Glasgow-based Whisky Ambassador, which has trained staff at Gleneagles and the Trump resort in Aberdeen, has signed up the Mackenzie Group to roll out its entry-level course in five cities, including Beijing and Shanghai.
It comes as Scotch exports to China continue to rise and as it welcomes more bars dedicated to the spirit.
Whisky accounted for 40% of the spirits imported to China last year, with only Cognac exporting more.
The one-day course, which is delivered in Mandarin, gives staff an overview of how whisky is made and how to sell it, along with a few anecdotes to spark dialogue with customers.
It also covers useful information such as how to spot a fake bottle of whisky, pricing, and how to start up a whisky club.
The programme is being headed in China by former South China Post journalist Will Clem, who has qualified as a whisky ambassador with the company, along with three Mackenzie Group colleagues.
It was set up earlier this year as an inbound sales, marketing, distribution and education organisation to help Scottish companies access the Chinese market.
Jo Graham, managing director of The Whisky Ambassador, said: "Scotch is seen as a drink for successful people, with some using it to flaunt their wealth, for business entertainment and relationship building. The Chinese have been drinking wine for 2000 years and have a fascination in the story of alcohol."
Ms Graham said The Whisky Ambassador is planning to offer its courses in the US and revealed it had reached an agreement with ABV Training to deliver its courses in England and Wales. Its one-day course costs £200 but Scots can cover the cost by applying for an Individual Learning Account.
The Whisky Ambassador has a sister company, People Solutions, which focuses on human resources and other training courses.