Unlike learning history or psychology, learning floral arrangements needs hands on training of ONE ON ONE instructions. Judging from our past experience, we now recognize that the number of students for floral design class should be limited to no more than 4 per class (or per instructor). We used to have 4 to 6 students per class (or per instructor). However we now recognize it is so difficult to train our students for earning a decent skills of floral designs UNLESS the number of students per class is 4 or less.
At the moment, typical number of students of our class is 2 to 3. It never exceeds 4 per class (or per instructor). This small group class system greatly helps us implement hands on training of ONE ON ONE instructions at California Flower Art Academy.
Some of our students already experienced to take lessons at a local community college. They say a community college class system for floral design class is good for learning floristry, floral business and theory/concept of floral designs. However when it comes to actual training for earning practical skills of floral arranging, the class they offer is too big to implement ONE ON ONE training. In this sense the small class system offered by California Flower Art Academy is ideal and quite attractive.
Due to this small class system, we can offer quite unique lesson schedule. Namely EACH STUDENT CAN ESTABLISH HIS/HER OWN LESSON SCHEDULE
If you are interested in learning European floral arrangement or Japanese Ikebana according to a small group class system, California Flower Art Academy
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