ATI in the Western Visayas
Various farm tools, materials and equipment was awarded to the Akeanon-Bukidnon Tribe of Brgy. Oyang, Libacao, Aklan as livelihood assistance and after training support.
Volunteers of Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) paid a visit to ATI RTC VI Office to inquire about the Center’s trainings and seminars especially on Organic Agriculture wherein they can participate.
A total of 327 students from the University of Antique (UA) Hamtic Campus attended the e-learning mass graduation held on February 20, 2019.
ATI ON ITS 32ND ANNIVERSARY, EVOLVING INTO A MORE DYNAMIC AND VIBRANT TRAINING INSTITUTION IN REGION VI
A motorcade, is just a prelude to hefty activities in celebration of the 32nd anniversary of the Agricultural Training Institute-Regional Training Center VI. This year’s theme “SUSTAINING VIBRANT AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTIVITY THROUGH HARMONIZED AND PROACTIVE EXTENSION SERVICE”.
"With this 2-day activity, we were able to align our programs. Last year, we are always having conflicts with our schedules on this program because we have not synchronized our activities. Now that we have this consultation, we were able to resolve conflicts and issues that will make our program implementation for the year better”, Mr. Victor D.
The Agricultural Training Institute – Regional Training Center VI technical staff were capacitated with the knowledge and skills on Training Design Formulation to ensure effective implementation of the activities for 2019.
Aimed to raise awareness on the programs and services of the Center in the Region, the Agricultural Training Institute Regional Training Center VI (ATI-RTC 6) thru its Information Services Section spearheaded its promotional campaign during the celebration of the famous Kalibo Ati-atihan Festival.
The Agricultural Training Institute-Regional Training Center VI staff were capacitated with the knowledge and skills on how to become more efficient and responsive trainers thru a capability building training geared towards better delivery of extension services to its clientele.
A total of 507 individuals to include rural women, farmers, students, entrepreneurs and agri enthusiast graduated on the School-On-the-Air (SOA) on Sustainable Mushroom Production Enterprise with Farmer Field School (FFS) component in the Province of Capiz.
Addressing the challenge to prolong the shelf life of fresh mushroom, Aklanons from nine participating Municipalities completed the 16 weeks airing of School-On-the-Air (SOA) to capacitate the mushroom growers on Processing, Packaging, Labelling, and Marketing.
Extension services continue to evolve. With the challenges that extension workers and farmers face, the Agricultural Training Institute (ATI) continues to explore various strategies to improve its efforts as the extension and training arm of the Department of Agriculture. In over 30 years, the ATI has celebrated various successes and learned from the lessons during hard times. Nonetheless, we are proud to be standing the test of time through the support of our partners and the clientele themselves. This is the ATI Today, more committed to bring you extension services beyond boundaries.