For most people, their SAF form is heading online this year. Are you completing your form online for the first time? Struggling and have some questions about how to complete your form online?
Then fear not, the Farm Advisory Service is here to help!
Get a place booked on our SAF Completion Clinic on Tuesday 3rd May at 7pm – the event will be held via Zoom. Places are strictly limited so book early to avoid disappointment.
This session will cover a brief video demo on how to navigate the online system, top tips for completing the form online including how to input common grazings and then we will open the meeting to a Q&A session where we will cover the questions that you have collated as you have been going through your form.
Before attending the webinar, please make sure you have completed the following:
- Register for an online Rural Payments and Services account. Click this link for instructions on how to do that.
- Once set up, log in to your account and have a go at completing the form. A video will be released around mid-April that will be a demo to how to operate the system so look out on the FAS channels for that being released.
- As you go through the form, collate your queries or problems and bring those along to the online meeting and we can cover them in the Q&A session.
After the webinar is complete, there will be 13 days before the SAF deadline (16th May) to allow you to finish your form based on the information gathered at the online meeting.
This meeting will be an interactive session so please come prepared with some questions.
The Zoom joining link will be sent to you via e-mail once you have completed the booking form.
Places are strictly limited – if the event is full but you would be interested in being included on a waiting list then please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
If you book a place but it later transpires that either you don’t need assistance or can’t attend, please let us know so that we can give the space to somebody else.
Bookings are no longer available for this event.
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