Requirements

The following are requirements for Domestic Applicants only who wish to register as practising members. For Internationally Educated Applicants, see iep.mb.ca

Level 1a: Agrologist-in-Training

The following are required to become an Agrologist-in-Training and be registered with Agrologists Manitoba:

  1. Agrologist-in-Training Application for Registration Form 
  2. Application Fee Payment 
  3. Self-Disclosure Form 
  4. Education Verification: Original transcript/s 

Level 1b: Senior Level, Experienced Application

The following are required to become a Senior Level, Experienced Applicant and be registered with Agrologists Manitoba:

  1. Agrologist-in-Training Application for Registration Form 
  2. Application Fee Payment 
  3. Self-Disclosure Form 
  4. Education Verification: Original transcript/s 
  5. Senior Level, Experienced Applicant Form

Level 2: Full Status

Professional Agrologist (P.Ag.) or Technical Agrologist (Tech.Ag.)

An Agrologist-in-Training must complete the following tasks to become registered as a P.Ag. or Tech.Ag.:

A. Complete the Jurisprudence and Ethics Seminar. The Institute will inform you of the date a few weeks before the seminar.

B. Professional Engagement - Attend the Agrologists Manitoba Annual General Meeting (AGM) or one other provincial agrology institute’s AGM. The Institute will provide you with details (date, time, place) in advance.

C. Complete 20 Professional Development credits. Your AIT Letter of Acceptance will provide you with detailed information on this process.

D. Participate in the Certification and Mentorship Process. You will either select a mentor-who must be a P.Ag. - or email miaregistration@mia.mb.ca to help you connect with one. Agrologists Manitoba office send both you and your mentor a booklet that explains how to complete the certification and mentorship process.

The purpose of the Certification and Mentorship Process is to connect Agrologists-in-Training to established professionals and to develop an inderstanding of the professional practice standards of behaviour as outlined in the Code of Practice. This also gives a sense of community and cooperation among Agrologists in Manitoba. The mentorship process is an important post-registration requirement. In some cases, the Institute communicates and works with your Mentor to complete the Certification Form and Recommendation. This should be forwarded to Agrologists Manitoba office when completed and signed.

E. Pay all fees associated with the Agrologist-in-Training status. An Agrologist-in-Training should complete all requirements for full status within a maximum time of two years from the date of acceptance as Agrolgist-in-Training.

Once the requirements of an Agrologist-in-Training are complete, you will be granted the P.Ag. or Tech.Ag. designation.

If you wish to include supplimentary statements or materials such as a resume or if you have specific work experience(s) that needs to be described in more detail, you may submit these along with the required documents.