This online course is based around a 5-week structured online programme with a recommendation of 6 hours study per week to cover the online activities and read the relevant chapters in the textbook. Regular access and participation in the course online activities is essential for this mode of study.
Included in the course fee is the WSET Wine Level 2 Study Pack. This pack includes the text 'Wines: Looking behind the label', the Workbook, and the S.A.T. card.
There is a Hard Copy version or there is an eBook version for the study pack. If you would like the eBook version please notify the APP after your registration.
A Hard copy version will be sent if no request is made.
The course also includes two Zoom Sessions with Statera. These sessions will be to review, discuss, and taste along if you wish. They are optional and not recorded.
The course follows a weekly structure, but it allows the student to work ahead or catch up on the activities and forums. There are no set times to log into the course as there are no live chats or scheduled webinars. There is one optional 'Zoom' tasting and review session available with Keith Nicholson.
Once you have registered, you will be provided with the WSET study materials and have access to the online platform. Guidance from the WSET educator will begin at the course ‘start date’ and run thru the 5-week program.
The student can contact the educator any time for the duration of the scheduled course, should they have any questions. Each week includes a series of independent and/or group activities to help students understand wine label terminology and recognize the styles produced by the main grape varieties in key wine regions. Students are advised to taste a range of wines during their studies. A list of recommended tasting samples can be found in the specification. (Samples are not included in the course and supplying them is up to the discretion of the student.) Students can post their tasting notes in the Online Classroom for review by the educator.
Successful candidates will be able to interpret the labels of the major wines and spirits of the world and give basic guidance on appropriate selection and service, as well as understand the principles of wine tasting and evaluation.