Flower Arranging

This course is for anyone that wants to develop a range of skills in flower arranging and the different materials used within the floristry industry.

Entry Requirements

There are no entry requirements. This course is suitable for complete beginners


This course is available in the following location(s):

Venue Day Time Start Date End Date Enrolment Date
Tipton College, Tipton Friday 1pm - 2:30pm 30/04/2021 09/07/2021
Hateley Heath FETC, West Bromwich Tuesday 9.45am - 11.15am 27/04/2021 06/07/2021

The benefits of this course

At the end of the course you will be able to make a variety of floral designs for special occasions including basic wedding, funeral and general occasions.


All learning is supportive and safe and where professional teaching is individualised to the requirements of each learner. Learning support will be provided by the tutor. You will be taught in a classroom situation with one to one, pairs and small group work, discussion and themed activities.

How will progress be monitored and assessed?

Learning objectives will be agreed at the beginning of the course between you and your tutor. Your tutor will assess your learning during the sessions and will provide you with individual feedback while reviewing your achievements. You will be assessed through observations of practical massage and some written work.


A Sandwell adult and family learning (SAFL) certificate will be awarded to you at the end of the course, when you have achieved your learning outcomes.

After completing this course, could I progress onto another course?

An in house SAFL certificate will be provided when you have achieved your agreed learning outcomes.

Are there any additional costs?

You may wish to purchase materials following advice from and discussion with, your tutor.

Tutition Fee £52.00
Concession £26.00

Equipment Required

You will be required to purchase material to enable you to produce arrangements. The requirements will be discussed and agreed with your tutor at enrolment.

The course runs for 10 weeks at 2 hours per session