Introduction To Professional Floristry
Developed by the tutors at The Floristry School, this course will give you the knowledge and skills needed to create and develop some of the key floral designs used by professional florists in the industry.
About this event
This 10-week course is a taster of the industry and will give you the underpinning knowledge which is essential as you start your career in floristry. You will better understand the needs of the botanical materials you are using each week and you will become more confident using a range of design techniques and mediums as you develop your creative skills.
Designs produced during the course include: bouquets, hand-tied designs, basket arrangements, posy style designs, seasonal door wreaths or hanging designs, table centers, limited contemporary designs and planted designs.
The course is split between floristry theory and floristry design and areas of study include:
- Care and conditioning – rules and myths
- Botanical naming of fresh cut materials
- Colour theory
- Elements and principles of design
- Floristry techniques and how to use them within designs
- Inspiration, trends and working seasonally
- Designing with plants and plant physiology
- Biodegradable designs and how these can be developed
- Different wrapping styles
- Using accessories and frameworks in designs.
This course is a great stepping-stone for anyone who might like to change their career or who may want to develop an in-sight into the world of floristry.
Course 1: 10.00am start – 1.00pm finish. £325.00 for the 10-week course
Course 2: 6.00pm start - 9.00pm finish. £325.00 for the 10-week course
The cost of the course does not include fresh materials – a list of materials needed each week will be issue once students have enrolled on the course. Discounts for fresh materials for Floristry School Students have been negotiated at selected partner florists in the Sheffield area.
Any sundries, such as floral foam, moss, tape and wire can be purchased at TFS.