Floristry

Study Type Part Time
Venue Shipley College
Duration 30 Weeks
Level Level 2
Start Date Multiple start dates

Floristry Level 2 Diploma

This course offers an excellent introduction if you are considering a career in floristry and have a passion for flowers. Learn a range of practical techniques including gift-wrapping, hand-tied bouquets…

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Study Type Part Time
Venue Shipley College
Duration 33 Weeks
Level Level 3
Start Date 18-Sep-2019

Floristry Level 3 Subsidiary Diploma

This course is excellent if you would like to build on your existing floristry skills and knowledge or progress from the Level 2 Diploma in Floristry and further develop your skills and techniques. You…

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Study Type Part Time
Venue Shipley College
Duration 1 Day
Level Level 2
Start Date 09-Jun-2020

Floristry Workshop Level 2

This is a one day taster workshop to introduce you to, and prepare you for, the full Floristry Level 2 course in September. During the workshop, you will learn some basic floristry skills, including working…

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Study Type Part Time
Venue Shipley College
Duration 1 Day
Level Level 3
Start Date 16-Jun-2020

Floristry Workshop Level 3

This is a one day taster workshop to introduce you to, and prepare you for, the full Floristry Level 3 course in September. During the workshop, you will learn more advanced floristry skills including…

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I have worked in finance for 30 years however a visit to the Chelsea Flower Show inspired me to take my interest in flowers to the next level. I am very passionate about British grown flowers and want to use them as much as possible in my arrangements, as well as one day being able to start growing my own. Having done the 3 week ‘on-a-budget’ course and the 6 week contemporary course at Shipley College, I wanted start the Level 2 qualification course. After the course, I would like to continue on to the Level 3, even though I still see myself as a ‘hobby Florist’ rather than doing it as a career.

Jacqui, 51, Floristry BTEC Level 2 Diploma (Part-time Students)

I have been passionate about flowers since I was young and would consider myself a bit of a ‘flower nerd’. Following a recommendation from a friend who completed this course last year, I saw this as a way to turn my passion in to a career. This course has helped me learn new skills to work in floristry. I have worked as a free-lance florist in the USA, however as I learn more about the British flower industry I am finding it very different. I would like to progress on to Level 3 Floristry to refine my skills and knowledge and continue to work in floristry.

Tara, 31, Floristry BTEC Level 2 Diploma (Part-time Students)

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