BBKA have issued new Syllabi for the Modules, bringing in extra questions on some modules about history with effect from the March 2022 exams.
Candidates for module exams are advised to download up to date copies of syllabi from the BBKA website.
|2 Jan||Oxalic Acid sublimation - demonstration in the Apiary|
|26 Mar||(2020) Zoom AGM|
|27 Mar||Apiary tidy / Frame making|
|12 Apr||Asian Hornet Monitoring Week|
|Apr/May||Beginners visit Apiary|
|July||Queen Rearing Course|
|31 July||Beginners Theory Study Day|
|18/19 Aug||Gillingham & Shaftesbury show|
|21 Aug||Apiary Tidy 2pm|
|6-13 Sep||Asian Hornet week|
|7 Sep||Pam Payne making wax food wraps, 7.30pm, SCC|
|18 Sep||Honey Sale Gillingham & Shaftesbury Show Ground|
|12 Oct||Kevin Pope, Bee Inspector - talk on bee diseases 7.30pm in the SCC.|
|21-23 Oct||National Honey Show - book in advance|
|19 Nov||AGM and Supper, 7pm, SCC|
BKAs (Bee Keepers Associations) are centres of knowledge, advice and assistance. They hold the beekeeping knowledge and teach it to future beekeepers. The North Dorset BKA is passionate about bees, honey and the enjoyment you can find through keeping bees and harvesting the produce. Our aim is to encourage the craft of beekeeping, provide high quality training, and advise, help support and encourage beekeepers. We are a Registered Charity (Number 1193201), and we are fully affiliated with the Dorset County Beekeepers Association and the British Beekeepers Association.
Resources < click here for : BeeBase (DEFRA), The British Beekeeping Association (BBKA), Dorset BKA, Bee Blogs, Asian Hornet Information, Beekeeping websites, Skep Making, Making Beesawx Polish.