Northants Young Farmers’ Training Budget
Our budget towards training costs is still available for Northants YFC members aged 10 – 30, with the aim of encouraging those at the beginning of their careers or still in education to apply for a grant to be used to access training opportunities to improve their skills base.
Each application will be considered on its merits by the Finance Committee, whose decision will be final. The aim is to make a decision within one month of receipt of the application.
Successful applicants will be required to write a short report detailing their training and the benefit they’ve gained from it. This will be used to promote the training budget to other applicants.
NFYFC The Curve
The Curve has been designed especially for YFCs to help you get the very best out of your club and its members.
A series of fun, interactive workshops explore everything from organising the best money spinners to strengthening relationships in your clubs. Each is around 1.5 hours long, but is designed to be flexible to suit your own club. Chooose from a range of 21 sessions (ideal to fit into a club meeting) that include Future Farming, Rural+, Great Communicators, Dream Teams, Beat Bullying, Farm Safety, Know your Limits and Event Budgeting.
Visit National’s website to find out more: www.nfyfc.org.uk/TheCurve/thecurve
We have our own training team who will deliver a Curve workshop at a time and place to suit your members. You can contact them via the YFC Office.
East Midlands Area YFC Training Weekend
Friday 18th (evening) – Sunday 20th (early afternoon) January 2019
Four Northamptonshire Young Farmers have the opportunity to attend a weekend of activity-based training led by the EMA training team. It’s fun, it’s social, and you learn something too!
It’s based at Conkers, Rawdon Road, Moira, near Ashby-de-la-Zouch, Derbyshire, and the topics being covered are
- using social media to promote your club and county
- changing YFC culture
- NFYFC’s competitions structure
There is no charge to members as long as they attend the full weekend. A £100 charge will be made to anyone who drops out within one week of the event.