Do you aspire to be the best of the best in the commercial floristry industry?
Our challenging courses will equip ambitious florists to become innovative floral designers working to the highest standards of professional floristry whilst simultaneously developing business acumen.
Our floristry students have won an impressive range of awards both nationally and internationally, including gold medals at the RHS Tatton Flower Show
Applying a comprehensive range of techniques to challenging portfolio briefs, your design skills will evolve throughout your course so that your signature style and personal brand will set you apart from the competition in the industry.
Benefit from our great industry links
You will gain valuable insight with workshops from a range of industry professionals such as customer service and sales guru Tim Huckabee, founder and president of FloralStrategies.
Our expert staff continue to train with reputable international designers, including Wally Klett and Gregor Lersch, to ensure that you stay updated about the latest trends and innovations.
You will be supported and encouraged to showcase your creations at shows including BFA Fleurex, Manchester Flower Festival and RHS Tatton Flower Show. These platforms provide invaluable opportunities for you to refine and augment your design skills as well as allowing unique access to valuable industry experience and the chance to develop your network of industry contacts.
Be taught by industry experienced staff
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.
Fundamental business skills are delivered on both programmes, keeping abreast with the rapidly changing nature of digital marketing, maximising opportunities to exploit current trends in floristry.
Use our industry standard facilities
Learning in our £8 million National Centre for Horticulture, the Environment and Sustainable Technology in dedicated floristry studios, you will have access to a wide range of floral materials, professional equipment and software management systems used within the industry.
It’s definitely worth doing a recognised floristry course at Reaseheath. I myself am a former student and there’s no doubt that my courses there helped me to get where I am now.
Reaseheath has a prestigious standing within floristry because of the years of support it has given to the industry, and most employers know it well.
As well as giving florists advanced and current design skills, the Level 4 programme delivers important business skills such as new ways of marketing in this electronic age.
The intrinsic approach of the courses is to facilitate you to tailor the development of your floral design skills towards your own personal style enabling you to blaze your own trail. In addition, you will research current and cultural trends adapting design styles to meet the increasingly diverse requirements of the floristry industry.
An emphasis on employing eco-friendly working practices ensures that you are in an excellent position to drive forward the rise in sustainable ways to create stunning floral displays.
Self-exploration will augment independence and develop confidence to be able to deal with the changing nature of commercial floristry, both in design style and rapidly developing marketing techniques.
Exciting career opportunities
Studying floristry at this elite level offers a wide range of creative opportunities:
Level 5 Master Diploma in Professional Floristry 2020
Flowers are fabulous. They’re guaranteed to make people smile, and that’s why floristry is such a fantastic career.
It all started at the RHS Flower Show Tatton Park, where I was acting as a host. I was blown away by all the floral displays but the one I adored most was a competition entry by Reaseheath students.
I tried a taster session, found I could transfer my creative skills to floristy and began working my way up through the levels. I’ve since been on medal winning teams at RHS Tatton Park and RHS Chelsea, competed at WorldSkills UK and won individual awards at prestigious floristry competitions.
I’m still learning new techniques so my journey’s far from over!
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