Fact File
AgriVenture Fact File
Here you will find the answers to some commonly asked questions.
How much will my programme cost?
Please see our Programme Prices page for the latest information.
How much will I earn and what hours will I work?
Our 2014 guide gives you all the information required, click here to download.
Does the programme come with travel insurance?
Every AgriVenture programme contains a comprehensive medical and travel insurance policy that covers each Trainee whilst they are participating on an AgriVenture programme. Full travel insurance documentation will be provided to each Trainee, prior to departure.
Can I still apply if I have a disability?
Each application is judged on it's own merits. If necessary, extra medical information may be required before your application can be processed.
What if I cancel, after paying in full?
If you cancel your programme or are not accepted as an AgriVenture trainee the following rules for refunds apply:
Full Refund:
If you are not accepted as an AgriVenture trainee your deposit will be refunded in full. If we cannot find a placement for you, all payments will be refunded.
Partial Refund:
If you cancel due to a documented illness, you will be given a full refund less 5% of the programme cost. If you are not accepted by the host country's authorities, AgriVenture will charge a fee in relation to expenses. If you cancel or are rejected because you gave AgriVenture false or incomplete information you will be charged a fee as shown below. (Transferring to another programme will be considered as a cancellation).
Days notice before departure:
  • More than 180 days 5% of programme cost
  • 60 - 180 days - 10% of programme cost
  • 30 - 59 days - Programme deposit
No refund:
If you cancel less than 30 days before departure.
Notice of cancellation and requests for refunds must be sent by registered mail to the nearest AgriVenture office.
What are IAEA/AgriVenture responsibilities?
IAEA AgriVenture programmes are carried out subject to approval by relevant authorities. IAEA reserves the right to change travel plans and prices to reflect major changes in airline schedules and exchange rates.
IAEA is not responsible for:
  • Changes in the programme beyond the control of IAEA
  • The service of any hotel, aircraft or other conveyance used during the programme
  • Any delay, loss or damage to baggage
  • Any delays or accidents in connection with such services
  • The airlines you travel with are not to be held responsible for any act, omission or event during the time you are not on board the aircraft
Potential Extras.
  • Any vaccinations, medical certificate, or passport
  • International drivers' license or other documentation
  • Travel to information meetings in home country
  • Travel from home to departure point
  • Personal costs
  • On return, travel to departure airport and from arrival airport to your home

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