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Floristry Apprenticeships: An overview

Floristry Apprenticeships

An apprenticeship is a full-time, employed job with accompanying training and assessment; you earn while you learn. Depending on the qualification level being studied for, they are at least 12 months long.

Apprenticeships lead to a recognised qualification such as a City & Guilds or BTEC award.


Trailblazer Apprenticeships are currently only available in England.

To become an apprentice, you must be 16 or over and not already in full-time education.

Apprentices are required to study for at least 20% of their working hours, at a college, university or other accredited training provider. Training is moderated by a college or approved training provider who will visit the workplace on a regular basis. Some colleges/training providers also provide apprentices with ‘off the job’ training to supplement the skills developed in the workplace. Apprentices must complete assessments during and at the end of their apprenticeship.



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