The Wine Scholar Guild’s French Wine Scholar (FWS) Program received official endorsement as an approved wine certification program from Skillsfuture Singapore!
The Skillsfuture is a national movement that encourages individuals to take ownership of their skills development and lifelong learning.
All Singaporeans aged 25 and above have received an opening credit of S$500 since January 2016. Such credit will not expire and the Singapore government will provide periodic top-ups so that Singaporeans may accumulate their credit, and use it to pay for a wide range of approved skills-related courses in the Skillsfuture listing.
(Click on this link to watch a clip on the’ Who, What, When, Where, Why and How’ of Singapore’s Skillsfuture initiative: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H9C5WB6lqiI )
Mr. Lim Hwee Peng CWE FWS (of WineCraft Marketing & Services, an approved program provider for the FWS Program in Singapore) shared, “We are extremely proud and delighted that the FWS program under our care in Singapore has been successfully accorded as an approved program in the Skillsfuture listing. The Skillsfuture, a national initiative, aspires to deepen skills and achieve mastery in professional fields through a list of curated courses; such aim coincides neatly into ours, which is to increase professionalism in the Wine, F&B, Hospitality and related trade sectors.”
Lim continues, “The efforts we have cultivated in building credibility and to heighten awareness of FWS program among professionals and enthusiasts were instrumental in paving the way for the FWS program to be approved as part of Skillsfuture courses.” Lim also highlighted that FWS program’s approved status in Skillsfuture will run till year 2021.
Wine Scholar Guild President, Julian Camus, stated, “Having a Singapore Skillsfuture listing validates the resumé-building nature of this study and certification program. We are proud to be a part of Singapore’s commitment to professional development.”
About the Wine Scholar Guild:
The Wine Scholar Guild (www.winescholarguild.org) provides outstanding educational programming for the professional development of wine industry members and committed students of wine. It offers innovative and multi-faceted instruction through print, webinars, study trips and classes with tutored tastings. The Wine Scholar Guild offers wine study and certification programs for serious students of wine. These programs are offered by 50 program providers in 15 countries on 5 continents. Educational programing is also available in distance learning formats.
Full information on the French Wine Scholar program is also available on the Wine Scholar Guild web site at: