Certificate III will focus your learning in the following areas
- Flower Knowledge
- Practical floristry techniques
- Working in floristry
Practical Floristry Clusters (3)
Theory Clusters (3)
When can you start your study program?Pearsons has four intakes each year so you can start your program in either:
Your flexible study programCourse details
- 32 classroom days
- Class hours are 9am to 4.30pm
- 2-6 hours per week of self -paced study depending on your program.
- Students are required to complete 5 days of work experience
- All Flowers, foliage, wrapping and tools are included (except for 3 small assignments)
- Classic 9 month program - attend class one day per week
Note: All programs include three weeks where you will attend class an additional day – the first week, last week and one somewhere in the middle!
How long will it take to complete the Certificate III program?
One of the features of the Pearsons Certificate III program is FLEXIBILITY. The typical Pearsons student is busy juggling study, family, and work so we have developed three programs offering you choice as to how fast you complete your studies.
- Classic Program – attending class one day per week over 9 months.
- Accelerated Program - attending class up to two days per week over 6 months.
- Intensive Program – attending class three days per week over 3 months.
There are 32 class days and classes run from 9am to 4:30pm. And yes, plan for homework each week!
Each enrolment is valid for two years, giving you the flexibility to defer at any point and resume your studies within this timeframe.
Which program will suit you? Certificate III: 3, 6 or 9 months explained LEARN MORE
Enrichment programWhen you are a Pearsons (PSF) student you become a member of our extended family and have access to a range of resources unique to Pearsons. We call this our Enrichment Program and it is exclusive to Pearsons Certificate III students - past and present.
- Work experience opportunities with Pearsons and other leading Florists
- Visits to the Flower Markets and Flower Farms.
- Demonstrations by guest designers from Australia and around the world
Units of Competency
To be awarded SFL30115 Certificate III in Floristry all 21 units must be completed and assessed as competent by Pearsons School of Floristry. This can be achieved by successfully completing all practical assessments, theory assignments and formal work experience. Learn More
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