NCFE Level 1 Creative Crafts Floristry

Course Details

  • Department

  • Qualification

    Level 1
  • Course Type

    Part Time
  • Length

    15 weeks
  • Location(s)


Course at a glance

This is a 3-hour evening class offered from 6-9pm weekly commencing Wednesday 20 September 2023.

Entry Requirements


Please enquire with our Student Recruitment Team to apply

Dates of sessions include:

Start: 20 September 2023

End: 17 January 2024


Key Information

The course covers a wide range of floristry techniques including hand tied designs, floral and seasonal arrangements.

You will cover a mixture of theory and practical activities which you will collate as evidence to produce a portfolio throughout the course of the skills you are gaining.

On completion of this qualification you could progress on to City & Guilds Level 2 Technical Certificate in Floristry full or part time.



Cost: £333.00

Where: York Campus

Time: 6-9pm

Day: Wednesday

Length of course: 15 weeks

Start date: 20 September 2023

End date:  17 January 2024

Career pathways include:

Junior florist


Senior florist

Freelance florist

Event co-ordinator

Self-employed florist

Students work experience has led to jobs within retail flower shops, event floristry, flower farming, hotel and wedding co-ordinating and many have set up their own business

On completion of this qualification you could progress on to City & Guilds Level 2 Technical Certificate in Floristry full or part time






Cost: £333.00





Flowers, foliage, containers and sundries are charged weekly.

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