For those who are interested in learning floral designs on a tight budget, there are plenty of options of affordable and inexpensive programs offered by floral design schools. In order to encourage prospective students to join a floral design class, some schools offer attractive and affordable programs introducing entry level of lessons. Why not make the best use of such offers ?
One of schools offering classes in the San Francisco Bay Area (San Mateo County) and also Silicon Valley (San Jose) in the United States offers several special programs for which students can sign up even with no previous experiences in floral designs, such as Introductory Trial Budget Program for European floral arrangements, Ikebana Short Seminar Program for Japanese traditional floral art, Corsage 3 design programs, Wreath Making Program and Gift Wrapping Floral Design Program.
These programs are designed and offered by California Flower Art Academy having a long term experiences both in America and Japan.
All above programs are offered for less than $100 throughout the year so that prospective students can take a trial lesson before enrolling in the official courses which are more expensive and takes more time to complete. If you are looking for a floral design school or flower arrangement instructor who is reliable and offers quality lessons with hands on training of ONE ON ONE instructions, why not try to take above mentioned lessons so that you can have a good experience and evaluate the way they teach before official enrollment in the lengthy course.
For enrolling in some of a higher level of courses, students are required to have already completed elementary course or have sufficient job experiences in the actual market as a floral designer (or floral decorator). However there is no restriction to sign up for above introduced short programs offered for less than $100 and anybody can sign up for such programs regardless of their floral design educational background or floral designing job experiences.
Especially regarding Introductory Trial Budget Program (for European floral designs) and Ikebana Short Program (for Japanese traditional floral arrangement), the credits earned from these programs can be counted for completing elementary course. After completing such short programs, all students can be transferred/rolled over to elementary course. Therefore they do not lose anything even starting from such introductory lessons.
Although tuition for attending floral design lessons are not very expensive compared with some other classes, it can be a good way, in terms of “RISK MANAGEMENT”, to determine if or not joining the official lengthy course only after experiencing above mentioned trial programs.
California Flower Art Academy has been teaching a variety of floral arrangements from European designs to Japanese Ikebana, wedding to funeral decorations AND beginner to professional levels since 1990 in the San Francisco Bay Area (San Mateo County) and Silicon Valley (San Jose) as a floral school certified by Flower Decorators Association (Tokyo, Japan). If you are looking for a floral design school for earning practical floral design skills, joining California Flower Art Academy is one of your best choices. For more information, feel free to contact email@example.com