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Floristry Courses

Floristry courses offer students a chance to expand on their visual design skills and learn how to apply their expertise in a business setting.

Courses in this sector are formulated to equip you with the practical skills and background knowledge you need to accomplish communicative, critical business tasks within any organisation.

Popular courses in Floristry

Certificate II in Floristry (Assistant)

Course code: SFL20115

Enter the bright and beautiful world of flowers through the nationally recognised Certificate II in Floristry (Assistant). Under the guidance of an experienced florist, you will learn how to assemble products, source information on floristry products and services, recognise flower and plant materials, receive stock, prepare and care for floristry stock as well as a range of retail, customer service and administrative tasks.

Certificate III in Floristry

Course code: SFL30115

Are you working in floristry, but would like to enhance you skills? The Certificate III in Floristry will build on your existing knowledge, experience and training in floristry to develop a higher level of skill.

Certificate IV in Floristry

Course code: SFL40115

You will further develop your eye for aesthetics, as well as your ability to design unique flower and plant arrangements for a variety of uses, beyond basic floristry retail. You will learn how to use computer aided design to realise your visions, and how to manage teams of florists, mentor aspiring florists, work to large budgets, and exercise your style with confidence to deliver amazing arrangements in varying spaces.

A floristry course can lead to a number of job opportunities, from arranging bouquets as a florist assistant to crunching numbers owning a small floristry business. Qualifications in floristry can lead to a job as a florist, florist assistant, florist business manager or florist business owner. There are currently over 5,600 employed florists in Australia.Whether you're just starting out in your floristry career, want to gain more qualifications, add to your previous experience, or simply broaden your horizons, TAFE NSW offers a wide variety of courses at a number of levels to suit you. TAFE courses in the area include Floristry, Agriculture and Floristry (Assistant).