The Agricultural Training Institute-Central Luzon (ATI-CL) has undergone the 2nd Readiness Assessment in verification of the compliance of the implemented and maintained management system against the requirement of the ISO 9001:2015 on August 8-9, 2019 in its regional training center in Dinalupihan, Bataan.
The Agricultural Training Institute – Central Luzon (ATI-CL) paid tribute to the 12 YES Scholars on July 10, 2019 through a recognition program at ATI-RTC III Training Hall, San Ramon, Dinalupihan, Bataan.
The Agricultural Training Institute- Central Luzon (ATI-CL) is set to feature selected certified Learning Sites for Agriculture (LSA) in its new book entitled ‘Vignette: A Travelogue of ATI-CL Learning Site for Agriculture’ this November 2019.
Thirteen (13) senior high school students of Jose C. Payumo Jr. Memorial High School (JCPJMHS) completed their ten-day work immersion at Agricultural Training Institute – Central Luzon (ATI-CL), Dinalupihan, Bataan.
Agricultural Training Institute-Central Luzon (ATI-CL) staff bagged the second best paper award in the recently concluded Tales from the Field: A Conference on Indigenous Knowledge (IK) held in Central Luzon State University (CLSU), Science City of Muñoz, Nueva Ecija on July 11-12, 2019.
Featuring selected Magsasaka Siyentistas (MS) in the region, the Agricultural Training Institute-Central Luzon (ATI-CL) will be launching a book entitled ‘Banyuhay’ in November 2019.
‘Banyuhay,’ which stands for ‘Bagong Anyo ng Buhay,’ is a Filipino term coined to represent the innovations and progression of the MS in the region in giving new breed of life in agriculture.
The Agricultural Training Institute in Central Luzon (ATI-CL), in partnership with the Department of Agriculture - Regional Field Office III (DA-RFO III), is enhancing the access of agriculture and fishery extension services through DA-RFO's radio program entitled "MaNa: Maunlad na agrikultura sa nayon, Mag-Agri Tayo."
The Agricultural Training Institute-Central Luzon (ATI-CL), in partnership with Tarlac Agricultural University (TAU), strengthened farmers’ skills on rice machinery operations (RMO) through a training, with NC II assessment held in TAU, Camiling, Tarlac on June 3-5 and June 8, 2019.
The livestock industry provides a big chunk of income and ensures food security for the people. Along with this is the widespread of animal disease to commercial scale as well as to small and medium-scale farmers which has a negative impact in the economy and food supply in the region.