Welcome to ATI in the Cordilleras

To continuously capacitate agricultural extension workers (AEWs) as primary clientele, farmers and other stakeholders in the Cordillera Administrative Region (CAR) through responsive and dedicated service and thereby make them ever efficient and effective partners and actors in agricultural and rural development

Recent news

Jun 30 2017

 The Agricultural Training Institute (ATI) - CAR endorsed five farmers as Magsasaka Siyentista to the ATI-Central Office for the first semester of 2017. They are Valerio Ramos of Tuba, Benguet; Cornelio Benigno Jr. of Buguias, Benguet; Honorio Clemencia, Teodoro Kub-ao, and Henry Angli, all from Tabuk City, Kalinga.  
 

Jun 26 2017

 In support to the Rural-Based Organizations (RBO) in the region, the Agricultural Training Institute (ATI)-CAR facilitated the TESDA National Certificate (NC) II assessment on Crop Production for the 40 members of the Pambansang Mannalon-Maguuma-Magbabaul-Magsasaka ng Pilipinas (P4MP)-CAR chapter and officers of the Magsasaka Siyentista (MS) Federation of Benguet and Mt. Province....

Jun 16 2017

“It is about right time to strengthen the agricultural sector in Baguio and that is what we are doing right now. The support from the Mayor and the Council means that the City is performing in all angles, including the agriculture sector.” This is what Baguio City Councilor Leandro Yangot had to say during the launching of the Baguio City Farmers Information and Technology Services...

May 29 2017

 “From this training, sana matulungan natin ang ating mga kasamang magsasaka na mapataas ang kanilang ani sa pamamagitan ng pag-gamit natin sa RCM na ito.” This was what Soledad Agustin, a farmer leader from Flora, Apayao realized during the provincial roll-out of the Training of Trainers (TOT) on the Rice Crop Manager (RCM) use and operation conducted by the ATI-CAR in...

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Featured Story

When you hear of lettuce, the next thing you might be thinking will surely be salads, burgers, sandwiches and many more. Well, there is nothing wrong with that in fact who could say no to that crispy, tender, succulent and vibrantly green leaf ever present in any buffet table. However, have you ever wondered how lettuce is grown? Let us take you deep in the highlands of the Cordillera where that often sought-after leaf is cultivated in often various and splendid ways.
 

What our clients say

The e-Learning courses gave us a chance to learn even though we are in our own homes. I learned many things!

Carmen Wanas, Agricultural Technician, Tinglayan, Kalinga | June 30, 2009