ATI Central Office Kicks Off FY 2024 Midyear Performance Review

Wed, 07/10/2024 - 10:34
Mid Year Planning 2024
Dir. Remelyn Recoter presents the directives for the new semester during the opening program for the 2024 Midyear Performance Review. 

DILIMAN, Quezon City—The Agricultural Training Institute (ATI) Central Office recently conducted the opening program for its FY 2024 Midyear Performance Review, where divisions and units are set to evaluate their activities for the first semester of the year.

The program took place at the Rural Development and Educational Center (RDEC) at the ATI Central Office compound on July 8, 2024.

In her opening remarks, Assistant Director Niet Arceo emphasized the importance of the ATI in empowering its clients and enhancing the capabilities of its internal staff.

“Let’s prepare for something extraordinary for the ATI as we embrace our roles as capacity-builder, knowledge bank, and catalyst for agricultural extension,” she said.

Meanwhile, Director Remelyn Recoter presented her directives, highlighting both new and ongoing initiatives and priorities that will guide ATI’s program and service management for the year. She focused on the training direction and strategies, as well as general operational policies and directions for the Institute’s programs.

The overall top-performing units within the ATI Central office were also recognized for their outstanding achievements during the semester. The Policy and Planning Division received the highest rank, followed by the Administrative and Finance Unit in second place, and the Information Services Division in third.

Additionally, the Partnerships and Accreditation Division and the Career Development and Management Division were also recognized as one of the top-performing units with the highest disbursement and obligation rates in their total fund allocations.

The ATI’s directorate noted that these recognitions reflect the ATI’s commitment to excellence and mission to support agricultural development through effective training and capacity-building.

Likewise, the Midyear Performance Review serves as a vital checkpoint for the ATI and a mechanism to ensure that it stays on track with its goal to deliver quality services and support its stakeholders in the agriculture and fisheries sectors.