Thursday, July 31
RDMT 319, Dandini Campus
Friday, August 1
Surround yourself with beauty, pleasing scents and bright colors by becoming a floral designer. With TMCC's WDCE, you can complete your floral training and become workplace ready in just two weeks.
I would definitely recommend this to anyone with a love of flowers or an interest in business. Very fun, interesting and thorough.Pat J, Floral Industry Student
Florists know that arrangements communicate emotion to their clients. Designs convey love, happiness, celebration and grief.
Just as an artist must understand her medium's techniques to create pleasing images, floral arrangers must understand design and color principles, as well as the different attributes of a wide range of flowers and plants. With a shrinking global marketplace, designers have the world's array of flora available to them to assemble striking creations.
Floral arrangers can expect to earn about $20,000 to $30,000 a year. Entry level positions are usually easy to find. With experience, you can even start your own florist business.