Want to learn more about beekeeping? Apiculture is one of New Zealand’s fastest growing industries and there is such high demand for this skill that it is listed on Immigration NZ’s Immediate Skills Shortage List.

Our brand new Certificate will enable you to work as an assistant beekeeper for commercial operators, as an independent beekeeper with a small number of beehives or to even develop your own business.

 

Level 3 Apiculture

  • Central Otago, Dunedin and Christchurch
  • Part-time (October to June)
  • Level 3
  • Starts 5 October
  • Apply now

Want to learn more about beekeeping? Apiculture is one of New Zealand's fastest growing industries and there is a high demand for this skill. Graduates of this new programme will be able to work as an assistant beekeeper for commercial operators, as an independent beekeeper with a small number of beehives or even develop their own business. Successful completion of this programme will lead to the New Zealand Certificate in Apiculture (Level 3).

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