Essential information and forms previously issued to students for 2022 entry:
Please read all of the essential information below and complete the required forms. Then select the subject area or relevant course from the list below to see all of the essential items required whilst studying this year.
Learner Health Declaration Form 2022/23
Items required whilst studying at CAFRE for a qualification in:
- Level 2 in Agriculture
- Level 3 in Agriculture
- Foundation Degree in Agriculture and Technology
- BSc (Hons) in Agricultural Technology
- BSc Degree in Sustainable Agriculture
- Equine Courses – Riders
- Equine Courses – Non Riders
- BETA guide to Body Protectors
- Stationery requirement for all equine courses
- Level 2 Horticulture
- Level 3 Horticulture
- Foundation Degree in Horticulture
- BSc (Hons) Degree in Horticulture
The situation with COVID-19 is unpredictable, and CAFRE’s approach to teaching and learning activities, fully abiding by Public Health Agency requirements, will continue to be flexible as the situation develops. It is quite likely that at least some of the activities that would normally take place in a classroom setting will be online.
As a student it is therefore very important that you have access to a suitable device and adequate broadband. Please read the Computing requirements document.
If you can’t get access to a suitable device and/or adequate Broadband or cellular (4G) services or you can’t afford to pay for them, and you have no suitable alternative, please notify your Course Manager by email and copy our Student Support Officer Lesley-Anne Beacom into your communication (Email: Lesley-Anne.Beacom@daera-ni.gov.uk)
Since COVID, we’ve adapted procedures at the college to promote safe movement and activities on campus. Here’s a quick look at some of the practical Covid-19 related safety measures that have been put into place to help ensure the safety of our students and staff.
DAERA Privacy Statement
The Department takes data protection, freedom of information and environmental information issues seriously. It takes care to ensure that any personal information received from you is dealt with in a way which complies with the requirements of the General Data Protection Regulation (2016). This means that any personal information you supply will be processed principally for the purpose for which it has been provided. However, the Department is under a duty to protect the public funds it administers, and to this end may use the information you have provided for this purpose.
A full copy of the DAERA Privacy Statement can be found here: