National Federation of Young Farmers' Clubs

Fun, Learning, and Achievement

DEVELOPMENT and Training

Want to learn new skills, make new friends and improve your career prospects? Then why not check out NFYFC’s training courses.

The Curve 

If you are looking for a great activity for a club meeting, there is a whole host of ideas among NFYFC's Curve training modules. These interactive, bite-sized training modules focus on issues close to YFC members' hearts, such as agriculture, farm safety, plastic pollution and mental health and wellbeing. The sessions are delivered by YFC Trainers and intended to involve group work and discussion to keep everyone engaged. 

There are also a range of Curve modules that have been developed to support successful club operations, which can be used as part of club officer training. While taking on a role in your club will help you to learn essential skills to add to your CV, extra Curve training can help build your confidence and knowledge in the role. 

NFYFC also provides training for County officers, County staff and trustees.

Why not become a YFC Trainer?

Improve your career prospects and build your County Federation’s expertise by joining NFYFC's 130 qualified trainers. Based across England and Wales, YFC Trainers all want to make a difference in YFC and are focused on providing high-quality training sessions for members.

To become a YFC trainer you need to either:

  • Attend our internationally recognised Train the Trainer course which is accredited by the Institute of Training and Occupational Learning (ITOL).
  • Hold a professional recognised qualification in teaching and training.

Don’t miss out on a fantastic opportunity to network with like-minded people and improve your skills. It will develop your knowledge, increase your confidence and you’ll have great fun too.

For all your training needs contact

International Recognition


The Institute of Training and Occupational Learning (ITOL) is the professional body for people specialising in training, development and occupational learning.

Its accreditation of NFYFC’s Train the Trainer and Advanced Train the Trainer courses ensures that training offered will not only be beneficial within YFC, but is also highly regarded by employers, colleges and universities.

NFYFC's training is supported by the NFU Mutual Charitable Trust.   


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