Fees Directory Certificate in Floristry See box below for tuition fees applicable to this Level 4 Christchurch 387 Manchester Street, Christchurch. (incorporating units to complete the National Certificate programme. PO Box 21-199. Ph (03) 366 3489, in Floristry Level 4) Fax (03) 366 7934 This programme is approved for Student Loans and Allowances. This means eligible students can borrow Email firstname.lastname@example.org the full cost of the programme and may attract a North Shore 7 Argus Place, Northcote, Auckland. living allowance during their period of study with us. PO Box 101-579, NSMC. All applications for Loans and Allowances are made Ph (09) 443 7640, Fax (09) 443 7650 through MSD Study Link. Our Student Liaison Officer Email email@example.com will be happy to assist you with this process. Otahuhu 51 Huia Road, Otahuhu, Auckland. Application/Enrolment process PO Box 22-871. Ph (09) 276 0576, Fax (09) 276 0570 Once you have selected the Academy New Zealand Email firstname.lastname@example.org programme you want to enrol in, you need to complete an official application/enrolment form. Website www.academy.ac.nz This is available from the Student Liaison Officer. An interview will be arranged upon the receipt of your application/enrolment. Further information If you would like further information on this programme, or other Academy New Zealand programmes, contact the Student Liaison Officer at your local Academy. Fees: $ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . This programme is available at the following Academy New Zealand location: .................................................. Next start date: Academy New Zealand is registered as a private training .................................................. establishment by the New Zealand Qualifications Authority pursuant to the 1990 Education Amendment Act. BH_5539_1/07 AN ADVANCED LEARNING PROGRAMME H A N D S - O N L E A R N I N G Introduction Certification This programme is designed for experienced junior Leading to the Academy Certificate in Floristry to intermediate-level florists with at least a year’s Level 4 and to unit standards that complete the industry practice. The course builds on the Academy National Certificate in Floristry Level 4 for students New Zealand’s Level 3 Certificate in Floristry enabling who already hold the Academy Certificate in Floristry graduates to achieve the National Certificate in Floristry Level 3, or equivalent. Level 4. Advanced floristry skills using a range of base media and innovative design techniques are taught Entry Criteria during this part-time programme intended to fit in with a busy working schedule. Students will develop a Academy New Zealand Level 3 Floristry qualification portfolio of evidence to showcase their achievements or the equivalent qualification from a New Zealand both in their workplace and during the course. Polytechnic or Institute of Technology. Programme detail International qualifications or extensive industry experience may be considered at the Manager’s This intensive programme includes four weekend discretion. workshops and part-time tuition in the following areas: Duration • Creating floristry designs using various base media such as floral foam, chicken wire, clay, 24 weeks part-time, plus four weekend workshops. willow vine etc. Programme start date • Regular guest presenters on a variety of cutting edge design techniques. Start dates for this programme • Opportunity to take part in a competition within vary according to the location. • Applying those skills to work with clients and meet the course with guest judges. For details, see box overleaf. their needs. • Business skills. Qualification code • Knowledge of the pests and diseases that can affect our products. • Weekend-long workshops on specialist techniques The qualification code such as bridal, funerals, corporate work and for this programme • Supplementary craft skills. special events. is PC9709. You’ll need this for your Quality Points application form. Small classes at times to suit working florists. Tutors who are experienced florists and specialist guest presenters. Practical tuition using demonstrations and the chance to apply these skills during the weekend workshops and weekly tutorials. Dedicated floristry workshop with access to range of equipment, materials, flowers and foliage. Career Opportunities Self-employed florist or positions as intermediate- level florists. Opportunity to go on to gain National Certificate level 4 – Advanced to become Senior Florist. Corporate work, window dressing and retail displays.