I am Arindam. I have been to one of your wine classes (as the rest fills up before I can figure out my life on that day!!) and also run a wine meetup. I am a professor by profession (as of now!).
I am interested in doing some of your sommelier courses. But I wanted to talk to you (or someone else) regarding the details before I start taking classes.
Is there a time and date I can come down and have a chat? Mondays and Fridays during the day work for me. Otherwise anytime in the evening or weekends are fine too.
Thanks a lot!
- Arindam Basu asked 3 years ago
- last edited 3 years ago
We’ve had a few requests for phone support lately, so I though it best to address it directly. This information is covered in our FAQ and TOS, but those are a bit dry. If you are interested why we keep our customer support on the forum (and why that is good for you) here you go: https://www.vinology.com/talking-with-keith/
I don’t understand why it isn’t a good idea to discuss with potential students as to what the course entails and what are the expectations and outcomes. I think that’s what are job is as a course instructor… to advise students in a proper direction.
Anyway. thanks for your time in responding.
- Arindam Basu answered 3 years ago
I am always happy to discuss details of the courses. To do that, I find the best way to offer guidance is via this forum. That way, other potential students can gain insight and understanding, too.
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If you could, please post your questions publically on this forum. As a fellow academic, you understand how a one-on-one with a potential student isn’t a great idea. That would be a relationship based on consumerism, and that isn’t a healthy classroom dynamic. I am generous with my time for current students, though. Plus, all my students –past, present, and future– can reach out to me here for assistance.