We are pleased to offer a beginners course which provides information on how to get started and an insight into the world of the Honeybee. We cover everything from how to build your hive to the importance of gardening for bees and the vital role that pollen and nectar play in their building colony strength. While also covering the importance of disease recognition to handling bees – whether in a National or Top Bar Hive. You will gain from visits to our Training Apiary while also benefiting from visiting members’ garden apiaries and enjoying a support network of beekeepers within your local area.
The beginners course runs during April and May and comprises 5 weekly classes at Hopley’s Cafe, Much Hadham plus a weekend visit to the Association Apiary.
Contact email@example.com for more details or you can register for the course here.
For details of other beginners courses across Hertfordshire please see here http://www.hertsbees.org.uk/education/beekeeping-interest-and-new-beekeepers/
For membership Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Those members who have been keeping bees for at least a year are eligible to take the BBKA Bee Basic assessment. The syllabus for this can be found on the BBKA website here: https://www.bbka.org.uk/learn
We are also a member of Hertfordshire BKA and can participate in their training courses which include New Season Preparation, Swarm Collecting, Basic Assessment Preparation and Microscopy. Please see their website for further details.