NLBC Sector: Floristry

Occupations: Floral assistant, floral designer, florist, flower arranger, florist manager, shop manager, flower wholesale salesperson, wedding florist

Lantra: Floristry

Valentine’s Day, birthdays, weddings, funerals other special occasions all point to one thing: buying flowers. This is an important part of many special occasions, it’s no wonder the floristry industry, with 8,400 businesses, contributes £1.5 million to the UK. Think

National Careers Service

This website lists job profiles for careers related to animals, plants and land. These jobs could interest you if you enjoy the outdoors and the natural world. They include science based jobs and more hands-on roles. There could be something

Hadlow College

If floral art seems an attractive career choice for you, then some career options are described here.

Floristry Apprenticeship (Wales)

The Floristry Apprenticeship Framework at Levels 2 and 3 are designed with industry to provide apprentices with the skills and knowledge required to carry out their job role and support the future progression in the industry. Job opportunities covers roles

Floristry Apprenticeships (England)

Floristry apprenticeships focus on how to design, create, retail and deliver floral displays for a variety of occasions. They are also involved in the wholesale buying of flowers, sundries and associated products and preparing them for sale.

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