FNP opens floral design school
An initiative to train people to become professional florists.June 01, 2012 | comments ( 0 ) |
Ferns N Petals in order to organize and educate the floral solutions industry, has started an initiative to open an education institute for floral designing. Dubbed as FNP Floral Design School, it is situated at MG Road, New Delhi.
FNP with this initiative will educate people to become professional florists. The School offers a diverse curriculum with a progressive & professional floral design diploma covering both the design & business aspects of the floral industry, taught by a thoroughly trained faculty having years of experience behind them. World renowned international floral designers associated with FNP will also conduct special workshops from which one can benefit enormously.
Vikaas Gutgutia, Founder & Managing Director, Ferns N Petals said, “FNP takes pride in introducing a well structured, specialized floral design school for those seeking a professional career in this extremely creative floral designing industry. We shall continue to dedicatedly undertake such initiatives to offer such platforms to those who wish to take floral designing as a career for them.”
The courses are designed as per international standards and the fees are competitive. It is set between INR 25,000 for the basic course (16 classes) to 55,000 for Specialized floral art (24 classes), each catering to the specialised needs of the creative enthusiasts.
FNP will also offer in-house placements to those who perform outstandingly during the curriculum and hence will get a chance to be a part of the mega scale projects undertaken by FNP.
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