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“Learning alongside my fellow apprentices was a fascinating and invaluable experience because it allowed me to gain an understanding of just how different individual set-ups are.”

“Since embarking on my now completed Bee Farmers’ Apprenticeship, I have been taken aback with how varied the world of bees can be.  Learning alongside my fellow apprentices was a fascinating and invaluable experience because it allowed me to gain an understanding of just how different individual set-ups are.

Beekeeping is not just about producing honey.  What works for one business in one location, will not necessarily work for another operation elsewhere.

If others are developing a bee farming business or a career within the industry, I would recommend doing lots of research.  Always be willing to take on board advice and be prepared for plenty of trial and error to see what works for you.”

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WORKING WITH LCAS
Kirsty Lining Wheel Spokes  

Kirsty Thomson is now employed at the Royal Mews as Assistant Harness Maker and Carriage Restorer having gained a Distinction at the end of her apprenticeship.

THE SCHEMES
 

David Davis completed his one year Flight Instructor Higher Apprenticeship in September 2017 with a Merit.

TESTIMONIALS

Richard Cooper

“Learning alongside my fellow apprentices was a fascinating and invaluable experience because it allowed me to gain an understanding of just how different individual set-ups are.” “Since embarking on my

Margaret Ginman

Wax Chandlers

“I would like to praise all concerned in this scheme (Bee Farming Apprenticeship). It has been particularly suited to apprentices in a rural environment.”

David Mortlock

Wheelwrights Court Assistant

“I believe the LCAS has created a spark of hope for the future of the Craft/Trade.  It has given the opportunity for Wheelwrights to pass on their skills and once