If you're a school leaver looking for a career or about to decide to change you career have you though about becoming a trained and qualified florist? Florists work with fresh flowers every day in a retail environment and there are many  florists in Sheffield  to visit to see if it's the job for you.Florists offer bespoke flower arrangements including bunches specially created and designed for specific days and events. Button-hole flowers for wedding parties and high quality hat arrangements are also some of the more high-end and bespoke floral styles that are ordered from a florist. Professionally arranged bunches o flowers don't just offer a feats for the eyes, all the senses are affected in a wonderful way by flowers from the smell of the fragrance to the sentiment written on the card.As with most shops a florist will be open all the normal shopping hours including Saturdays so be prepared to work some long hours. Additionally florists have to either source their flower stocks themselves by visiting local flower suppliers for early morning flower markets. Florists also have to make deliveries of their finished floral bouquets or flower arrangements to the locations where the flowers are to be situated. This can range from wedding venues to funeral parlours, restaurants, cafes, churches and registry offices, castles or major events so a driving license a prerequisite to work as a florist. Florists in Sheffield also have their own fresh flowers sources in the form of markets and deliveries.Training to become a florist can start with working in a florists shop and learning the skill of the trade direct.Read more about St cloud florist. You can also study for a florist qualification at college either on a full or a part-time basis. Learning the ropes from a more experienced and qualified florist will give you a fantastic grounding and knowledge about the whole business, not just how to design a fantastically complicated orchid arrangement. However gaining further qualification in your chosen trade will always pay off further down the line. Take a look at some of the qualifications for florists. You can either take on an apprenticeship which takes 2 -3 years and includes the completion of the NVQ2 and NVQ3 floristry skills. Or you can study for NPTC, BTEC and City & Guilds or even a degree in a floristry related subject such as floral design or horticulture as a way into the industry.Walking into a florist's shop with all its flowers and greenery displayed to its best is a wonderful experience, and it's not just cut flowers that you can find there but everything from bedding plants to ferns, cacti and spider plants to balloons, greeting cards and vases or pots to hold your flowers. One of the busiest days of the year for florist must be St Valentines Day when suddenly every man in the country enters a florist at some point during the day to buy their loved one a beautiful bunch of flowers. Next must be Mother's Day of course and for each of these special events the florist must plan ahead to make sure they have ordered enough supplies of deep red roses or pink carnations well in advance of the special dates.For more info visit St cloud florist.