21-YEAR-OLD FLORIST IS BLOOMING MARVELLOUS
Western Sydney locals will be spoilt for choice when it comes to buying flowers after a proud Wiradjuri woman and St Marys resident launched her own floristry business dedicated to supporting local growers.
TAFE NSW floristry courses blossom through tough times
Despite many industries and small businesses taking a hit as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic the floristry industry has seen a major spike in demand as Australians opt to send their loved ones bouquets during tough times and in the lead up to Mothers’ Day.
Make your own bouquet this Valentine’s Day
Considering Australians spent almost $3.2 million on flowers for Valentine's Day last year, A TAFE NSW floristry expert is giving up his top tips to create a hand-made bouquet in under 15 minutes, without breaking the bank.
Impress guests this Christmas with floral decorations
Did you spend too much on Christmas gifts and are wondering how to decorate your home for less, festive floristry is the answer! Keep Christmas decorations sustainable, budget friendly and sweet-smelling with tips from TAFE NSW Floristry teacher.
Short course success at TAFE NSW Walgett
Two groups of talented and enthusiastic students have graduated from TAFE NSW Walgett with nationally-recognised skills as locals embrace the range of exciting courses on offer.
30 year wait for TAFE NSW Floristry graduate’s dream job
In the face of incredible adversity, Cath Roberts has relaunched her career and is flourishing in a job she loves. Now she wants to share her talent and help other TAFE NSW students achieve their dream careers.
TAFE NSW Yallah proves fertile training ground for blooming Kiama business
Just three years after her TAFE NSW graduation Louise Daly has a blooming business and now employs a TAFE NSW graduate.