be attending. They will help you better understand the requirements for the Programs you attend, better plan your time and achieve the optimum result at the examinations.

Specification | WSET® Level 1 Award in Wines

Specification | WSET® Level 2 Award in Wines

Is there a V.A.T rate applied on the tuition fees?

No, because WSPC is an educational organization certified by the Ministry of Education.

What do tuition fees include?

Everything. The fees cover the Greek edition of the Program’s books (the English one is sold on demand), the enrolment on WSET London, the examination cost, the exam paper and the issuing of the Qualifications from WSET London, the teaching hours by a certified tutor, the tasting wines bought (free samples are not accepted), as well as any logistics cost incurred to carry out the unit ‘Food & Wine Pairing’ we choose to instruct thoroughly and in depth, just like all other courses.
Tuition fees only do not include shipping charges of wine tasting samples

May I be absent from the class?

Your presence is mandatory in all courses and exams. In the event that you are unable to connect at the time the live meeting is scheduled, you will receive a link to the recorded e-lesson when this is available and possible.

Where are the exams for the online courses held?

Exams are held in person in one of the following examination centres: Athens, Thessaloniki and Heraklion Crete.
In Athens exams are held in our state of the art 1.250 sq.m facilities in Paleo Faliro according to the strictest health & safety guidelines. Click here for a virtual tour of the school. Address: 11 Glafkou str. 17564 P. Faliro.

What happens if I do not show up at the examinations?

You may enrol to participate in the next scheduled examination of the Program, either in the same city or in another city where exams will be held, paying the non-show resit examination amount standing at €75 for Combo L1+L2.

What happens if I fail the examinations?

You may enroll to participate in the next scheduled examination of the Program, either in the same city or in another city where exams will be held, paying the re-sit exam fee standing at €135 for Combo L1+L2.

How long does it take for the results to be announced?

Combo L1+L2: It takes seven (7) working weeks since the examination date.

How do I get informed about the results?

By e mail from the WSPC Admissions & Awards team

What does it mean to succeed in Combo L1+L2 examinations?

You become holder of the internationally renown WSET Level 2 Award in Wines awarded by the WSET (Wine & Spirit Education Trust), headquartered in the United Kingdom (London), and you may advance to the next levels of studies: both in the international world of wines (WSET Level 3 Award in Wines) as well as in the Greek world of wines (WSPC HESTIA Advanced Certificate).

How do I receive my L2 certification?

On receiving the certificates from WSET London, WSPC sends the Certification to successful students by courier together with the label pin corresponding to the completed educational Program. The cost for dispatching the certificates shall be borne by the recipient to make sure that this official document will reach you, as the beneficiary on own responsibility.

May I pay the fees in instalments?

Yes. You may pay in instalments with your credit card.

Is there a possibility for corporate enrolments?

Yes, it is possible. Contact us to fill you in.

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