The WSET Level 1 Award in Spirits will assist those who need a basic familiarity with the main styles and categories of spirits. Learners will learn about the main styles and types of spirits through sight, smell, and taste to develop an understanding of the key factors affecting flavours and aromas.
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|Deadline of Registration and Submission of Requirements||Start Date||End Date||Remote Invigilation Exam|
|August 8, 2022||August 22, 2022||September 18, 2022||September 24, 2022|
|October 3, 2022||October 17, 2022||November 13, 2022||November 19, 2022|
|December 26, 2022||January 9, 2023||February 5, 2023||January 14, 2022|
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|April 17, 2023||May 1, 2023||May 28, 2023||May 6, 2023|
|June 12, 2023||June 26, 2023||July 23, 2023||July 1, 2023|
- Access to the WSET Online Classroom
- Certification exam
- Certificate and lapel pin (upon passing exam)
- Local delivery of certificate and lapel pin
Who Should Attend
- Any individuals starting a career in the industry
- Anyone pursing an interest in spirits
Module 1: Spirits Production
Module 2: Brandy & Vodka
Module 3: Rum, Tequila, and Whisk(e)y
Module 4: Flavoured Spirits, Storage & Service of Spirits
Module 5: Revision and Resources
The examination is taken online. The duration of the exam is 45 minutes.
1. What are the prerequisites of the course?
2. I don't have much knowledge about spirits. Am I qualified to take the course?
Yes, anyone who is interested in spirits can take the course.
3. Will the classes be online?
There are no live sessions, but you can access the modules via the WSET Online Classroom.
4. Does the course have a certification exam?
Yes, the exam is taken online and is remotely invigilated. The duration of the exam is 45 minutes.
5. What is a remotely invigilated exam?
Remote invigilation allows students to take their exam on a computer, and they will be monitored via webcam, screen sharing technology, and a secondary recording device (e.g. smartphone).
6. I still have some questions. Who can I contact to get more information?
Bel S. Castro
Ms. Bel S. Castro is one of the founding faculty members of Enderun Colleges and is currently Asst. Dean of the College of Hospitality Management. She oversees all wine programs offered by Enderun Extension. In addition to holding a Level 3 Award in Wine & Spirits from the Wine & Spirit Education Trust (UK), she has also successfully completed the WSET Wine Educator’s Programme. Her academic credentials include a degree in Restaurant Operations from Le Cordon Bleu in Australia and a Master of Arts in Gastronomy, a double-badged program of Le Cordon Bleu and the University of Adelaide in South Australia. Her personal interests are centered on food history, cuisine, and culture. Her research in these fields has led to invitations to present her work on several occasions at the Symposium of Australian Gastronomy, and also at the prestigious Oxford Symposium of Food and Cookery.