Join TAFE SA’s Gill-Gordon Smith IWE to discuss how education, pathways and collaboration can successfully engage and connect media, trade and consumers. In this webinar, Gill will explore the value and benefits of educational programs through the lens of a range of innovative programs both local and international. This approach has impact, is sustainable and creates opportunity for individual wine business as well as regional associations to benefit from community creation, key stakeholder identification and networks.
By attending this webinar you will learn more about :
-What makes a great educational experience
-How to connect with the right people to tell your story
-Selecting the right candidates
-How do you measure impact and success
-What does a successful program look like
-Values and benefits
This webinar is free to ALL WCA Members. To register, CLICK HERE
Non-Members will be charged $50 + GST to access the webinar. To pay and register, CLICK HERE
Gill Gordon-Smith IWE is an educator, writer, Judge, retailer and artisan wine producer based in the Mclaren Vale region. She is the WCA 2017 Wine Educator and Wine Communicator of the year and co-ordinator of the Wine & Spirit School TAFESA. With Diplomas in Vocational education and Training design and development and a true passion for education and wine, Gill leads a team of renowned Industry based Educators running WSET, Wine Scholar Guild courses as well as national and global wine education programs. She was an integral part of the award winning Qantas Sommeliers in the Sky team and has travelled extensively over the last 25 years seeking out regions and producers that inspire. Gill also works with VIA’s educator program and with Wine Australia presenting educational programs for Emerging Markets and believes that quality education is the key to sustainability, connection and understanding.