FLORISTS

June 15, 2017, 2:32 p.m.

 

By Nsim Team

Florists, also called floral designers, are responsible for creating floral designs and arrangements using fresh, dried or artificial flowers. They may prepare arrangements for weddings, home decoration, corporate accounts, funerals, graduations or banquets or other occasions.

 If you’re interested in a career as a florist but don’t know where to start, this florist job role will teach you just about everything you need to get started. 
 

ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA

There are a great number of qualifications available to prospective florists at school leaver, college, university level and beyond.

To begin work as a florist you don't need an official qualification; however, it takes between 5 - 7 years to become a truly professional florist due to the depth and breadth of knowledge required. Below are just some of the training options available.

To become a florist, you need more than a casual interest in floral design; you’ll also need a mix of floral industry experience, training and the right attitude.

Having formal post-secondary education in a related field is not typically necessary, although it can be of great help in developing the necessary skills, knowledge and competencies. 

 

SKILL REQUIREMENTS

To succeed as a florist, the following personal skills and attributes would give you an advantage:

  • A genuine love of flowers and a desire to work with them.
  • A keen eye for design, colour matching and style.
  • Some knowledge of plant care.
  • Good interpersonal skills, good at dealing with the public.
  • Good time management skills; you may be your own boss one day.
  • The ability to work quickly and efficiently while under pressure; florists can be busy places.

 

ARE YOU FIT FOR THE JOB?

If the following description sounds like you, then you’re probably well suited for this career:
 
• You have a good sense of design
• You have a keen interest in floral design
• You have manual dexterity and skill in hand-crafting techniques
• You have interest in a career field that offers the possibility of self-employment
• You are willing to learn all aspects of the floral industry

Even with the right education and opportunity, becoming a successful florist is not a guarantee. If you’re reading the list of personality and intellectual traits listed below, and you recognize many of the traits in yourself, you may be well suited for a career as a florist.
 
• Manual dexterity and skill at hand-crafting techniques
• A good sense of design
• Customer service skills
• No allergies to pollen or plant foliage
• Excellent verbal communication skills
• Willing to learn all aspects of the floristry profession

If you are seeking an employment as a Florist,  we provide a platform to assess whether you are fit for the job role. We assess your skills and provide Skill Assessment Record that helps you get your dream job.

Employers who are in search for applicants with job specified necessary skills can find quality candidates from us.

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