National Federation of Young Farmers' Clubs

Fun, Learning, and Achievement

Training courses 

The following courses are available for YFC members.  

NFYFC Chairs' Conference 

Friday 15 - Sunday 17 October 2021

Venue: Future Inn, Hemingway Road, Cardiff, CF10 4AU

Get support in leading your County in 2021-22 and sign up to NFYFC’s Chairs Conference.

This year’s event will help County Chairs and Vice Chairs lead their federations to recover from the pandemic and develop leadership skills. It will also give Chairs an opportunity to develop a network of support while gaining the skills needed for your role.

The event starts at 6pm on Friday 15 October 2021 1pm on Sunday 17 October.

The cost is £115 per person which will be invoiced to the counties and includes accommodation and meals.

Book now on the online booking form. 

Booking deadline is 4 October 2021 so hurry to secure your place. . 

 

Train the Trainer 2021

Thursday 23 September (7pm, Zoom), Saturday 25 September (9.30am, Zoom or YFC Centre), Monday 27 September (7pm, Zoom)

Are you passionate about Young Farmers?

Have you gained more skills through YFC than anywhere else?

Are you keen to see your organisation running successfully?

If you can answer yes to all the above then it could be time for you to attend the NFYFC Train the Trainer Course (TTT). As one of NFYFC’s core training courses, TTT supports those who have gained from the federation to give back. A highly regarded and well-established course, TTT really forms the backbone in learning needed to support members, associates and staff with the development of their organisation.

Specifically written and designed to meet the needs of YFC, this course equips all who attend with the knowledge needed to plan, deliver and evaluate training. It also looks specifically at the planning and delivery of Club Officer training and The Curve modules.

In addition to offering a bespoke learning opportunity this course is also certificated by The Institute of Training and Occupational Learning (ITOL). All those who successfully complete the course will receive the internationally recognised certification ‘Introductory Certificate in Training Delivery’ – a positive addition to the CV of anyone interested in training and developing others within their job role.

What will the course involve?

The TTT course will be conducted at a level 2 standard (GCSE Level) and will be run over three sessions, all of which must be attended to become a trainer. Those who apply for this course must be happy that they can work at this level.

What is the cost? 

The course costs £25pp plus an optional £45 ITOL accreditation.

Booking conditions

Contact your county office, who will be able to forward you the booking form for this course.

 

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