- Start date: September
- Duration: A full-time 1 year course, running over 2 days per week.
- Location: Brooksby
- Fees: This course is fully funded for school leavers. Fees may apply to mature applicants. Please contact us on 01664 855 444 or email email@example.com for more information.
Past students who have studied Floristry have gone on to work in Floristry shops, set up their own businesses, worked from home, or conducted consultations for weddings, in addition to other floristry-related careers.
5 GCSEs at Grade C or above or grade 4-9 including English OR Level 2 Floristry and Level 1 Functional Skills
- Principles of Flower and Foliage Materials Conditioning and Use
- Practical Conditioning and Use of Flowers and Foliage Materials
- Understanding Floristry Design
- Planning, Assembling and Evaluating: Wedding Designs, Floral Designs, Sympathy Designs
- Tied Floristry
Why choose BMC?
The course is delivered during the first half of the week, enabling those with families or jobs to arrange their learning around their life commitments. The course is for school leavers, adults and those without any traditional academic qualifications.
You will be taught by passionate tutors who are industry practitioners, so they will teach you about the most up-to-date styles, techniques and trends within the Floristry industry.
English and Maths
English and Maths are very important for you during your studies and beyond. The Government has introduced new standards which mean that employers will looking for these skills when you enter the workplace. BMC is committed to ensuring that our students leave us with everything they need to reach their goals and meet the expectations of the industry.
If you are under 19 and narrowly miss the English and/or Maths requirements of your course (by one grade), don’t worry – BMC can offer you a suitable course at another level and you can take GCSE English or Maths alongside it (daytime and evening options available). Learners will not be expected to take both GCSE English and GCSE Maths in the same year.
If you are under 19 and miss the English and/or Maths entry requirements of your course by more than one grade, BMC offers Functional Skills, an effective method to improve literacy and numeracy, for up to two hours per week.
If you like what you’ve seen so far, why not come along to our next Brooksby Campus Open Event?
This is a fantastic way for you to get a feel for what it’s like to be a student at BMC. You will get to meet our industry-expert teaching staff, tour our fantastic facilities and find out everything you need to know about courses at BMC.
For a list of our upcoming events, click here.