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Floristry Open Days

Visit us on Open Day for an overview of the Floristry industry, starting at 4.30pm. You'll get to tour the horticulture department's facilities (at the Waverley campus), talk to teachers and get the information you need to study a floristry course. If you're looking for a job that puts a smile on people's faces, have a creative flair, or want to start your own business, a career in floristry may be just what you have been looking for. We'll even help you apply on the night!

- , Thu, 09 Aug - bookings essential.

Holmesglen Waverley Campus, 595 Waverley Road Glen Waverley Australia

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Creativity and a love of flowers are the keys to a career in floristry.

Your floristry skills will be put to use to celebrate some of your customers' most important life experiences.

Holmesglen's qualified and experienced floristry teachers will assist you to achieve the skills you will need to begin or advance your career in the retail or creative floristry industries.

You will learn all aspects of floristry techniques and design, including a complete range of hand held, fully wired and base medium techniques.

You will also learn to advance your customer relations and retail skills through industry placement throughout the year.

Floristry at Holmesgle has a strong design focus. Along with floristry techniques and customer relations you will learn a variety of creative skills including drawing, visual display and event design.

Student participation in floristry competitions is encouraged and you will be involved in creating Holmesglen's entry in the Melbourne International Flower and Garden Show.

At the completion of the course you will be a qualified florist in accordance with the National Industry Competency Standards for floristry and be ready to work in a retail or floristry related business.