I have no experience with Floristry, what is the best class for me?
Start with a Beginner one-off class, a Beginner’s Master Class or the Flora Botanica Course. These are a great start for a new hobby or creative interest. You can complete these classes/course with absolutely no experience. The Industry Ready course also has no pre-requisite for prior experience, so if you’re ready to jump straight into learning for a career change, this may be suited to you. To ensure you learn the most in our Industry Ready Course, we start at the very beginning.Is the Industry Ready Course Nationally Recognised?
No. We are a private training provider and have developed our own curriculum, largely based on the National Training Package. The Floristry Industry is unregulated and doesn’t require ‘certificates’. You require skills, extensive experience and a responsible tutor to tell you your realistic level of skills to become successful. Your skills, speed and autonomy will set you apart from others. You can seek to obtain Skills Recognition from an RTO, demonstrating the skills learned during this course, as many past students have.Do I get a certificate at the end of my course?
We will provide every student who completes the Industry Ready Course(es) and Advanced Courses with a Certificate of completion. All one-off classes will not receive a Certificate unless specified.
If I miss a class, will I be able to attend another?
Please refer to our Cancellation & Refund Policy
below.Would I be able to open a Florist Shop after completing the 5 Lesson Flora Botanica Course?
No. Let’s be real about this. Floristry is a ‘profession’ and it’s better to be realistic that you’re going to need to undertake lots of ongoing training and then put it into practice for some time before you’re going to be ready to embark on a successful business. Everyone will learn differently and everyone will have different strengths and weaknesses. We’re responsibly setting our students up for success and will ensure that we have clear communication with you about your skill set and how you’re able to continue to develop.