ACADEMY OF FLORISTRY
Qualification: Level 3 Certificate in Floristry
Start Dates: September 2018
Duration: 6 months
Hours of attendance and start date will be confirmed at interview or enrolment.
Awarded by: City & Guilds
This course is intended for those wishing to work at a more senior level in the floristry industry, who have successfully completed the Level 2 Diploma in Floristry or a similar relevant qualification such as the NVQ 2 in Floristry or have commercial evidence that they have the relevant industry experience.
To join the course you will have achieved either the Level 2 Diploma in Floristry or an equivalent relevant qualification such as the NVQ 2 Floristry. An interview with the course tutor will be required. Students over the age of 19, who do not have the standard entry requirements, may be eligible for this course subject to previous experience and interview. It is recommended that you may have 4 GCSE’s at Grade C or above including Numeracy and Literacy.
The course is made up from the following units: this may/can change/more can be added
- The creative design process for florists (7 credits)
- Diverse tied floral designs (12 credits)
- Assembly of diverse floral arrangements (12 credits)
The units are assessed by assignments, and practical assessments. Assessment will be based on practical course work and an external examination.
The course will be supplemented by visits, the preparation of commercial orders which are taken by the academy, the preparation of arrangements for external events, the preparation of displays, participation in competitions and shows.
Protective and suitable clothing to be worn during all practical sessions. You will need to have access to a camera to create a portfolio of your work.
Cost: please enquire for fees
NB: All fees quoted are normally per year, except where stated, and may be subject to change.
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