SASA Level 2 Examination – Johannesburg

Johannesburg – 29 October 2018

Venue to be confirmed

The examination covers theory, blind tasting and practical dining room work. The examination may include subjects not covered in the SASA Foundational Sommellerie Course and will change from time to time. The candidate is required to showcase the knowledge and expertise that is to be expected from a professional sommelier, and must successfully pass all three sections in order to be awarded the title of SASA Sommelier. It is recommended that the candidate has a theoretical level of understanding in line with WSET Level 3, the Cape Wine Academy Diploma or the Court of Master Sommeliers Certified Sommelier. The SASA Sommelier examination is open to all SASA members to sit without any prerequisites, under the condition that the member has, in his/her own opinion, accumulated enough experience to attempt the examination.

Please email info@sommeliers.org.za for further information.

SASA Level 2 Examination – Cape Town

Cape Town – 22 October 2018

Venue to be confirmed

The examination covers theory, blind tasting and practical dining room work. The examination may include subjects not covered in the SASA Foundational Sommellerie Course and will change from time to time. The candidate is required to showcase the knowledge and expertise that is to be expected from a professional sommelier, and must successfully pass all three sections in order to be awarded the title of SASA Sommelier. It is recommended that the candidate has a theoretical level of understanding in line with WSET Level 3, the Cape Wine Academy Diploma or the Court of Master Sommeliers Certified Sommelier. The SASA Sommelier examination is open to all SASA members to sit without any prerequisites, under the condition that the member has, in his/her own opinion, accumulated enough experience to attempt the examination.

Please email info@sommeliers.org.za for further information.

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SASA Level 1 Examination – Cape Town

Cape Town – 2 July 2018

Venue to be confirmed

The examination consists of two sections, firstly a closed book theory test with multiple choice questions covering basic wine knowledge not covered in SASA’s Wine Steward course, as well as wine service questions covered in the course. The theory test is followed by a practical dining room test in the form of a scenario in which the candidate will be tasked to show his/her ability to handle table setup and table service, basic but accurate wine service and the communicative accuracy that is expected with any type of guest within a hospitality context. The SASA Wine Steward examination is open for all SASA members to sit without any prerequisites, e.g. the SASA courses or any of the relevant wine qualifications, under the condition that the member has, in his/her own opinion, accumulated enough experience elsewhere in order to attempt the examination.

Please email info@sommeliers.org.za for further information.

SASA Level 1 Examination – Johannesburg

Johannesburg – 27 June 2018

Venue to be confirmed

The examination consists of two sections, firstly a closed book theory test with multiple choice questions covering basic wine knowledge not covered in SASA’s Wine Steward course, as well as wine service questions covered in the course. The theory test is followed by a practical dining room test in the form of a scenario in which the candidate will be tasked to show his/her ability to handle table setup and table service, basic but accurate wine service and the communicative accuracy that is expected with any type of guest within a hospitality context. The SASA Wine Steward examination is open for all SASA members to sit without any prerequisites, e.g. the SASA courses or any of the relevant wine qualifications, under the condition that the member has, in his/her own opinion, accumulated enough experience elsewhere in order to attempt the examination.

Please email info@sommeliers.org.za for further information.