Coping with the Pressures of
Coping with the Pressures of Farming
Coping with the Pressures of Farming workshops are open to farmers, farm family members and farm employees. This awareness training will provide practical guidance to farmers and farm families dealing with the pressures of farming.
This course is specifically tailored for the farming sector and covers a range of wellbeing issues. Workshops are currently being delivered through online webinars.
Who are the workshops for?
Farmers and growers, members of the farm family and employees.
The workshops aim to create a general awareness of:
- What causes stress and mental wellbeing issues within the farm family;
- The signs in oneself or others who may be struggling with their mental wellbeing;
- How to listen and be more confident to engage supportively with somebody experiencing difficulty;
- The sources of help available to the farming community and how to signpost people towards these;
Trainees will also be provided with the booklet ‘Coping with the Pressures of Farming’ published by Rural Support and Health and Safety Executive NI. This is a valuable resource of information.
You can book as an individual using the online booking link (Apply for this Course) below or by contacting Rural Support. If using the online booking system you will find available courses listed in the Course Menu under ‘Farm Family Key Skills – Health and Safety’. **Please note that the online booking system allows only one person per e-mail address to enrol for a specific course. If more than one person from a household wishes to enrol, please contact Rural Support**.
Courses can also be set up to accommodate local rural community groups, farmer groups, organizations etc. If you would like a course for a group, please contact Rural Support
Dates and Registration
Wednesday 3rd February – Online Webinar – 7.30pm
Thursday 18th February – Online Webinar – 7.30pm
Booking Terms and Conditions
CAFRE Booking terms and conditions are available by clicking here.