Process Overview

To practice as an Agrologist in Manitoba, you must be registered with Manitoba Institute of Agrologists. There are two levels of registration for practicing members:

Level 1a

Title: Agrologists-in-Training (*AIT)
Timeline: You must first be registered as an AIT
Details: AIT registration allows you to legally work as an Agrologist in Manitoba.

Level 1b

Title: Senior Level Experienced Applicants
Timeline: See process overview
Details: Accepted registered senior level applicants are legally allowed to work as Agrologists in Manitoba

Level 2

Title: Full Status Agrologist: Professional Agrologist (P.Ag.) or Technical Agrologist (Tech.Ag.)
Timeline: Once registered as an AIT, you may complete the requirements for registration as a P.Ag. or Tech.Ag.
Details: Full status registration can lead to better jobs and higher salaries.

 

*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:

  • Online Application + Answer Self-Disclosure Questions
  • Fee payment
  • Education verification [original transcript(s) from University/College if degree(s) taken is in Canada or a course-by-course evaluation from World Education Services if degree(s) taken are from Universities/Colleges outside of Canada]

Step 1b: Senior Level, Experienced Application

  • Online Application + Answer Self-Disclosure Questions
  • Fee payment
  • Education verification [original transcript(s) from University/College if degree(s) taken is in Canada or a course-by-course evaluation from World Education Services if degree(s) taken are from Universities/Colleges outside of Canada]
  • Senior Level, Experienced Application Form–>email registration@agrologistsmanitoba.ca

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 registration@agrologistsmanitoba.ca