EXPAND YOUR KNOWLEDGE
Are you looking to expand your honeybee and beekeeping knowledge? Then why not consider studying for one of the Scottish Beekeepers Association modules? The module exams will be available to sit this year on Saturday 23rd of March (in both online or written exam centre format), and you can book your place now by clicking here. This will take you to the new format 'jotform' where you can select your module and enter your details and payment. The closing date for registering to sit an exam is the 10th of February.
For information on all the modules and details of their syllabuses please click here.
There is a new module for 2024, Plants and Pollinators.
This new module is designed to enhance a beekeeper's knowledge of the interactions between plants and pollinating insects and covers a wide range of topics including; how a plant grows and develops, the pollination strategies employed by plants and the pollination activities including transportation of pollen and typical plants visited by solitary bees, bumblebees, and honey bees.
More information on the full list of topics covered and the learning outcomes for this new module can be found by downloading the syllabus here.
The Microscopy exam will also be held this year, on Saturday 9th of March, so if you have participated in Microscopy workshops and would like to sit this exam, please click here to register before the 10th of February.
Just think of what you'll gain by embarking on this journey!