TTP Workshops & Courses

TTP Workshops & Courses

Hands-on Spring Workshops

(Introductory Beekeeping, Pest Management for Beekeeping and Basic Queen Rearing)

All Introductory, IPM for Beekeeping and Queen Rearing Workshops are completed for 2018.
Dates and locations are now posted. Registration takes place online.
Each workshop is a separate one-day workshop. They take place in multiple locations throughout Ontario.
Workshops take place during the months of May and June.
Lunch: Provided with registration fee. Coffee and snacks also included.
Comes with a Manual.
Check out the Spring Hands-on Workshop page for more information.
 

Advanced Winter Workshops

(Advanced Queen Breeding, Advanced IPM & Advanced Pollination Services)

TTP has a selection of Advanced Workshops available for established beekeepers.

Each workshop is a separate one-day workshop.
Workshops will take place in off-season months (winter).
Lunch is provided. 
Comes with a manual.
Check out the Advanced Workshops page for Winter 2019 schedule and more information.
 

Online Courses 

Based on our popular live training sessions, the online module takes you through the basics of beekeeping. 
Courses are presented in sessions throughout the year and are monitored and supported by the TTP.
Participants will interact with the Tech Transfer members as they navigate and learn from a compelling and intuitive online course (no hands-on aspects).

An Online Introductory Beekeeping Course as well as an Pest Management (IPM) for Beekeeping Course are available. See Apiology101 for more information.


Antimicrobial Management for Beekeeping Training Workshop (for Veterinarians)

Under the new regulations set forth by the World Health Organization, antimicrobial use in agriculture is now controlled through a veterianarian prescription. This process will be new to the beekeeping industry, as antimicrobrial purchasing in the past has been over-the-counter. This workshops is designed to familarize veterinarians with the pests and diseases that afflict honey bees in Ontario, which diseases require antimicrobial treatments, the timing of treatments, as well as other information pertaining to the maintenence of honey bee health.

See HERE for more information.