If you have already completed Ikebana Arrangement Intermediate Course or if you are pretty confident that you have sufficient experience in Ikebana and your Ikebana Arranging Skill is considered very good, you MAY qualify to join this Advanced Course. If you are not sure about what kind of level of skill you currently have in Ikebana and wonder whether you should join this course or not, we recommend you to consult our head instructor.
Since this course is designed so that students want to challenge a high level of arrangements, you need to have already earned a good skill and must be very enthusiastic to learn and study Ikebana very diligently from your instructor. The course consists of 14 types of designs and the lesson fee is $700 in total (The fee of Kenzan and Suiban is separate). As students usually learn 2 designs a day spending about 2.5 hours (one session), in order to complete this course, they are usually required to come to the classroom 7 times.
Classes are offered every week per THIS SCHEDULE
at our San Jose classroom. For more information, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
REMARKS: Information including, but not limited to, lesson fee and number of designs, described in this page shall be subject to change. Therefore applicants are recommended to check with our school about the latest situation at or before enrollment.
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