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Who Should Attend:

This level of qualification aims to equip new industry entrants who lack of experience and/or required skills. Existing Floral Assistants can also upgrade themselves with this certificate by obtaining industry-recognized credentials for their skills.

 
 
Course Units Listing and Fee:
 Core Units Code  Unit Reference Number
 Competency Units
Duration Unit Fee
(Before Grant)
 FL-HS-101C-1   CRS-Q-0026520-FL
 Recognise and Select Flowers and Plants Materials for Use in Commercial Floristry
24 hrs $330.00
 FL-FP-101C-1   CRS-Q-0020472-FL
 Care and Store Fresh Flowers and Plant Material
24 hrs $540.00
 FL-DS-101C-1   CRS-Q-0020508-FL
 Recognise the Elements and Principles of Design as Applied to Floral Artistry
24 hrs $540.00
 FL-FS-101C-1   CRS-Q-0020473-FL
 
Use and Maintain Tools, Equipment, Floral Hardware and Work Areas
16 hrs $340.00
 FL-FS-102C-1   CRS-Q-0020474-FL
 
Dress Floral Product with Bows, Wrappings and other Decorative Accessories
16 hrs $360.00
 FL-FS-103C-1   CRS-Q-0020475-FL
 
Perform Basic Wiring Techniques
14 hrs $160.00
 FL-FS-104C-1   CRS-Q-0020476-FL
 
Assemble Fresh Flowers Bouquet
24 hrs $640.00
 ES-JS-101G-1  CRS-Q-0020582-ES
 
Comply With Workplace Safety and Health Policies and Procedures
16 hrs $160.00
 Elective Units Code  Unit Reference Number
 Competency Units
Duration Unit Fee
(Before Grant)
 FL-FS-101E-1  CRS-Q-0020454-FL
 
Assemble Fresh Flowers Using Floral Foam
24 hrs $640.00
 FL-FS-102E-1  CRS-Q-0020477-FL
Pack and Dress Hampers
24 hrs $420.00
 
  Course Fees after SkillsFuture Funding
 
WSQ Course Fees Singaporean/PR
(SSG 80% Grant)
Singaporean
(SkillsFuture MCES1 90% Grant)
Singaporean
(WTS2 95% Grant)
Total cost of 10 units S$ 4,130.00 S$ 4,130.00 S$ 4,130.00
Less SkillsFuture Funding -S$ 3,032.00 -S$ 3,717.00 -S$ 3,923.50
Course fees after funding
(SkillsFuture Credit claimable)
S$ 1,098.00 S$ 413.00 S$ 206.50
Add on Reg. Fees, Tools
(not deductible from
SkillsFuture Credit)
S$ 100.00 S$ 100.00 S$ 100.00
TOTAL FEES PAYABLE S$ 1,198.00 S$ 513.00 S$ 306.50
  1 Mid-Career Enhanced Subsidy
2 Workfare Training Support
   
 
For specific funding enquiries, please refer to the funding FAQ here or contact us at 68484 500 or email us at info@junefloral.com
 

 
  WSQ Certificate in Floristry Operations
     
  USE AND MAINTAIN TOOLS, EQUIPMENT, FLORAL HARDWARE AND WORK AREAS  
  (Operations Level)
  Course Duration  
  16 hours
  Course Reference  
  CRS-Q-0020473-FL
  Funding Validity Period  
  Till 1 Nov 2019
  Mode of Training  
  Classroom
  Learning Outcome  
  At the end of the programme:
  Participants will possess the relevant knowledge and application skills to use and maintain tools, equipment, floral hardware and work areas. The unit covers the skills and techniques to identify, use and maintain tools, maintain and clean equipment, identify, prepare and use floral hardware, store and maintain silk, dried and simulated flowers and clean work areas.
  Course Outline  
 
1. Demonstrate use and maintenance of a selection of tools and equipment commonly used in the commercial floristry industry
2. Select and prepare floral hardware for use as required in assembling floral product
3. Store and maintain silk, dried and simulated flowers and plant material
4. Clean and maintain work and storage areas under supervision
     
  RECOGNISE AND SELECT FLOWERS AND PLANT MATERIAL FOR USE IN COMMERCIAL FLORISTRY  
  (Operations Level)
  Course Duration  
  24 hours
  Course Reference  
  CRS-Q-0026520-FL
  Funding Validity Period  
  6 Nov 2019
  Mode of Training  
  Blended (Classroom + e-Learning)
  Learning Outcome  
  At the end of the programme:
  Participants will have the knowledge and application skills to recognise and select flowers and plant material for use in commercial floristry work. The unit covers the basic principles that aid and support the skill to correctly select quality fresh flower and plant material stock which includes basic plant knowledge, the functions of the main plant structures and desired features and characteristics.
  Course Outline  
 
1. State the functions of the main parts of a plant
2. Recognise the role of environmental factors when maintaining the quality of flowers and foliage
3. Recognise common plant growth habits or shapes to aid identification
4. Recognise a selection of the commonly used flowers and plant materials by the botanical and common and/or market name
5. Select quality flowers and plant material according to the desired characteristics as required in commercial floristry work
     
  COMPLY WITH WORKPLACE SAFETY AND HEALTH POLICIES AND PROCEDURES  
  (Operations Level)
  Course Duration  
  16 hours
  Course Reference  
  CRS-Q-0020582-ES
  Funding Validity Period  
  1 Nov 2019
  Mode of Training  
  Classroom
  Learning Outcome  
  At the end of the programme, participants should be able to:
  Follow safe work practices and risk control procedures, participate in workplace safety and health management activities and follow workplace emergency response procedures.
  Course Outline  
 
1. Practise personal hygiene at workplace in accordance with the organisational procedures
2. Use and maintain personal protective equipment required for the work in accordance with the organisational procedures
3. Use and maintain workplace equipment and safety devices in accordance with organisational procedures or manufacturer’s instructions
4. Follow safety signs and instructions in workplace
5. Follow workplace risk control measures in accordance with the organisational procedures
6. Report workplace safety and health issues to appropriate person in accordance with the organisational procedures and Workplace Safety and Health Act
     
  DRESS FLORAL PRODUCT WITH BOWS, WRAPPINGS AND OTHER DECORATIVE ACCESSORIES  
  (Operations Level)
  Course Duration  
  16 hours
  Course Reference  
  CRS-Q-0020474-FL
  Funding Validity Period  
  1 Nov 2019
  Mode of Training  
  Blended (Classroom + e-Learning)
  Learning Outcome  
  At the end of the programme, participants will:
  Possess the knowledge and application skills to dress and enhance commercial floristry work. The unit covers techniques to identify and construct bows with various types of ribbons and other suitable materials, materials and methods for wrapping, forms of boxes, bags and containers and the use of other decorative accessories for a variety of basic commercial floristry products.
  Course Outline  
 
1. Identify and use tools and equipment to prepare and secure dressings
2. Identify the types and purposes of ribbons commonly used to dress floral product
3. Prepare simple bows from a variety of commonly used ribbons
4. Dress selection of floral products with standard wrapping
5. Identify the types and purposes of decorative bags, boxes and containers commonly used in floristry
6. Recognise and use a selection of decorative accessories and floral hardware
7. Select suitable types of cards, envelopes, cardholders and message holders for use in floristry
     
  CARE AND STORE FRESH FLOWERS AND PLANT MATERIAL  
  (Operations Level)
  Course Duration  
  24 hours
  Course Reference  
  CRS-Q-0020472-FL
  Funding Validity Period  
  1 Nov 2019
  Mode of Training  
  Classroom
  Learning Outcome  
  At the end of the programme, participants will:
  Have the knowledge and application skills to care for and store fresh flowers and plant material. The unit covers techniques required to receive stock, grade and check quality, minimise cross-contamination, condition, treat and store fresh flowers, use appropriate containers for storage, dye floral material and maintain and care for potted plants.
  Course Outline  
 
1. Observe safety procedures whilst caring for and storing flowers and plant material
2. Receiving and checking deliveries of fresh flowers and plant material
3. Sort and grade fresh flowers and foliage for use or storage
4. Conditioning fresh flowers and foliage for use or storage
5. Prepare and store fresh flowers and foliage
6. Maintain quality of fresh flowers and plant material
     
  ASSEMBLE FRESH FLOWER BOUQUETS  
  (Operations Level)
  Course Duration  
  24 hours
  Course Reference  
  CRS-Q-0020476-FL
  Funding Validity Period  
  1 Nov 2019
  Mode of Training  
  Classroom
  Learning Outcome  
  At the end of the programme, participants will:
  Possess the knowledge and application skills to assemble fresh flower bouquets. The unit covers assembling flowers as bouquets in basic design forms which may include flat wrap flowers, circular, spiral bouquet and hand-held sheaf.
  Course Outline  
 
1. Prepare for work
2. Collect flowers and plant material for fresh flower bouquets
3. Assemble a variety of fresh flower bouquets
     
  RECOGNISE THE ELEMENTS AND PRINCIPLES OF DESIGN AS APPLIED TO FLORAL ARTISTRY  
  (Operations Level)
  Course Duration  
  24 hours
  Course Reference  
  CRS-Q-0020508-FL
  Funding Validity Period  
  1 Nov 2019
  Mode of Training  
  Classroom
  Learning Outcome  
  At the end of the programme, participants will:
  Have the knowledge and application skills to recognise the elements and principles of design. The unit covers skills and techniques to recognise the principles and elements of design and colour harmony in nature, art work and floristry. The skill of drawing and sketching will enhance the florist's ability to prepare simple graphic illustrations of design.
  Course Outline  
 
1. Recognise basic application of the elements of design to floral product
2. Recognise basic application of the principles of design to floral product
3. Recognise basic examples of varying colour schemes (harmonies)
4. Apply drawing, sketching and colour rendering to simple 2D representations of flowers, plants and floral product
     
  ASSEMBLE FRESH FLOWERS USING FLORAL FOAM  
  (Operations Level)
  Course Duration  
  24 hours
  Course Reference  
  CRS-Q-0020454-FL
  Funding Validity Period  
  1 Nov 2019
  Mode of Training  
  Classroom
  Learning Outcome  
  At the end of the programme, participants will:
  Possess the knowledge and skills to assemble arrangements using floral, plant and other materials supported in floral foam. The unit covers assembling basic design forms which may include circular (posy) bowls, symmetrical triangle, asymmetrical triangle and horizontal arrangements in various traditional, formal or informal styles, using one or more colours or varieties of flowers.
  Course Outline  
 
1. Prepare for work
2. Collect and prepare flowers and plant material for arrangements of fresh flowers in floral foam
3. Assemble in a variety of basic designs using fresh flowers in floral foam
     
  PERFORM BASIC WIRING TECHNIQUES  
  (Operations Level)
  Course Duration  
  14 hours
  Course Reference  
  CRS-Q-0020475-FL
  Funding Validity Period  
  1 Nov 2019
  Mode of Training  
  Classroom
  Learning Outcome  
  At the end of the programme, participants will:
  Have the knowledge and application skills to perform basic wiring. The unit covers skills and techniques to prepare wiring, using different gauges of wires, use of basic wiring techniques and the application of floral tape to finish floral product.
  Course Outline  
 
1. Demonstrate the functions of basic wiring techniques
2. Prepare variety of commonly used species for wiring
3. Apply basic wiring techniques to produce a selection of floral product
     
  PACK AND DRESS HAMPERS  
  (Operations Level)
  Course Duration  
  24 hours
  Course Reference  
  CRS-Q-0020475-FL
  Funding Validity Period  
  1 Nov 2019
  Mode of Training  
  Classroom
  Learning Outcome  
  At the end of the programme, participants will:
  Possess the relevant knowledge and application skills to pack and dress hampers.
  Course Outline  
 
1. Gather and prepare contents of hamper as per order or in-house design
2. Apply various basic styles to pack hampers
3. Decorate hampers with dressings
4. Prepare hamper for delivery or handover to client
 

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