Evening course

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This 10 week course is aimed at complete beginners.

You will understand how to care for, condition and use a diverse range of flowers and foliage’s. You will create a wide range of beautiful floral designs to include hand tied bouquets, table centrepieces, basic wedding and an introduction to sympathy flowers. 

Course reference: FLP017

Entry Requirements:

Dates & Location:

Date: Wednesday 26th September 2018

Time: 18:00 - 20:00

Location: Plumpton College

Duration:

10 weeks, 1 evening a week

Costs:

£225 tuition

£250 mandatory fee for flowers.

Facilities

We’re truly fortunate to have the beautiful natural surroundings of our Plumpton estate and the South Downs to give inspiration for all of our courses. You’ll be able to enjoy our extensive grounds and horticulture facilities, all conveniently located for your course.

  • The perfect working location for your studies

Extensive estate grounds and horticulture greenhouses for you to discover at Plumpton, the ideal location for identifying and creating displays from our indoor and outdoor plants.

  • Modern floristry classrooms in a natural environment

You’ll find our classes a great inspiration for your floral creations. Helping you to develop your skills in a modern and comfortable environment.

  • Excellent support from experienced staff

You’ll discover great support from our experienced lecturers. Their focus is on making all of your lectures challenging but enjoyable too! 

  • Grow your knowledge on our course visits

As part of many of our courses, we offer visits to New Covent Garden, local garden centres and wholesalers, plus to the bulb fields of Holland.

Future Opportunities

Intermediate Floristry 

NCFE Creative Craft Level 2 - Introduction to Floristry 

City & Guilds Level 2 Diploma in Floristry 

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