These arrangements were made at the classroom of California Flower Art Academy.
Left side: European Floral Arrangement Right side: Japanese Ikebana Arrangement
From time to time we accept students who learned floral designs at a community college before they joined our school. According to such students, most of the time at a college classroom was spent for learning theory and an instructor could not spare sufficient time for teaching students how to make floral decorations. Lessons at community colleges are done with lecture system and not practice oriented. Namely classes at a community college are apt to lack practical hands on training for how to make floral arrangements. Instructors who teach at community colleges are well talented and educated and they have very decent skills of floral arranging. In this sense this is not a fault of such instructors. And our students and our school know about such fact and we clearly understand such situation. The lack of practical technical training at community colleges MAY happen seemingly because of too many students at a classroom (in most cases, there are 20 or more students per class and one instructor teaches such many students) which makes it impossible to do hands on training of ONE ON ONE instructions. Since our school is pretty much PRACTICE and HANDS ON TRAINING oriented, we can offer "After Care Service" to students who already took lectures at community colleges.
At California Flower Art Academy, there are students who already attended lectures at a community college but need practical hands on training for making skill-up on their floral design techniques. It is very ideal for you to join California Flower Art Academy to brush up on your skill or earn practical floral design skills at a small group class. Our well experienced instructor will teach each student with SEMI PRIVATE LESSON whereby they can acquire decent skills of various kinds of flower arrangements through "interactive communication" between an instructor and students. If there are so many students at a class, instruction is apt to be one way from a teacher to students. This happens at floral design class of community colleges. That's why we limit number of students to no more than 4 per class (typically only 2 to 3 students), which makes it possible to implement ONE ON ONE instructions. No matter what kind of purpose you want to learn floral decorations, for hobby or for business, we are more than happy to help you be a floral artist or flower designer. You can make a best choice of your favorite course among our WIDE RANGE OF PROGRAMS from European floral design to Japanese Ikebana arts
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