4 Courses Required


Presented by the Atlantic Tech Transfer Team for Apiculture and Extended Learning, Fundamentals of Beekeeping is a fully online program that provides production skills and beekeeping knowledge timed specifically to the annual beekeeping cycle for both new and experienced beekeepers alike. Fundamentals of Beekeeping will give you the skills and knowledge to expand your operation and prepare you to become a successful commercial beekeeper.

To acquire the Fundamentals of Beekeeping certificate, you must successfully complete all four courses below with a final grade of 70% or higher. For further information about each course, navigate through the menu to the right or click on the links below. 

ELAG-BEES0010  The Very Beeginnings
ELAG-BEES0011  Working Bees & Hive Health
ELAG-BEES0012  Post-Pollination: Propagation and Products
ELAG-BEES0013  Season Wrap-Up & Business Growth

All courses include synchronous (live) and asynchronous (on your own) learning. There is one live session on each day of the course; one each weeknight and one during the day on Saturday. Specific times for the live sessions will be communicated well in advance. Textbooks will be provided.

Who Should Attend

Anyone whose primary responsibility and interest is the care and progression of the apiary are encouraged to enroll – apiary persons, hobbyists and upcoming commercial beekeepers looking to improve skills.

Funding Opportunities

Eligible participants may qualify for funding through the Canada Job Grant Program. Please contact your provincial partner for more information.

Nova Scotia: Workplace Innovation Productivity Skills Initiative (WIPSI)
New Brunswick: Canada New Brunswick Job Grant
Prince Edward Island: Business Development Program 
Newfoundland: Canada NL Job Grant

Funding may also be available through your provincial Departments of Agriculture. To inquire contact your local office.

Instructors

Andrew Byers - Senior Apiculturist/Program Lead, ATTTA

Annie Bennett - Apiculturist, ATTTA

Additional Details

Courses

Minimum Required

4 Course(s)

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