SGD1300 nett per person
(maximum of $1130 subsidy applicable(SSG + SFC), mandatory $170 fee )
What you get and what is included:
- International Kikisake-shi - Study Pack (Workbook + Textbook)
- Samples for tasting during curriculum
- One sitting of examination (subsequent re-sits chargeable)
Upcoming Course Dates
About this course:
The objective of the International Kikisake-shi course is to provide students with comprehensive knowledge and expertise in the art of sake. By the end of the course, students will have developed a deep understanding of the history, production methods, and sensory evaluation of sake. Students will also be able to effectively communicate the complex nuances of sake to others, as well as make informed decisions when selecting and pairing sake with various cuisines.
By the end of the course, students will have the knowledge, skills, and confidence to become experts in the field of sake, and to share their passion and knowledge with others in a professional setting.
The International Kikisake-shi course covers:
•Introduction to the different types of Alcoholic Beverages
•History of Sake
•Raw material / Ingredients that make Sake
•Production process of Sake
•How to taste Sake
•Serving of Sake
•Etiquette of Sake
•Ritual of Sake
•Understanding of Sake Labels
•How to promote Sake
Done in three parts with 3 Papers.
Paper 1 : Covers fundamentals of food and beverages including alcoholic beverages (MC with Short Written Question)
Paper 2 : Covers Sake production and the development of sales promotion (MC with Short Written Question)
Paper 3 : Covers drafting of tasting notes, and service knowledge (Blind tasting with Short Written Questions)
70% correct to pass.