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Want to learn how to become a florist? If you’d love to work with flowers, studying a floristry course might be your first step.
You'll need to be creative and have an eye for detail, so if this sounds like you, why not work towards a job surrounded by beautiful blooms all day long!
A floristry course will teach you basic flower and greenery arranging and give you work experience as a real florist, so you can start building the floral design skills you’ll need to get a job or launch your own floristry business one day.
Whether you are an absolute beginner or a seasoned florist these courses are designed to inspire you and take your technical floristry skills to the next level.
Learn the elements and principles in floral design. Identify plants, wrap, pack and protect flowers and understands costs. All course tutors are professionals within the industry.
Studying floristry can set you up for a career in a broad range of retailers and event organisers and decorators or work for yourself as a floral designer for weddings, birthdays, funerals and more.
Florist - $21 – $28 per hour