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The specialist international beekeeping organisation
Beekeeping training is frequently put in place as part of setting up a beekeeping project. It is a frequent part of funding bids as funding training is popular with donors. Whatever the reason for setting up a training course, it is important that the training is excellent if beekeeping is to make an impact on the development objectives of the organisation providing the training. Training organisers are not always qualified beekeepers or qualified teachers so it is important that course organisers understand the requirements needed to set up an effective course.
Training organisers should ask some key questions:
About the course
About the participants
About the location and timing of the course
About the resources needed for the course
About the trainer
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published 2001, private note PDF on this website
Report (pdf file) in English