Below are resources for download and use by RMPP Action Network facilitators in their work with Action Groups.
How to use Zoom to run an Action Group meeting
A presentation that provides tips on how to use Zoom on a computer/pc, tablet or phone.
An overview of:
- RMPP Extension model
- Designing an extension programme
- Becoming a successful connector
- Becoming a successful facilitator
- Running a successful event
- Evaluating extension programmes
- Evaluating extension activities
A useful tool for the first Action Group meeting (features a sticky wall exercise covered at the RMPP Action Network Fundamental course)
Small group learning module
Step through the learning module and gain insights into what effective small group learning looks like
A core set of Key Performance Indicators for measuring the performance of red meat farming businesses
Outline of pre-work for an Action Group activity (can be re-worked and changed for each topic)
Extension Plan example
Example of a completed Extension Plan
How to create a Farm Action Plan
Getting a Farm Action Plan started
Ideas on how to get a farm business to start their Farm Action Plan
How to complete our online surveys
Taking Ownership of Your Financials workshop
A four-hour workshop aimed at helping farmers understand their financial statements, how they are structured and where to find key information. Covers the three KPIs required for the farm Action Plan.
RMPP Action Network sample tax invoice
Sample tax invoice that shows the information that is required on any RMPP Action Network invoice sent to RMPP for payment
Guide to getting paid to support an Action Group
Action Group or discussion group
The difference between the two
Opening a bank account
Guidelines from ANZ Bank on Action Groups opening a bank account
Deane Carson shares what he learnt from being involved in the Alliance young farmer pilot group.
Deane Carson talks about the benefits for his business in connecting and facilitating Action Groups.
Alan McDermott from ANZCO talks about key aspects of the first meeting of an Action Group.
Alan McDermott from ANZCO explains the value of Action Groups based on his experience so far.