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Agriculture, Environmental and Related Studies
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This is an entry level qualification designed for people working or considering working in the beekeeping industry.
The qualification's compulsory section recognises the skills to work in an apiary and the honey house and to construct and repair beehives and beehive frames. It also recognises general knowledge related to beehives and beehive assembly, bee types, bee behaviour, and bee diseases and includes hazard identification and control and the consequences of injury in a rural workplace.
The elective section allows people to select unit standards that are relevant to their own work situation. These may include unit standards which relate to agricultural vehicles and machinery, fencing, pest control, personal fitness, work skills, first aid, injury management, nutrition, loading and unloading goods, the New Zealand beekeeping industry and career pathways within it, and commercial and manual extraction of honey.
On completion of this qualification, people can progress to the National Certificate in Apiculture (Level 3) [Ref: 1069], or other specialised Primary Industry Training Organisation qualifications such as the National Certificate in Agriculture (Level 2) with strands in Cattle Farming, Dairy Farming, Deer Farming, and Sheep Farming [Ref: 1434], National Certificate in Agriculture (Animal Feeding and Pastures) (Level 3) [Ref: 1435], or the National Certificate in Agriculture (Animal Health and Husbandry) (Level 3) with strands in Cattle Farming, and Sheep Farming [Ref: 1438].
Information in this section is provided by Tertiary Education Commission and s updated on a regular basis. If this information is incorrect, please contact TEC to update it. Information below only relates to Domestic Students.
Total Enrolments for National Certificate in Apiculture for 2015: 0, 2016: 0, 2017: 0 and 2018: 0
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