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Floristry masterclass - Christmas door wreath

This hugely enjoyable and creative class will be taught by an industry professional florist- and will enable you to create a seasonal hanging door wreath using a traditionally constructed moss ring. Your design will then be decorated using fresh foliage, and a range of natural materials that will include preserved whole and sliced fruits, cones & cinnamon sticks- other materials such as ribbons & preserved foliage will also be provided, if you wish to add these as an accent. You will also have the opportunity to discuss alternative materials and further ideas for personalising your designs. If you have any of your own favourite materials at home that you may wish to incorporate into your wreath, such as coloured twigs or baubles, please bring them along.

Floristry masterclass - Christmas door wreath (TFD320SBR)

On:

Friday
from 10am to 1. 30pm

For 1 weeks.

Starts

10 December 2021

Ends

10 December 2021

Where:

Brockley Rise Centre
Brockley Rise
Crofton Park
Se23 1pr

Cost

£49.50 (full)

£49.50 (reduced)

£49.50 (concession)

Enrol now

You can enrol by phone on 020 8314 6959 or 020 8314 7775 Monday to Friday, 10am–3pm. More ways to enrol

Call: 020 8314 6959

Call: 020 8314 7775

What prior knowledge, experience and qualifications will I need?
The course is suitable for either complete beginners, or those learners with some previous floral design experience who wish to practice or develop their skills.

Learning Goals:
To identify a range of seasonal materials and construction techniques. To personalise your design by selecting from a range of materials and accessories. To complete your door wreath design. To discuss alternative design styles & colour schemes.

What teaching methods will the tutor use?
The tutor will use a range of teaching methods during the course which will include the following: Demonstration - both group and individual, one to one tuition, group work, assessment of progress, observation, discussion / question and answer sessions.

What assessment methods will the tutor use?
The course tutor will use a range of methods to assess progress on the course. These may include: Observation, discussion and self-evaluation of your work, 1-2-1 and informal group question and answer sessions.

Will extra work be required outside the class times?
N/A

What materials will I need for the course and how much will they cost?
The cost of ALL the materials you will use to make your design is included in the course fee. You will, however, need to bring your own sharp scissors and/or a pair of lightweight secateurs. It is also recommended that you bring along something like a wide and deep strong bag (a blue Ikea bag is ideal) to transport your design home after the course.

What do I need to bring to the first class?
As this is a practical class, please wear suitable clothing, including fully closed in footwear- you may also wish to wear an apron. Please bring a notebook and pen, plus a phone/camera will be useful for recording design ideas and techniques, and for photographing your work to build a portfolio, if applicable.

Options when finished
The department also offers a wide variety of courses in related areas of Floristry & Balloon Decor, and at different levels from beginners/improvers through to more advanced skills. These can help to build a skills set that can be beneficial if you are considering a career in the industry. Information about all of these courses is available through the Tutor, Curriculum Leader or the Adult Learning Lewisham online programme.

Additional information
N/A

For general enquiries and course availability information call 0208 314 3300. For more detailed information and guidance about the course:

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