The YFC Club Officer handbook provides information for clubs that will help members keep their clubs and community activities running safely.
Each club has young people volunteering to run in formal officer positions to enable it to be run effectively, such as a treasurer, secretary, club programmer, etc. This handbook is a key resource for all young people who are in positions of responsibility as well as a guide for member activities.
The handbook is split into six sections, each containing a number of PDF downloads. These downloads will be available soon via these pages, and a hard copy of the whole handbook will also be released in the near future.
Do you know how your club fits into NFYFC – The National Federation of Young Farmers’ Clubs? This section gives you information you need to understand how NFYFC operates, the programmes of work it delivers and how you can get involved in the democratic process and have you voice heard.
Job descriptors for the various YFC officer roles contain the information you will need to get you started running a fun, safe and successful YFC including details of what constitutes a Position of Trust.
This section contains important information to help you set up and managing the important business of the charity such as understanding the constitution, working with the Charity Commission and running an AGM.
This section give you the information and tools you need to run your club such as how to create an engaging programme, running meetings, recruiting and retaining members and lots of guidance on issues and situation that may arise.