The education pathway for budding beekeepers and bee farmers
So What’s To Know?…
In my twenties I decided I was not doing anything with my down time so I cast about for a short course on something practical. In Didsbury, Manchester was an establishment called the Worker’s Education Association [WEA]. It was housed in a run down but formally a very grand country house. Disbury was in the countryside in the 1820s. Now it is is firmly in the Manchester conurbation. For no reason what so ever I decided upon a course in bee keeping would be the very thing to do over the winter months.
Beekeeping has been a part of my life for over 35 years
David is one of the few professional Bee Farmers in the UK. There is a lot more to discover about the bee farmer at www.thebeefarmer.co.uk
Confidence in the practical application of successfully keeping bees. Plus a Level 1 certificate
A detailed knowhow of beekeeping to a advanced standard. Plus a Level 2 certificate
The fundamentals of producing a high quality product and how to take it to market. Plus a Level 3 certificate.
The confidence and knowledge to operate a commercial bee farming business. Plus a Level 4 certificate.
A credibility and satisfaction knowing you are at the pinnacle of modern Bee farming practices.
Plus an accreditation & Level 5 certificate.