Qualification: Level 2 in Floral Design (7144-12)
Start Dates: Tuesdays 6pm-9pm
Duration: Part-time, 3hs a week (20 weeks)
Start Day/Time: Tuesday 6th February 2024
Awarded by: City & Guilds
This course is intended for those wishing to learn, enjoy and succeed in a new career or hobby. A short achievable course, suitable for those who do not wish to do a full year qualification. A great starting point for anyone to see if floristry is for them and learning all the basics in this floral industry.
Important information: Unfortunately City & Guilds are retiring this qualification so this will be the last time it will run, if you are interested all deposits are required by 1st December 2023 so we can register you on the course, ready for Feb 2024 start.
To join the course you will have plenty of enthusiasm and an interest in flowers, or desirable to have some shop experience and evidence.
The course covers designs from any of the following areas
- Hand tied bouquets
- Decorative Arrangements
- Wedding Designs
The unit is assessed by assignments, and practical assessments. Assessment will be based on practical course work.
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: £1270.00 inc vat 20% flowers, tuition, and sundries, inc £100.00 for your Certification and registration with City and Guilds
deposit to your book place @£100.00, DEPOSITS NEED TO BE PAID BY 1ST DECEMBER 2023 you can then pay the rest in instalments over 5 months
NB: All fees quoted are normally per year, except where stated, and may be subject to change.
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