Courses

Omlet provides access to training courses all over the country. Run by our customers, you can learn first hand how to keep Chickens, become a Beekeeper or one of many other fantastic skills. Search the map below to find a course near you.

Available Courses

Urban Hens - Keeping Chickens in London Hosted by Sara Ward

Price: £45.00

Date: Wed 01 Jun 2016

Time: 18:30 pm - 20:30 pm

A summer's evening in the kitchen garden... You will be welcomed with a cold drink and nibbles and introduced to the joys of keeping chickens! We've been keeping chickens in London since 2007 and currently have ten big hens in an Eglu Cube, six bantams in an Eglu Classic and hope to hatch chick in our Eglu Go.

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Family Feathers and Fun! Hosted by Sara Ward

Price: £45.00

Date: Thu 02 Jun 2016

Time: 14:00 pm - 16:00 pm

An afternoon for all the family in the garden at Hen Corner…

You will be welcomed with a warm drink and introduced to the joys of keeping chickens!

We’ve been keeping chickens, here in London, since 2007 and currently have ten big hens in an Eglu Cube and four bantams in an Eglu Go.

Price: £45.00 per adult (includes up to two children per adult)

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Keeping Chickens as Pets Hosted by Margaret Manchester

Price: £25.00

Date: Sun 05 Jun 2016

Time: 10:00 am - 12:30 pm

In recent years keeping chickens has become very popular. It is an enjoyable pastime with the added bonus of lovely fresh eggs! This course is designed to teach beginners all they need to know about keeping chickens. There will be hands-on experience of handling and inspecting chickens and plenty of opportunities to ask questions.

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Hen Party For Beginners Hosted by Lisanne McEvoy

Price: £20.00

Date: Sun 05 Jun 2016

Time: 13:00 pm - 15:30 pm

All you need to know about keeping chickens but were too afraid to ask!  This is a fun, informal 2 and a half hour course packed with advice aimed at those just starting out, considering taking the plunge or just interested.  You will get to meet our hens, see the Classic Eglu AND Eglu Cube and learn how to care for chickens.  This is all done in a normal garden in a modern estate in north Manchester, so book your place to see how you can make chicken keeping work in your own home.

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Introduction to Beekeeping Hosted by Fiona Stringer

Price: £70.00

Date: Sat 11 Jun 2016

Time: 10:00 am - 16:00 pm

  Interested in keeping bees? Our course enables you to see the Beehaus in operation as well as the national beehive.

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Hen Party for beginners Hosted by Marie Doherty

Price: £25.00

Date: Sat 11 Jun 2016

Time: 11:00 am - 13:00 pm

The course gives an introduction to keeping chickens and is suitable for beginners . It covers all you need to know to get started with your own chickens and an insight to the delights of these gorgeous creatures and the fun they bring to your family . It is held in my garden, so bring your raincoat and wellies just in case. I also offer exclusive family courses by arrangement. My flock include Sussex, Marans, Orpingtons, legbars and mixed hybrids.

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Hens For Everyone Hosted by Claire & Steve Peach

Price: £20.00

Date: Sun 12 Jun 2016

Time: 10:00 am - 12:00 pm

Come along and 'Hug a Hen' at our new Hens HQ. Learn everything you need o know to have your hens at home lots of hands on experience with a variety of hens and houses. Followed up with tea and cake! You will also take home a 'Chooky Bag' full of course notes, free samples and vouchers. More Info & Booking

Chicken Keeping for Beginners Hosted by Rachel Wall

Price: £25.00

Date: Sun 12 Jun 2016

Time: 10:00 am - 12:30 pm

This course aims to show you how to keep happy, healthy hens in your garden or on your allotment. It is run on our smallholding on the edge of Sheffield. More Info & Booking

Beekeeping Taster Course Hosted by Stephen Brain

Price: £35.00

Date: Sun 12 Jun 2016

Time: 14:00 pm - 17:00 pm

A taster course for those interested in keeping bees.. Sessions available approximately every 6 weeks.

We will give an overview of the essentials of beekeeping and how you get started.

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Beginners' guide to keeping hens in the garden Hosted by Kate Hill

Price: £25.00

Date: Sun 12 Jun 2016

Time: 14:30 pm - 16:30 pm

This is a short, introductory course, aimed at people thinking about keeping hens or those who have just got their first hens. I cover basic chicken care, health and wellbeing, the pros and cons of having chickens in your garden, and how keeping hens can be fitted in around a busy schedule. During the 2 hour session you will have the opportunity to handle some of our hens, have a look at an Eglu and a Cube and see how they work, and ask lots of questions over tea/coffee and cake. More Info & Booking

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