Growth in agricultural production and productivity is crucial for Sub Saharan African countries, particularly for a country like Ethiopia where food demand over strips the supply due to many problems. To alleviate this problem, various policy makers and development agencies should educating farmers through basic education intervention and training on improved agricultural technologies and living practices. Training can inspire people for a better life and notices that enable to enhance production, income and better improvement on their overall life. However there is no proper training need assessment, less in adequacy and quality of training facilities and being more theoretical and lecture type in methodology, less female participation and follow up after the training were the major deficiency. In fact addressing this knowledge and development gap is of paramount importance in order to re-orient the directions of the training. This book is analysis the relevance and effectiveness of FTC-based training the case of Alamata woreda, Southern Tigray, Ethiopia. The discussion should provide stakeholders such as; Rural and agricultural development bureaus, Agricultural research centers.