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Floristry

  • 1 Year | Full Time
  • Suffolk Rural
  • Level 2

Course overview

The level 2 in floristry is a City and Guilds technical certificate qualification for ages 16-18 year olds, enabling learners to attain an industry-recognised qualification to work in the floristry industry.

The course provides learners with the opportunity to equip themselves with knowledge around health and safety and customer service alongside the regular creation of floristry designs.  You will learn about different flowers and plants and how to look after them while developing an understanding of the principles behind designs and care and maintenance of floristry products.

You will gain an understanding of how floristry businesses operate and develop the skills needed to interact with customers and identify their needs.

The assessment for the course includes two externally set, externally marked exams, sat under examination conditions, and one externally set, internally marked, externally moderated assignment.

You will arrange your own work experience placement with a local employer and complete a minimum of 150 hours which will enhance your skills and employability.

Course highlights

  • Regular opportunities to plan and create floral designs
  • Well-equipped floristry department
  • Opportunity to be involved in the hosting of floral workshops and Farm Shop
  • Opportunity to compete in the Suffolk Show’s floral competition

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