The Academy of Floral Art have announced a new floristry course to add to the school’s portfolio, called the Academy British Masters Course.   The course was launched last week at the international trade fair for plants at IPM ESSEN, Germany, which is the world’s leading trade fair for horticulture.

The 34th International Plant Fair IPM ESSEN 2016 saw over 57,000 visitors and is the only specialist trade fair of its kind to cover the entire value chain of plants, including production, technology, floristry, garden features, and the point of sale. No other plant fair offers trade visitors such a comprehensive market overview and so many multifaceted novelties.

Academy of Floral Art banner at IPM Essen

Tutors from all over the world came together to show their skills.

Who is this course for?  This new course is designed for anyone who wants to re develop and invigorate their business, for tutors and demonstrators.

Tina Parkes

Tina Parkes with one of her designs at IPM Essen.

What will the course contain:  The course will continue your journey of discovery on how to use design principles to take you up to cutting edge cat walk designs, useful for demonstrations and events, then look at how this design can be used commercially in shops or customer sales.

Academy British Masters process.

Academy British Masters process.

The process will refresh and rejuvenate your theory on floral design and is suitable for personal professional development.  To get the best out of the course you will need to have achieved the top qualification in your country, or UK level 4 or 5 or have 7 years floristry experience.

How do I sign up?  Click here for details on signing up for this course.