Floristry Level 2 Certificate
If you would like a career in or have a keen interest for floristry, this intensive course is ideal for you. New topics will be discussed and fresh designs made each week.
* Funding is subject to eligibility. Please see below for details or contact the Student Advice Centre for more information.
What topics are covered?
Introduction to Art and Design in Floristry enables candidates to recognise the elements and principles of design and colour and apply them to all aspects of floral design. Identify and Care for Cut Materials covers flower, foliage and berried material identification, availability and conditioning prior to use in floral designs. Hand Tied Floristry Designs enables candidates to demonstrate their skills in the construction of a range of hand tied gift and presentation designs along with various types of gift packaging. Designs will be costed and evaluated. Wedding Designs with Floral Materials enables candidates to demonstrate skills in the design and construction of simple commercial wedding designs, including wiring and gluing techniques, packaging, evaluation and costing.
Who is the course aimed at?
If you would like a career in or have a keen interest for floristry, this intensive course is ideal for you.
What are the entry requirements?
Entry to the course is subject to a interview with the course tutor. You should also have a good standard of literacy and numeracy.
What qualifications will I gain?
Level 2 Certificate in Floristry.
Who is the awarding body?City & Guilds
Who will be my tutor?
How will I learn?
Practical assessments and written assignments.
How will I be assessed?
Online exam plus practical graded assessments.
What can I do after this course?
Employment or progression on to Level 3 Floristry course.
How much does this course cost?
Fully Funded: FREE
Are there any additional costs?
The college will supply flowers. Should you wish to take your design home a charge will be made (to be advised on a weekly basis). You will also need to purchase your own stationery for your portfolios and assignments.
Which department is this course in?DHSL (Department of Hospitality, Spa Industries and Landbased)
Where will I need to go on my first day?On your first day, please report to the Reception in the Roper Building at City Centre Campus.
What do I need to bring?
Notebooks, pens and camera or mobile phone for taking pictures of your work. Occasionally you will be asked to bring in other items to use ie; containers, garden foliage etc. The college has a canteen but you may bring your own food and drink if you wish.
The College Shop (located at our City Centre Campus) offers a wide selection of stationary, course equipment and starter kits to suit your study needs.
What else do I need to know?
Students will be given an overview of the course including dates and times, rules and codes of conduct, health and safety procedures and location of facilities etc.
To avoid disappointment, please make sure you apply for your chosen course early. Decisions regarding running or cancelling a course are made one week prior to the start of the course. If a course is cancelled, you will be informed and your course fees refunded in full. Please see Terms and Conditions of Enrolment.
The course will not run on bank holidays or during half term. Please check here for term dates.
Where can I find out more information?If you need help or answers to specific questions, please contact the Student Advice Centre on 01225 312191 ext. 720 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you are not sure which course would be right for you, we offer FREE Careers Advice to any person aged 19 or over. Our advisers can help you search for a suitable course or other learning and training opportunities.
How do I apply?Online: Click the "Apply" button and fill out an online application form.
By post: Download the Part-time Learning Agreement and send to Student Advice Centre, Bath College, Avon Street, Bath BA1 1UP.
In person: Visit the Student Advice Centre in either of our campuses.