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This qualification recognises the skills of an intermediate florist. People credited with the qualification are able to demonstrate competence in the knowledge and skills required by industry to practice floristry under the supervision of a senior florist.
Holders of the qualification are able to apply their specialist product knowledge in floristry and sales to meet the needs of customers. They are able to prepare, construct, and evaluate hand tied floral designs, and floral designs using a base medium, according to design specifications, for a range of purposes and occasions.
The optional Advanced strand of this qualification recognises the skills of a senior florist. People credited with the strand are able to demonstrate competence in the knowledge and skills required by industry to practice floristry with full autonomy.
Holders of the Advanced strand are able to meet specific customer needs, involving a high level of client consultation, estimation, planning, production, and coordinating skills; and implement a floristry products and services plan. They are able to prepare, produce, and evaluate wired floral designs according to design specifications, including the application of wiring techniques to create floral designs for a range of purposes and occasions; and to produce customised and advanced floristry designs on a range of scales, and for a range of purposes and occasions.
This qualification contains the requirements for the award of the National Certificate in Floristry (Level 2) [Ref: 1150].
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Total Enrolments for National Certificate in Floristry for 2015: 0, 2016: 0, 2017: 0 and 2018: 0
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