Registration Process

Registration Process

To work as an Agrologist in Manitoba, you must be registered with MIA. There are two levels of registration:

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

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

Step 1: AIT Application
You must complete the Agrologist-in-Training (AIT) Online_Application for Registration.

Step 2: Review
MIA will conduct a preliminary review of your application.

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

Step 4: Decision
MIA will inform you of the decision. If the decision states that your application is accepted, you will be registered as an AIT.

Step 5: Pursue Full Status
Once you are registered as an AIT, you must complete other requirements, including gap training, to become registered as a P.Ag. or Tech.Ag. All internationally educated applicants must complete gap training to reach full status registration with MIA.

 

The video below talks about the registration process for internationally educated agrologists in Manitoba. (MIA wishes to acknowledge the support of Employment and Social Development Canada, Manitoba Labour and Immigration and Office of the Manitoba Fairness Commissioner in developing this video presentation.)

If you are an internationally educated professional working as an Agrologist in Manitoba, email registration@agrologistsmanitoba.ca.