TAFE SA introduces scholarship to support SA women looking for careers in wine!!
TAFE SA Wine & Spirit Education Trust (WSET) and French wine scholar Gill Gordon-Smith says she had been inspired by the inaugural Australian Women in Wine Awards in 2015 to show support to other women keen to develop their career in the industry.
About Wine and Viticulture
Courses in wine production prepare graduates for work in the wine industry. Depending on the specialisation area/s chosen, graduates develop the skills and knowledge to manage the cultivation and development of vines, work as a vineyard owner or manager. Students also develop skills, knowledge and experience in wine and regional food production, processing and evaluation, including evaluation of tourism opportunities.
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Women who are working in the wine industry in South Australia, and are willing to commit to studies in 2016-17, are eligible for the scholarship, which is to complete WSET Level 2 or 3 Award in Wine and Spirits at TAFE SA’s Barossa, Urrbrae or McLaren Vale campuses.
More information on venues and course dates can be found here.