|Start Date:||Duration:||Level:||Study mode:||Course location:||Course Type:|
|05/03/2021||10 Weeks||2||Part-Time - Day||Kirkley Hall Campus||Hobbies|
The practical session will include: opening and closing a hive; controlling the colony; use of smoker and hive tools; identifying workers, drones and queens; indentifying eggs, larvae, sealed brood, stored honey, pollen, queen cells and queen cups; recognising healthy brood; taking a sample of bees; finding, marking and clipping the queen; transporting hives, preparing a hive for the heather, assembling and waxing a frame, assembling a British National floor, super and roof.The course consists of 10 , 2 hours theory sessions and four afternoon practical sessions.
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