Florint’s floristry education support project is based on the European Qualifications Framework. We apply the framework to the different stages of education in floristry, in order to clarify the differences between the education systems of various countries. As an example, […]
What are the fundamental steps to becoming a professional florist? Can you name them all..? In our booklet ‘Learn the 7 Secrets of World-class Florists‘, we try to do exactly this. We list the crucial skills that a professional florist […]
Summer is around the corner, and it will most likely be another record-breaking one. On those blazing hot summer days, you are doing everything possible to stay cool, aren’t you? Well, flowers require the same! When the heat rises, flowers will – […]
The goal of our international Floristry Education Support Project is to safeguard the quality level of florists’ education. Instruction systems should teach floral arrangers the classic principles of floral design, as well as the modern business skills they also need […]
Scoring floral design with the International 100-Points System We have based the 100-Points Scoring System on four main evaluation criteria: Idea, Colour, Composition and Technique. All four represent a crucial aspect of good floristry design. The four criteria can be […]
Today’s consumers are yelling for flowers to last. Moreover, some of the flower retail outlets have caught on to this…
The floristry sector needs change all around, to be able to confront the novel challenges of tomorrow. One of the fundamental pillars of this change is the need for industry and florist schools to address the problems facing floristry -and work together, hand-in-hand, to increase the standard.
Certification for professional floristry judges & assessors Florint puts tremendous effort into improving the quality level of floral design competitions. We have developed competition blueprints and formats for this purpose, in which the experiences of many years are collected. But […]