If you’ve already completed your Level 2 Floristry qualification or have existing floral knowledge, this brilliant course will take your skills to a new level.
You’ll be able to discover lots of advanced techniques from right across the globe. We’ve got fantastic facilities here at Plumpton and with a natural environment that will inspire you, you’ll get to create some stunning creations for a wide variety of occasions. The course will enable you to concentrate on all aspects of the creative design process.
The course will provide you with a range of specialist technical practical skills and knowledge which will equip you to progress to employment or further learning and training within the floristry industry. You will study a range of topics that are all compulsory and will study creative floral design methods and techniques, botany and business skills. On top of that, you will cover in detail how to produce a range of designs, including tied designs, wired designs, glued designs and designs in different mediums. You will study how to produce floral designs for different events, such as weddings and funerals. You will also learn about current and future design development and innovation in floristry.
An advanced professional and commercial floristry programme, a natural progression from the Level 2 Diploma in Floristry or the Level 2 Technical Certificate in Floristry.
This qualification is aimed at candidates who wish to develop their existing floristry skills. The course consists of 9 units of which all must be passed to achieve the Diploma. Each unit has theoretical and practical content. Written assignments are set for each unit and there are 17 timed practical assessments to pass
To achieve the Level 3 Advanced Technical Diploma in Floristry (540) candidates must successfully complete all the mandatory assessment components.
• Level 3 Floristry – Theory exam
• Level 3 Floristry – Synoptic assignment
• Level 3 Principles of health and safety – Theory exam
• Undertake and review work related experience in the land-based industries (minimum of 150 hours) – portfolio
Study programmes include a minimum of compulsory work experience hours 150 for under 19’s and 80 hours for over 19’s. These can be achieved through one day a week or block placements. The amount of hours required is dependent on the study programme.
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2 and a half days per week
Learners under the age of 19 will need to re-sit English and maths if they have not acheived this at GCSE level, on an additional timetabled day.
There are material costs for Floristry courses.
You will need a basic tool box and Florists apron.
I would recommend this course to anyone who has a passion for floristry! Level 3 has taught me new skills & floristry techniques, helped build my confidence and allowed me develop my own style.
You could progress onto the following qualifications:
• City and Guilds Level 4 Higher Diploma in Floristry
• City and Guilds Level 5 Master Diploma in Professional Floristry
Alternatively you may choose to take on a role in a floristry shop or business, with a view to taking on a supervisory role.
Apply for this course online now to begin you journey towards a qualification in Floristry.
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