EMC Core Program (2 parts) is focused on craftsmanship and the floral design process. In order to apply the knowledge, one must first learn the theory. These building blocks offer the students the ability to boost their creativity and discover their signature design style. EMC Graduates, thanks in part to their EMC education have made their mark on the Floral Industry worldwide and are emerging leaders in the Floral Art World.
The investment for the Core Program is divided over the two parts and is 6,700 Euros.
We know that an effective certification program takes months of class time to complete. EMC makes it possible to accomplish this in a carefully planned 2 PART SYSTEM.
An effective certification program must be a complete step-by-step process, which takes time. EMC has devised a workable timeline which makes it possible for more foreign students to take part in the opportunity to learn European Design.
Part I: FOUNDATION teaches all the basic skills, techniques, and theory required in the European Design teaching system in a very accelerated, yet comprehensive format. It is comprised of an intensive 6-Day on location class offered at various locations around the world. Followed by a 6-8 month Self-Practicum online portion.
PART I: SELF PRACTICUM is a self-study module between Foundation & Advanced whereby the student practices all of the skills and techniques learned in PART I: Foundation on daily basis to improve the execution and efficiency and ready yourself for Part II: Advanced.
PART II: ADVANCED explores the application of the creative process. Taking place in Brugge, Belgium, it’s where passion and emotion bring creativity to fruition.
LAST STEP TO CERTIFICATION: FINAL EXAM EXPECTATIONS
To meet the needs of the EMC Family as it continues to grow EMC developed the addition of the Techniques Course. This course will be a supplement to the curriculum offered in the EMC Core Program. The 2-day workshop is open to students, graduates and anyone interested in enhancing their floral knowledge. They will learn 50 plus techniques to enhance their floral skills, elevate their floral designing, and increase their creativity. The EMC Techniques Course will be taught with European terminology. As it is open to students and graduates, It is a means to apply the essential theoretical knowledge acquired in EMC Core Program.
EMC Techniques is a 2-Day program taught by the EMC Instructor, Dalia Bortolotti EMC.
Are you interested in having an EMC Techniques Course in your area? Contact us at [email protected] to find out how you can bring this course to your country.
Have a question about the EMC Program? Check out our Frequently Asked Questions below! If you still can’t find the answer you’re looking for, feel free to reach out to us at [email protected]. We will be more than happy to help you with any inquiries!
From 8 to 12 months depending on the Part I dates you select.
We require EMC student to have had at least a basic design course, or minimum of 6 months’ work in floristry. If no experience, we recommend taking the EMC Technique Course in advance.
No. You have a choice as to where you want to take the course all the while visiting some desirable locations!
Your responsibility to complete Part II:
The 250 entry Nomenclature project will require a careful management of time to complete. The hands-on design skills will need practice to prepare for entry into Part III.
You may postpone the completion to the following cycle.
EMC support team is willing to help to make sure you meet the standard to complete PART I. As long as all assignments and projects are completed, you can plan to continue on to PART II.
Absolutely. Half of the mark is taken off for misspelled names.
You will have the opportunity to re-test a maximum of 2 times.
A Certificate of Completion is provided after each Part I & II. The Core Program European Masters Certification is presented after successfully completing the final examination.
PART I: A deposit is required to hold your space.
Part II: A €1,000.00 deposit is required to hold your space.
We do provide payment plans for the Core Program as well as the Techniques Courses.
All payments are non-refundable, but are transferable to future courses.
You will be surprised how distinctly different the European approach is to Elements and Principles of Design. Due to the fundamental nature of what is taught in EMC Part I, no one is excused from any part of the program no matter what your previous floral educational level might be.
You can register by clicking on the button of the class you wish to join.
Yes, there is a full EMC support team including personal mentors who you can communicate with to get extra help. Also, in PART I: Self Practicum, there are opportunities to ask as many questions as you want within our online community as you would do normally in any classroom situation.
Photography is permitted during any part of the EMC program. Video-taping is not allowed.
We provide a Core manual textbook as well as a Reference book which covers the complete content of study for EMC Core.
It is advised that the family join you towards the completion of the program when you are no longer pre-occupied by the workload and study schedule.
EMC Core is not a workshop. It is an educational program which gives you an insight to the creative floral design process.
Yes. We have our EMC Techniques and EMC+ Educational Experiences.
EMC Core is focused on craftsmanship and the creative process. In order to apply the knowledge, one must first learn the theory. These building blocks offer the students the ability to boost their creativity and discover their signature design style. EMC graduates have made their mark on the floral industry worldwide and are emerging leaders in the Floral Art World.
The EMC Technique Course is focused on developing the hand skills a floral designer needs in order to be a confident designer. The course focuses heavily on the practical hand skills of design. These acquired techniques equip the floral designers with the ability to execute designs that highlight craftsmanship and skill. This 2 Day Course is taught within the terminology of EMC by an EMC Instructor.