If you want to develop your creative skills and learn essential business acumen to prepare for success in the floristry industry, this is the course for you.
The intrinsic approach of this course will help you to tailor the development of your floral design skills towards your own personal style, enabling you to blaze your own trail. You will also research current and cultural trends adapting design styles to meet the increasingly diverse requirements of the floristry industry.
Our floristry department is recognised as one of the most successful providers of floristry training in the UK. Taught by highly experienced staff with commercial backgrounds, you will improve your craft and learn to produce designs to excellent standards of professional workmanship.
Self-exploration will increase your independence and develop your confidence, so you will be able to deal with the changing nature of commercial floristry, both in design style and rapidly developing marketing techniques.
The course is made up of 10 modules (or units).
The course is assessed through a combination of integrated assignments, written and practical examination.
Students will be able to access course timetables for the academic year in September.
Students will attend 25 days per year in blocks.
As a student at UCR, you will have two main costs to meet; your tuition fees and living costs.
Our full-time tuition fees for UK and EU students, entering University, can be found on our student finance page. These fees are charged for each academic year of a course and are set by the college annually.
Tuition fees for international students can also be found on our student finance page.
You may be eligible for an Advanced Learner Loan to cover the cost of your tuition fees.
Costing has been worked out to include registration, exam fees and certificate issue. Flowers for the practical exam are an additional cost at approximately £150.
Learners will supply their own flowers, foliage, sundries and accessories. A comprehensive range of foliage is available in Reaseheath grounds.
If learners are representing the institution whilst working on a project off-site, a Reaseheath apron must be worn. Learners supply their own tools and equipment.
Publications by leading floral designers:
Prices of equipment are subject to change dependent on retailer.
Apply directly through Reaseheath
Merit at City and Guilds Level 3 Diploma in Floristry or Advanced Technical Diploma in Floristry
5 GCSEs grade 4 or above, including English
Part-time: 2 years
25 days per year in blocks
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University Centre Reaseheath is committed to providing additional financial support to those who need it. To find out about the bursary schemes available visit our additional financial support page.
For students to get the best out of their time at University Centre Reaseheath, we must both recognise that we owe obligations to each other. These obligations are set out in our UCR Student Contract. Before you accept an offer of a place at University Centre Reaseheath, it is important that you read these contract conditions. If you are going to be living in Halls of Residence, you will also need to read the Student Accommodation Licence Conditions. Both of these contracts can be found here.
All UCR students are given the opportunity to apply for residential accommodation. First year students are guaranteed accommodation and this offer is made to all applicants who live more than a reasonable daily travelling distance from Reaseheath (providing you have applied before the UCAS equal considerations deadline. For full details on our halls of residence visit our accommodation page.
We have a team of dedicated professionals on hand to offer you support. These include our Student Services Team, Inclusive Learning Team, Library and Learning Resources Team and the Reaseheath Careers Service. You can find more information on the support provided at Reaseheath on our support page.