If you are interested in flower arrangement and plan to take lessons in the near future, following information MAY sound very interesting to you. No matter for what kind of purpose you learn floral designs, hobby or business, in order to become a floral artist it is necessary to earn a decent flower arranging skills.
Frankly speaking earning such skills is not an easy job. The way for earning skill is different from the way for earning knowledge. Suppose you would like to become knowledgeable about history, you can learn by way of reading books or joining a lecture that can be a mass class having lots of students per class. It COULD be possible to earn such knowledge even from Internet Distant Learning System.
When it comes to earning skills, the story is different. No matter what kind of skill you want to earn, taking lessons that are done with a very small group class is ideal. The most ideal way is to take a private lesson from an instructor. However it is so expensive to take a private lesson. Therefore one of very practical compromised ways is taking a semi-private lesson that is done with very limited number of students.
Take floral arranging for instance, it is quite difficult to earn a decent skill by way of attending mass class that allows so many students to join. Obviously there is only one instructor who teaches at a large scale class. That is why an instructor has no choice but to offering a one-way lecture (not by way of interactive communication between an instructor and students). It is next to impossible for only one instructor to take care of lots of students for training and teaching how to make floral arrangements.
As seen from above, it MAY be a good idea to depend on semi-private lesson that is done by limiting number of students. This way makes it possible for an instructor to implement hands on training of ONE ON ONE instructions. Then how many students could be the maximum limit in order for a floral design instructor to take a good care of each student for a semi private lesson ?
Of course, the smaller the better. It COULD be 5 to 6 students per class. Once it exceeds 6 students per class, most of instructors USUALLY have difficulties for implementing semi-private instructions.
Strictly speaking it depends on the type of floral designs they learn and how difficult such designs are. Another factor is to what kind of extent students are familiar with flower arranging. If most students are novice class, instructors (or schools) should limit number of students to NO MORE THAN 6 per class without any doubt. Ideally they should limit to 4-5 students per class.
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