Process Overview

The following is a process overview for Domestic Applicants only who wish to register as practising members of Agrologists Manitoba.

For Internationally Educated Applicants, see iep.mia.mb.ca
For non-practising membership, see Application Forms.
To practise as an Agrologist in Manitoba, you must be registered with the Institute. There are two levels of registration for practising members:


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Level Title Timeline Details
1a Agrologists-in-Training(*AIT) You must first be registered as an AIT AIT registration allows you to legally work as an Agrologist in Manitoba
1b Senior Level Experienced Applicants See process overview Accepted registered senior level applicants are legally allowed to work as Agrologists in Manitoba
2 Full Status Agrologist: Professional Agrologist (P.Ag.) or Technical Agrologist (Tech.Ag.) Once registered as an AIT, you may complete the requirements for registration as a P.Ag. or Tech.Ag. Full status registration can lead to better jobs and higher salaries. All internationally educated applicants must complete gap training to reach full status registration with Agrologists Manitoba

*AIT is used on this website as an abbreviation for Agrologist-in-Training. It is not an official title/designation.

Step 1a: AIT Application
Complete the Agrologist-in-Training (AIT) Application for Registration. This includes:

  • Application form
  • Fee payment
  • Self-Disclosure form
  • Education verification [original transcript from University or a course-by-course evaluation]

Step 1b: Senior Level, Experienced Application

  • Application form
  • Fee payment
  • Self-Disclosure form
  • Education verification [original transcript from University or a course-by-course evaluation]
  • Senior Level, Experienced Application Form

Step 2: Review
The Institute will conduct a preliminary review of your application

Step 3: Assessment
The Admission and Registration Committee will fully assess your application and make a decision.

Step 4: Decision
The Admission and Registration Committee approves your application, you will be registered as an Agrologist-in-Training (AIT). The Institute will send you a letter informing you of your status as an AIT.

Step 5: Pursue Full Status
Once you are registered as an AIT, you must complete other requirements to become registered as a Professional Agrologist (P.Ag.) or Technical Agrologist (Tech.Ag.).

If you are an internationally educated professional working as an Agrologist in Manitoba, send an email to miaregistration@mia.mb.ca