One day course
Ideal for those interested in honeybees or considering becoming a beekeeper.
This one day course covers the biology of the honey bee, the equipment you’ll need to keep bees, the gadgets you can buy, the pests and diseases to watch out for and the flowers you can plant to help bees and other pollinators and where to get your own bees.
Topics include honeybee biology and ecology, choosing a hive, management through the year, pests and diseases, plants for bees, how to start beekeeping and includes (weather depending) hands-on experience with a colony of bees at the College Apiary.
- Bee suit or long sleeved top (not woollen) and long trousers (a veil and gloves will be provided)
- Wellington boots
- Notebook and pen
Course reference: COP018
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There are no entry requirements for this course.
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18th August 2018
22nd September 2018
- With over 800 hectares at your disposal, we’ve got excellent facilities for you to develop your knowledge and practical skills.
- On our College estate alone, you’ve got ancient semi-natural woodlands, chalk downland, our commercial farm, plus a network of small streams.
- You’ll also enjoy time at our dedicated wood workshops which are fully equipped with the latest technology and equipment.
Ready to take the next step?
Apply for this course online now to begin you journey towards a qualification in Beekeeping Taster Day.
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