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From flower arranging to learning about different flowers and plants, at Glasgow Clyde College our floristry courses are suitable for professionals and hobbyists alike. 

Jobs in Floristry

There are many paths a florist can choose to pursue, these decisions may take you towards design, production or retailing.

  • Wedding florist
  • Retail florist
  • Business owner 
  • Floral workshop tutor 

Floristry Student With Large Floral ArrangementWho can study?

If you love flowers and creating your own displays and want to expand your knowledge, a basic floristry course might be what you're looking for. Our entry-level course covers a range of practical skills, as well as theory. 

Floristry professionals can also further their education with courses covering advanced floristry techniques, helping you construct a wide range of floral designs and creative finishing touches.

Floristry Student Wearing Apron

What qualifications can I earn?

We offer various City and Guilds floristry courses:

  • Floristry Level 1 Certificate
  • Floristry Level 1 Award
  • City & Guilds Technical Certificate in Floristry (Level 2)

So whether you are looking for a career change or you are interested in building on existing skills, we have a level of study to suit you. 

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