national Certificate in floristry (level 2) Learn fundamental floristry knowledge and skills
Programme information >> Prepare and display floristry stock >> Demonstrate knowledge of flowering plants and foliage used in floristry >> Care for floristry stock and merchandise >> Provide service to floristry customers >> Demonstrate knowledge of the elements and principles of floristry design >> Personal presentation in the workplace >> Assemble and prepare floristry products >> Demonstrate knowledge of floriculture >> Health and safety >> First aid
programme outline Learn: >> Wiring techniques >> How to assemble corsages and buttonholes >> Bowl arrangements >> Hand-tied bouquets >> Floral gifts >> Retailing
Confidently pursue a career as a florist, assistant florist or flower arranger
>> Plant physiology >> Health and safety >> First aid A 150 â€“ 200 page portfolio will also be completed as part of this programme. This will cover all aspects of work undertaken.
0800 944 847 firstname.lastname@example.org
ADDITIONAL information further study options Students that are already employed as florists may choose to engage in further training through the Horticulture Industry Training Organisation or New Zealand Professional Florist.
Qualification Graduates gain the National Certificate in Floristry (Level 2)
LOCATION Porirua campus, Wineera Drive, Porirua City
2014 START DATEs 17 February, 21 July
DURATION Half year, full-time
Monday - Thursday
9.30am - 3pm
fees Domestic: $3,245 International: $10,950
Entry requirements Domestic: TEC entry criteria applies, please contact us International: IELTS 5.5 (no band lower than 5.0)
Fees, programmes and dates are subject to change. Please confirm before applying to enrol.
national certificate in floristry (level 2)
Enrol now! September 2013