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The e-Learning for Agriculture and Fisheries is a major component of the Philippine's Department of Agriculture's e-Extension Program, with the Agricultural Training Institute as the lead implementing agency, in collaboration with other government agencies, state universities and colleges and nongovernment organizations.
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The Farmers' Contact Center and the e-Learning TechSupport is not available Aug. 29, 2016, the National Heroes Day.
Three of our courseware developers just graduated from an online course on Climate Change adaptation and risk management. The course titled “Responding to Climate Risks in Agriculture and Natural Resource Management" is part of the Continuing Education Program of the UP Open University (UPOU) in collaboration with the Southeast Asian Regional Center for Graduate Study and Research in Agriculture (SEARCA).
Dr. Rolando V. Maningas of ATI-Regional Training Center (RTC) IV-A, graduated as topnotcher of their batch. He co-authored the e-learning courses on 'Lika! Usap Tayo: Effective Human Communication and Human Relations' and 'Auspicious, Vandaceous: Growing Vanda and Vandaceous Orchids' and the 'Taste the Creamiest Cream Dory: Online Course on the Culture and Utilization of Pangasius' with Laguna State Polytechnic University.
Together with him, Maricel D. Dacapias of ATI-RTC I and Noemi Beth G. Macario of ATI-RTC X graduated from the online course. Dacapias co-authored the courses on "From Seed to Seed: Online Course on Corn Production" and "Basic Agricultural Marketing Extension." Macario, on the other hand, co-authored the online courses on "Go Mango, Hit the Jackpot", "Growing Durian the Better Way", and "Vermicomposting: Turning Trash to Cash."
ROSALES, Pangasinan -- The Agricultural Training Institute in Ilocos Region (ATI-Regional Training Center I) housed the most number of graduates for the School-on-the-Air and Blended Course on Sustainable Swine Production. Totalling 2,331, the graduates comprised of farmers and non-farmers, students, extension workers, among others from the 35 municipalities of Pangasinan.
The participants underwent a blended learning approach in two phases. The first phase was done online via the e-Learning Portal where they should complete the requirements for the courses on Mastering the ABCs of Pig Production and Walang Aray sa AI: Artificial Insemination in Pigs within one month.
The second phase was an experiential learning held at the International Training Center for Pig Husbandry (ITCPH) in Marawoy, Lipa City, Batangas for their hands-on demo on artificial insemination, piglets processing and castration, heat detection and pregnancy diagnosis.
The lessons were also aired via DZRD Sonshine Radio on Tuesdays and Thursdays at 5 – 6 o’clock in the morning from April to May 2016.
For more information about the blended activity, read:
LA TRINIDAD, Benguet -- To constantly upgrade and seek innovation for its training services, the Agricultural Training Institute (ATI), the lead implementing agency of the Philippine e-Extension Program for Agriculture and Fisheries, conducted a blended course on Training Management for its personnel from the ATI Central Office and its network of training centers.
Some 30 staff completed the two-phased training course where they embarked on a hands-on approach to improve their skills and knowledge in conducting training activities after passing the online course (TM1).
Two more batches are scheduled this year for the face-to-face training based on the number of ATI employees who completed the requirements of the online course.
This course deals with the requirement and procedures on slaughtering goat and the method of cutting the carcass. All practices presented are already approved as Philippine National Standard (PNS). Following the standard slaughtering procedures and carcass fabrication, it is guaranteed that the meat is safe for human consumption and marketed with a premium price.
Meetylicious Meeh: Slaughtering and Cutting Standards for Goat (Goat 9
) contains the standard slaughtering procedure, facilities required for slaughtering, and chevon prime cuts. It is developed by the Livestock Research Division of DOST-PCAARRD
together with DA-ATI’s Information Services Division.
Do you want to breed your goats even without raising a buck? Try AI!
AI is a breeding tool where semen are collected from bucks (male goat), processed, and injected into the uterus of does (female goat). Through this, you can breed your does, ultimately increase your stocks and improve their genetic quality even without maintaining a buck.
The AI at Your Cervix: Artificial Insemination for Raisers (Goat 7) is a two-module course that discusses the benefits of AI and the available delivery system, basic consideration, advantages and the reproductive traits of goats. Learn more about artificial insemination for goat in this online course.
Goat 7 is developed by the Livestock Research Division of DOST-PCAARRD together with DA-ATI’s Information Services Division.
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