Several months ago, I was asked by the editors of JUNE to submit a Technical Paper on how to train a honey bee. I have been using these training methods to lure forager honey bees to a distant artificial feeder for more than a decade. Once at the feeder, one can ask the bees to jump through hoops or memorize cues, and many sophisticated neuroethological questions can then be asked. Everything I know about training honey bees I learned from Dr. Darrell Moore at East Tennessee State University, so I invited him to write the paper with me. While these methods go back a century to the great bee scientist Prof. Karl von Frisch, Darrell has modernized and perfected the methods over the last few decades. Thus, he has at least as much ownership of these methods as I do, and for all his mentorship over the years, I was honored to coauthor this paper with him. We packed as many tips and tricks in as we could, along with the basic steps necessary for training bees, and we believe this Technical Paper may be helpful to people who have access to bees but do not know how to train them either for pedagogical or research purposes.