The project beeB is based on the development of intellectual outputs, staff and beekeepers training events and multiplier events dedicated to technicians, beekeepers and the general public. During the project, five transnational meeting will support the work.

The project contemplates the following 5 training events where all the intellectual outputs would be tested.

0101

Bee Diseases and Good Practices of Control - Use of gamification to assess and manage the beehive.

Estonia, May, 2020

 

Training activity to test and improve the Bee health field tool, using gamification to assess and manage the beehive, involving trainers, technicians and researchers in the area of beekeeping and/or in active learning.

0202

Innovation in beekeeping - New techniques, new products.

Norway, September, 2020

 

Training activity to test and improve again the Bee health field tool, using gamification to assess and manage the beehive, the Infographics and knowledge pills as resources for training, and the innovative beekeeping practices, such as breeding to improve bees health.

0303

Building new ideas for beekeeping using spirals of innovation.

Croatia. January, 2021

 

Training activity to test and improve the spirals of innovation, the Infographics and knowledge pills as resources for training and the Collaborative b-Learning HUB for beekeeping with innovation and knowledge.

0404

Training for beekeeping valorisation using the Cross-visiting method.

Italy. July 2021

 

Training activity to test and improve the Cross-visiting method, the Infographics and knowledge pills as resources for training and the Collaborative b-Learning HUB for beekeeping with innovation and knowledge.

0505

Design Bee roadmaps for citizens - the wonders of bee life and products as tools to promote a new business.

Spain, November 2021

 

Training activity to test and improve the Bee roadmaps for citizens, the Storytelling as resources for learning and training, to test other methodologies to promote bridges between citizens and beekeepers as a mean to protect bees.