Floral Calendar • Available through theses links: www.beeflowerseasoncan.ca and www.beeflowerseasonon.ca
CHC Teachers Kit for Grades 1 to 3
Alberta Green Certificate Training Resources for Beekeeper Technician Training
Alberta Green Certificate Beekeeper Training Manual
Grand Prairie Regional College
Beekeeping: Queen Rearing (BKP03)
Beekeeping: Taking Care of Your Hive (BKP02)
Molecular Diagnostics of Honey Bee Pathogens (BKP01)
Introduction to Beekeeping-Royal Roads University Continuing Studies
Honeyland offers short course for beekeepers
The Bee School at Blessed Bee Farm View course offerings
The Environmental Youth Alliance Contact Hartley Rosen to Register at firstname.lastname@example.org
Sustainable Urban Beekeeping Certificate Program, Langara College Continuing Studies.
Kwantlen Polytechnic University (KPU) proudly introduce its Commercial Beekeeping Program. KPU is the only accredited university in North America that offers training focused on commercial apiculture and beekeeping agri-business. This 11-month full time program includes 12 weeks of basic beekeeping, 12 weeks of advanced beekeeping and business training, and a 5 month paid practicum with an experienced commercial beekeeper within Western Canada.
For more information and for the online application please visit www.kpu.ca/cps/commercial-beekeeping
Introductory Apiculture course, Office of Open Learning, University of Guelph.
Niagara College – diploma program – https://www.niagaracollege.ca/environment-horticulture-studies/programs/commercial-beekeeping
The Ontario Beekeepers’ Association Tech-Transfer Program offers popular hands on and online beekeeper training from beginner to advanced, including Introductory Beekeeping, Introduction to Pest Management , Introductory Queen Rearing, Advanced Pest Management, Queen Breeding, Advanced Pollination Services.
OBA’s TTP also develops and provides reliable, science-based resources, books & manuals, videos and advice to Ontario beekeepers. See more here: https://www.ontariobee.com/outreach/ttp
Honey Bee Research Centre’s How to Videos – http://www.uoguelph.ca/honeybee/videos.shtml
Apiary Acts and Regulations