DILIMAN, Quezon City—“Prepare for, Respond to, and Recover from the effects of disasters” is the goal of the Agricultural Training Institute (ATI) for its employees amid recent news about the “Big One,” a magnitude 7.2 earthquake that may be generated by the West Valley Fault anytime within the century.
DILIMAN, Quezon City – In the face of today’s growing population, the Agricultural Training Institute (ATI) takes the opportunity to offer Filipinos more options to attain sustainability through its free seminars.
For July, the ATI, through the Partnerships and Accreditation Division, organized free seminars on Herbs and Spices Production and Processing which raised awareness on the correct medicinal and culinary uses of herbs as well as the farming aspects involved.
The Agricultural Training Institute joins the nation in celebrating the National Nutrition Month with this year's theme: "Healthy Diet, Gawing Habit - for Life!"
ABORLAN, Palawan—The Agricultural Training Institute (ATI) recently held a training and assessment activity on rice machinery operations and maintenance. This is through the Institute’s Career Development and Management Division, in partnership with the Western Philippines University (WPU).
The seven-day activity was held in pursuant to Republic Act 10601 or the Agricultural and Fisheries Mechanization (AFMech) Law that mandates ATI to train its beneficiaries on agriculture and fisheries mechanization.