One week intensive
March 5th – March 9th 2018
Monday – Wednesday Day Class 9.00am – 2.30pm
Thursday 9.00 – 4.30pm
Friday 9.00 – 1.00pm
5 consecutive days starting on Monday 5th March and concluding on the Friday 9th March 2018
INTRODUCTION TO FLORISTRY Course
Learn the flower basics
Duration: 10 lessons
Cost : $1,150.00 inclusive of all flowers and materials used
The Flower basics course is the perfect introduction to floristry for those without prior experience of arranging flowers. It is also well suited to those wanting to refresh skills.
In this course we cover all the basic aspects of Floristry. These are private classes for students looking to gain practical floral experience. A Certificate will be issued on completing the Basic Aspects of Floristry.
The Art of Floristry is an old Tradition. We will explore both traditional and contemporary styles, with an emphasis on flowers looking natural. Each lesson consists of a demonstration by the tutor, followed by a workshop-style tutorial where students create their own arrangements. This allows the student to master the techniques of the lesson, under the guidance of the tutor in a relaxed informal environment. Classes are kept intentionally small to allow quality tuition.
Introduction to flowers. The treatment and conditioning of both flowers and foliage. Florist tools and their uses. Create your own tied posy.
Exploring different ways to arrange cut flowers for your home. (Bring a large vase and some you have difficultly with to discuss options)
In this class you will learn how to make a table arrangement. Lots of ideas to be had here!
This class is a follow on from lesson 3. Hands on experience creating a design using interesting forms in flowers and fruit. How these can set the mood for a party or celebration.
Learning to master the technique of wiring, creating a ladies corsage.
Wiring flowers for hair decorations
Review and final exam. A Certificate will be issued on completing the Basic Aspects of Floristry.
STRUCTURE OF CLASSES
There are three options for participating in classes
Evening Classes – One evening per week, usually Tuesday (over 10 weeks)
Day Classes – One day per week, usually Friday (2 lessons completed per day over 5 weeks)
One Week Intensive Classes – Monday to Friday
Stage One: 10 lessons all in one week
Stage Two: the following week again 10 lessons all in one week.
One week break
Stage Three: 10 lessons all in one week