Instrumental Insemination Course with Michael Collier, June 2019
For the last 2 years this course sold out on the first day it was advertised with only 6 spaces available, so don't be slow in booking!!
The dates will be confirmed nearer the time.
The training will be conducted by Michael Collier, the UK`s leading authority In Honey Bee Instrumental Insemination, who has trained extensively in Germany with Dr Fischer and the USA with Sue Cobey over many years and worked with many of the leading Universities in the UK.
The course designed to help individuals learn the science of instrumental insemination and the art of perfecting this valuable technique. Ample opportunities for individual instruction and plenty of practice will be provided. Course attendance is limited to maximize the benefits of a small group setting and provide the best individual instruction.
Michael also makes the equipment and you can order from him if you would like your own after the course
All Queens Inseminated will be yours to take home.
All equipment you need will be supplied but if you have your own kit please let us know that you will be using your own.
This will be a very intense course over 2 days.
Day 1 - Please arrive at 9:30am for a 10am start until 5:30pm with breaks for lunch and snacks.
Day 2 - 9:30am - 4:30pm with breaks for lunch and snacks.
Tea and Coffee will be provided on both days but please bring a packed lunch.
The course will be at
The Pack House
I have really enjoyed the two day's, can not put into words so good at showing the real side of the wrongs and rights of the whole thing, worth every penny and my long trip.
i found the course very useful and learned a lot, i am now confident enough to do II on my own queens, Micheal was a great teacher and made every effort to answer any question we had, and clearly explained every aspect of what he was doing with a very relaxed manner which made us all feel at ease, can i thank you and the team for hosting the II course, and you great service, and finally can you pass on my comments and thanks to Micheal.