Areas of Practice

Assurance of continuing competence via ongoing professional development is critical in meeting agrologists' responsibilities to the profession and British Columbians. This is accomplished by offering continuing education options under Events and R

Once accepted to BCIA, agrologists choose up to three (3) areas of practice for PAgs or ATAgs, or two (2) areas for TAgs, and ATAgs, in which to specialize from approximately 38 areas of practice. These require annual confirmation at fees renewal. 

38 Areas of Practice with Practices/Competencies Listing 

Courses are reviewed for admission to BCIA by referencing the definition of agrology according to the Agrologists Regulation, a Schedule to the Professional Governance Act, acceptance is not based upon how the courses might fit into BCIA's areas of practice.

Areas of Practice (from Agrologists Agronomes Canada)  

The chart below provides a general idea of possible areas of employment in which a BCIA Registrant could be employed. These do NOT represent BCIA's areas of practice. 

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