Member’s Training Workshop

SBDC is pleased to offer the following work place safety courses to our membership.

Work Place Safety:

If you have 10 or more employees you are required to have a safety plan in place.  This course will provide a safety plan geared toward beekeeping and the hazards with the industry.  A written plan and digital copy will be provided.

Forklift  – “Train the Trainer”

Will provide the certificate and background required to train your employees to drive a forklift.  The certificate is valid for 5 years and training manuals will be provided in English and Spanish.

Workplace Safety Registration Form

Ag in the Classroom - SBDC

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AITC (Agriculture in the Classroom, Sask.) began in its infancy in January of 1992. Inspired by the success of other AITC programs offered in Edmonton Alberta a focus group came together to establish a positive program that teachers could use to promote the importance of the Saskatchewan agriculture industry within classroom curriculum.  Through fund-raising and support from sponsors the AITC program became a success.  In June of 1994 Agriculture in the Classroom (Sask.) Inc. was incorporated under the Non-Profit Act.

Over the years AITC has been building momentum on a large scale with expanding partnerships and programs.  The success of and involvement in such programs as Career Expo/ Agri-Ed Showcase held during Agribition, classroom programs held during the Livestock Expo and Little Green Thumbs, AITC is well on its way to broaden knowledgeable decisions made by future generations.  AITC also co-manages the Ag-Experience with Prairieland Park Corporation and Biotech Outreach Day with the College of Agriculture and Bioresources.  AITC participates in many different outreach events such as the Yorkton Harvest Showdown, PA Agri-Ed event, and Farm Safety Fairs.  The AITC program has been accredited to the success in learning outcomes in Social Studies within current curriculum.

Saskatchewan Beekeepers Development Commission Involvement