Courses and Workshops

Beekeeping Courses & Workshops

Hands-on experience can really make a difference!

Learn from experienced beekeepers who value your interest in learning how to safely and responsibly provide a healthy environment for your bees to prosper.

Because many of our courses & workshops have a hands-on component, as well as classroom and homework, most offerings are arranged so that the information provided coincides with the occurrences of the beekeeping year.

For this reason our class offerings are as seasonal as keeping bees is.

Successful completion of all course materials and attendance of lectures and hands-on sessions merits a certificate of completion for that course or workshop.

We currently offer over 200 hours of programming...

2 0 22 C l a s s S c h e d u l e

Crs # | Hours | Title | Start Date


100 18 Beginning Beekeeping (Short Course) February 5

101 15 Practical Beekeeping (hands-on) March 19

103 9 Getting Through Winter September 3

104 6 Common Pest & Disease Management

106 3 Honey Extraction, Processing, Bottling TBA

112 The Complete Flow Hive


201 12 Intermediate Beekeeping TBA

202 24 Internship contact us

203 12 Queen Rearing Workshop June 6

204 4 Colony Increase Workshop May 9

206 6 Honey Harvest & Processing TBA

210 Top Bar Beekeeping tba

211 Ware Hive Beekeeping tba

212 Flow Hive Essentials tba


301 Advanced Topics in The Apiary Arts

302 Anatomy and Physiology of Honeybees

303 Microscopy for Beekeepers

304 Artificial Insemination and Genetics

350 Teaching Assistant

351 Research Assistant I

380 Independent Research


400 Master Application

401 48 Master Study Course contact us

402 Research Assistant II

450 96 Apprenticeship contact us


Honey Processing & Bottling TBA

Cooking with Honey TBA

Soap Making TBA

Balms, lotions, and body bars TBA

Candle Making TBA

Not at Beekeeper?

Some of our offerings are for non-beekeepers too...

  • honey extraction & bottling

  • cooking with honey

  • making soaps

  • making salves, balms, lotions and body bars

  • candle making

Levels of Certification

There are three levels of course curriculum:

  • beginner

  • intermediate

  • advanced

These coincide with our levels of certification:

  • Certified Beekeeper

  • Journeymen Beekeeper

  • Master Beekeeper

For those who wish to pursue certification starting with the Certified Beekeeper and onward there are a set of requirements in addition to class attendance that must be met.

We are seeking accreditation as a Registered Trade School.