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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

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Apr 28 2017

Aiming to continuously provide quality training programs and services, the ATI CAR has conducted the 2nd Training Program Assembly that served as avenue for the agricultural extension workers to give their inputs and suggestions on how to improve  more the training services of the Center.

Mar 27 2017

 LA TRINIDAD, BENGUET. “Malaki ang naitulong ng training na ito sa akin, I learned many skills, ang daming mga available fruits at vegetables sa bakuran namin. Dati ang niluluto ko lang mga pang-ulam lang, maganda ito para di na ako bibili, ako na mismo ang magluluto para alam ko yung mga nutrients na kailangan ko.

Mar 20 2017

LA TRINIDAD, BENGUET. “Iti-training mi dakayo ta dakayo ti training venue ti ayan yo. (We are training you because you are the training venue in your community.)” This was what Cristino E. Balancio of the ATI-CAR shared as the overarching rationale of the of capability enhancement training for the ESP, LS, SPA, FTS and Techno-Demo Sites of the ATI-CAR.

Mar 20 2017

 LA TRINIDAD, BENGUET. The Agricultural Training Institute-Cordillera Administrative Region (ATI-CAR) implemented the first batch of the Livestock Emergency Guidelines and Standards (LEGS) training for CAR. This was attended by the livestock Agricultural Extension Workers (AEW) from the provinces of Benguet, Ifugao, and Mountain Province.

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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 is very educational to us especially agricultural extension workers.  I found that the courses on e-goat are easy to understand very accessible and practical. I hope that...

Dr. Dam-ay Guinayen, Municipal Agriuclturist, Besao, Mt. Province | July 1, 2009