Are you at a loss if or not you should learn floral arrangements ? Are you wondering whether you can successfully earn floral design skills if you take floral arrangement lessons ? Have you decided your goal for learning flower arrangements ? Are you wondering which you should learn European floral designs or Japanese Ikebana ?
From person to person the taste, budget and goal is different. One of very clear conditions for you to learn floral decorations is that you love flowers. If you do not like flowers or have no interest in flowers, it sounds a little bit difficult for you to be a good floral designer.
In spite of the fact that you love flowers and have interest in learning floral arrangement, you cannot yet make up your mind to begin to learn floral designs. If you are put in this kind of situation, what can be recommended is that you just take actions for taking the initial lesson no matter which it is, a trial short program or just a beginner course.
After taking the initial lesson, you MIGHT feel that this is not what your have been looking for. This kind of situation MAY happen. Therefore in terms of risk management, it is better to take a trial lesson by joining the introductory program that does not cost so much. This action should be taken before signing up for the official course. For those who have no previous experience of floral arranging, even an introductory program sounds quite fresh and through this program they MAY have a better picture about what a floral design is. And the attendee to the introductory program MAY understand whether he/she is suitable for learning floral designs.
If he/she feels motivated to learn more about floral designs after completing a trial program, he/she should continue learning it by joining the official course designed for beginners. On the other hand if he/she did not feel motivated to continue taking lessons, they should change their mind and consider to stop learning flower arrangements.
For anything about which you are not 100% sure, you are not supposed to run a risk. No matter which decision you make, continue learning floral art or stop learning it, you can find the next action you need to take. If the reason with which you don’t want to continue learning is you don’t like the way they teach, you can try another floral school seeking better opportunities for you.
For people who found floral design quite interesting and want to continue learning, it is recommended to join the official course. It MAY (or MAY NOT) be possible to follow the above mentioned procedures. The system of admission is different from school to school. Therefore you are recommended to fully check what kind of process should be followed before signing up for the official course.
California Flower Art Academy has been teaching a variety of floral designs from European arrangements to Japanese Ikebana, wedding to funeral decorations AND beginner to professional levels. Among a WIDE RANGE OF PROGRAMS, students can make a choice of their most favorite course by well considering their taste, budget, purpose and goal for learning floral decorations.
California Flower Art Academy is operating in the San Francisco Bay Area and Silicon Valley (San Jose) as a floral school certified by Flower Decorators Association (Tokyo Japan). You can start from Introductory Program for less than $100. For more information about the school, feel free to contact email@example.com