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IBD General Certificate in Brewing qualification.

Postby abeyptfc » Thu Jan 03, 2019 21:29

Hi guys, I was just wondering if anyone has completed the above course?
I was having a look today on the IBD site and the next exams are in May. The IBD recommends 3-4 hours study time for each section and there appears to be 20 sections so it seems like alot of studying, although the exam is multiple choice and I’m certain I will know a decent chunk of the material. Hopefully my employer will be paying for it so I don’t want to end up failing it or not giving myself enough revision time and looking like a total helmet to my boss ( Well the last bit I can’t help, I’ve done that many a time already!)
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Re: IBD General Certificate in Brewing qualification.

Postby thepatchworkdoll » Fri Jan 04, 2019 02:24

Go for it Mark
Im sure youll be fine
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Re: IBD General Certificate in Brewing qualification.

Postby Dennis King » Fri Jan 04, 2019 20:17

Yes good luck with that if you go for it.
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Re: IBD General Certificate in Brewing qualification.

Postby HTH1975 » Fri Jan 04, 2019 22:32

Go for it, best of luck. I’m trying to get work to pay for the distilling equivalent through IBD.

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