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Old November 24th, 2013, 10:30 AM
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I want detail of Highbury College Portsmouth Floristry courses, so can you tell me about this program with detail?
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Old November 24th, 2013, 12:01 PM
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Here as on your asking I am telling you with the detail about Highbury College Portsmouth Floristry courses which place an emphasis on the practical floristry skills needed by a trainee florist undertaking day to day tasks. Highbury College Portsmouth Floristry courses include specialist techniques such as gift wrapping, hand-ties, wedding and planted designs.

Highbury College Portsmouth Floristry course is planed for those considering floristry as a career. This course will introduce you to some of the main floristry techniques and the floristry industry. Highbury College Portsmouth Floristry course is made up of the following units:

Introduction to Art and Design for florists;
Identify, check and monitor the quality of incoming cut materials;
Identify and maintain the condition of plants and planted designs;
Plan, prepare and construct tied floristry designs;
Plan, prepare and construct funeral designs;
Plan, prepare and construct floral arrangements;
Plan, prepare and construct wedding designs with floral materials;
Display of floristry goods;
Introduction to working in the floristry industry;
Introduction to function decorating using floral displays.

After doing Floristry courses from Highbury College Portsmouth you could start your own business and you could also take training at Level 4/5, and move into areas such as freelance floral decoration, floral design, exhibition work, teaching or international demonstration work.
17,000 people work in the industry, in approximately 8,400 businesses
23% of florists are under 25 years of age
Earnings for new entrants can be around the National Minimum Wage
Experienced florists can potentially earn £16,000-£18,000 a year

Highbury College
Tudor Crescent
Tel: (023) 9238 3131
Email: info@highbury.ac.uk

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