Skills Programme: Presenting a Winetasting

 

CONTENT :

INTRODUCTION

COURSE DESCRIPTION

LEARNING UNITS

IMPLEMENTATION

 

INTRODUCTION

This Skills Programme’s aim is to provide learners with national standards that represent the competencies required to meet the challenge of participating effectively in the Winemaking industry as a multi-skilled Tasting Room Staff member.

 

 

TARGET AUDIENCE

Anyone who have to present a Wine Tasting for Customers and Tourists.  The skills, knowledge and understanding demonstrated in Unit Standard 259159, supported by US 119467 and 119465 are essential for social and economic transformation and upliftment within the winemaking environment.

 

MINIMUM QUALIFYING CRITERIA

Knowledge, comprehension and application of language and communication at NQF Level 2 or equivalent

Mathematic principles at ABET Level 3 or equivalent

 

 

COURSE LAYOUT

Day 1  and 2– Induction Meeting, followed by                                                                                26 July / 23 August

 

Language and Communication in an occupational learning programme

  • Access and use Learning Resources
  • Research
  • Learning Strategies
  • Team Work and
  • Learning in the Workplace

 

Day 3 and 4 –   Write, present and sign for your audience (customer / tourist)                        27 Sept / 4 October

Language structures and features

Draft and Edit your own writing

 

Day  5 and 6  –  Evaluate the sensory quality of wine products                                                    25 October / 6 November

 

Determine the sensory quality of wine and wine products

Report on the sensory quality of wine products

Varietals and Wine Styles

Faulty Wine

Wine Service

How to conduct a Wine Tasting

 

 

Day 7 – Theory and Wine Tasting Examination                                                                             29 November

 

 

DURATION

130 notional hours.  40 Class Room hours and 90 hours practical (including workplace activities, research for assignments and on-site assessment).

Classroom Training : Jordan Winery

Workplace :  Practical, Assignments and completion of PoE (Portfolio of Evidence) and Assessment by WTSA Assessor.

WTSA Assessor will conduct Assessment on the premises of the client

 

Cost : R4000,00 + VAT

 

Compiled by Emma Burger

Project Manager

Wine Training South Africa

( Accredited with FoodBEV Seta – Accreditation Number : 587/00137/1900)

 

emma@winetrainingsa.co.za  / 021 3000 117