Even though the agriculture in Kujawsko-Pomorskie voivodship is well developed, around 41 thousand farmers and members of their families should go through the process of vocational reorientation. Researches conducted show that mainly farm owners of 5–30 ha and their families are ready to undertake the reorientation. Meanwhile, the farmers from the smallest farms (up to 5ha) show low interest in vocational reorientation. They are usually elder farmers with low qualifications and low mobility whose strategy is to survive. Individual Vocational Reorientation Plan (IPRZ) determines actions which should be undertaken in order to change the occupation and presents the way it should be achieved. Vocational specialized courses organized by KPODR on the bases of IPRZ’s analysis are characterized with high effectiveness. It should be highlighted that the Project’s beneficiaries, 253 people (27% participants of the courses) have undertaken job activity out of agriculture sector.