Students who have current knowledge, skills or experience relevant to a VET course may be granted credit towards the course requirements.
Students may need to spend additional time practising skills in a work environment and completing projects and assignments, in order to fulfil Training Package assessment requirements. The amount of time required by individual students to achieve competency will vary according to their aptitude and experience. Students undertaking HSC VET courses as part of a school-based apprenticeship or traineeship will meet mandatory work placement hour requirements through the on-the-job training component of the school-based apprenticeship or traineeship.
RTOs offering training programs for the delivery and assessment of Floristry HSC VET courses must meet the requirements of the VET Quality Framework, the SFL Floristry Training Package and the HSC course. Learn how to create stunning arrangements using the unique native flowers and plants of Australia. According to a 2011 report by the Society of American Florists, floral retail sales in the U.S. generate $35.2 billion annually…
Florists cut and arrange flowers into bouquets and other types of displays. These florists may also be responsible for packaging the flowers and preparing them to ship to customers. Floral designers working in these shops usually have a regular schedule, arriving when the shop is open and leaving at closing time.
Most florists, if they are not working as part of an internet-based flower retailer, carry out their daily responsibilities in an independent shop. In addition, they may create pre-designed floral arrangements that are disbursed to convenience stores. I completed certificate II in Floristry at Box Hill Institute which was 8 weeks full time.
You will also learn floristry specifics focusing on stock, recognising and caring for flowers, as well as sourcing stock, floristry displays and merchandising. The function of the College, is to train students in the skills associated with the craft of their industry and to learn retail and selling skills. As a private provider, we’re able to write our own training plans which allows us to focus on what Florists are truly going to “need to learn” to move forward in this industry.
Our students are widely recognised as successful Florists and Business Owners with a unique, progressive skill set. “Nothing can beat what you learn when working in the industry, however, in my experience people who study floristry as well tend to progress at a much faster pace. Pearsons School of Floristry has trained over 1,500 florists – many of who are rocking the flower world.
Developing a solid foundation of learning by achieving the knowledge and skills through applied experience and proper training is recommended. Explore the basic skills of floral arrangement and the care of flowers with our inspiring and friendly tutor. Who doesn’t love to try their hand at floristry and arrange some flowers for a special occasion?
Explore the basic skills of floral arrangement and the care of flowers in a fun and friendly environment. Floristry requires both creative and business skills including, materials aesthetics, selection and sustainability, and client communication and relationship building.