Bucks County Beekeepers Association is co-ordinating Practical Skills training across the County, covering aspects of beekeeping in line with the BBKA General Husbandry Assessment syllabus.
The training in 2017 is split into two parts and is designed for delegates to have time to learn and practice their practical skills throughout the coming season.
Attendees must have attained their Basic Assessment Certificate to qualify to attend.
The course fee of:
£35 for Bucks County Members and
£75 for non-County Members is
payable to Bucks County Beekeepers Association.
The course will cover queen rearing, manipulations, honey processing, disease recognition and management. This is very much a hands on course.
Part One: Saturday, 22nd April 9.30-16.00 Format : Classroom study
Part Two: 3rd and 4th June 9.30-16:00 Format: Practical activities in the apiary including queen rearing
Tutor: Sean Stephenson
Please open the flyer below and contact Sean, whose details are included.