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apiadmin [Professional Apiculture]
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apiadmin [Advanced Apiculture]
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 Advanced beekeeping includes performing tasks related to identifying and diagnosis of more complex concerns with colonies. Advanced beekeeping includes performing tasks related to identifying and diagnosis of more complex concerns with colonies.
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 +Advanced beekeeping is greatly improved by becoming familiar with the lexicon of the beekeeping research community. ​ Know the terminology and concepts that researchers use to better keep up with and understand the research that is coming out all the time.
  
 They should be able to perform general live bee swarm captures, trap-outs and set bait hives, hive splits and queen rearing. They should be able to perform general live bee swarm captures, trap-outs and set bait hives, hive splits and queen rearing.
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 It is important to be able to be knowledgeable about and guide clients through setting goals and objectives to achieve their desired results. It is important to be able to be knowledgeable about and guide clients through setting goals and objectives to achieve their desired results.
  
-It is not so important to be an omniscient expert on all things apiculture as it is to have a solid, established documentation and reference system in place. ​ Have good, collaborative relationships with other beekeepers and apiarists who specialize or have more experience in areas you do not.  Be willing to be of assistance to those others in areas you do have expertise and\or more experience. ​ Don't be afraid to refer a client to someone else that specializes in an area you are not fully competent in.  It's more important the client gets the appropriate service they need.+It is not so important to be an omniscient expert on all things apiculture as it is to have a solid, established documentation and reference system in place. ​Take copious notes and accumulate a library of reference resources. 
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 +Have good, collaborative relationships with other beekeepers and apiarists who specialize or have more experience in areas you do not.  Be willing to be of assistance to those others in areas you do have expertise and\or more experience. ​ Don't be afraid to refer a client to someone else that specializes in an area you are not fully competent in.  It's more important the client gets the appropriate service they need.
  
 Offer to collaborate or assist the referred to collaborator to gain more experience. ​ Perhaps bring them in as a sub-contractor. Offer to collaborate or assist the referred to collaborator to gain more experience. ​ Perhaps bring them in as a sub-contractor.
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