Bee-inspired Workshops 2015
Two beekeeping taster courses running in March, May and beginner's beekeeping courses in April and September 2015 in East Kent, Bridge nr. Canterbury.
Beekeeping Beginners Course 2015
The beekeeping beginners course commences on Monday 23rd February 2015 at Yalding Village Hall, Yalding, Kent ME18 6ES. SORRY COURSE NOW FULL
Surrey Trainging Day General Husbandry Assessment 2015-2016
Have you kept 5 colonies of bees for 4 years or 4 colonies of bees for 5 years and passed your Basic Assessment? Are you seriously contemplating taking the General Husbandry Assessment in 2015 or 2016?
Beekeeping for Beginners Course CROYDON 2015
10 week course comprising 8 evening sessions Spa Hill Allotments, 20th January to 10th March 2015 Time 7.30-9pm. Followed by 2 practical sessions in the apiary on Sunday afternoons on the 12th and 26th April. 2-4.30pm. Course fee £75.
Canterbury Beekeepers Introductory Beekeeping Course 2015
Canterbury beekeepers introductory beekeeping course 2015. This course now in its 7th year is aimed at potential beekeepers. It covers all the needs of those thinking about keeping bees or who have just started.
Beekeeping Course 2015
Beginners beekeeping course @ The Beeches, High Elms, Downe, Kent. Starting on Saturday 21st February 2015. Book early to avoid disappointment.
An example of how a beekeeping tutor could use Moodle
Your trainees need to know the theory behind the teaching but there isn’t time to cover this in much detail in the apiary.
National Honey Show Lecture Videos
The first two lecture videos from the 2013 National Honey Show lecture series have been released.
Medway Introductory Beekeeping Course 2014
Introductory beekeeping course 2014. Ideal for potential beekeepers, those just interested and anyone who cares about the environment (no previous knowledge or experience is necessary). Starting on Saturday 18th January 10am-12.00. Download application form (PDF) and return to Terry Clare.
Sussex Beekeeping Education
All the Sussex Divisions offer education for beginners and experienced beekeepers. This education takes the form of practical demonstrations, theory lessons and mentoring all aimed to improve the confidence and skills of our members. In addition, the British Beekeeping Association provides an Education Framework with practical assessments and examinations.
Beekeeping Beginners Courses 2014
Two beginners beekeeping courses for March/April and August 2014 in East Kent, Bridge nr. Canterbury.
KBKA Education Survey
Bob Smith and his team have been working very hard to devise and run education courses for members at the Kent Science Resource Centre at Sittingbourne. It would be helpful if association members completed this short questionnaire which will only take a few minutes.
Exam Success in Kent
Congratulations to Ian Stell of Sidcup Branch and Kay Wreford of Mid Kent Branch have both passed their Basic Assessment of the BBKA.