Registrant Forms and Guides

Online Forms Available to Registrants

Practicing Registrant Requesting a Change of Status 

On Leave:  available to Registrants who are no longer practicing agrology in either a paid or volunteer capacity. On-leave is granted for a maximum of three (3) years after which the Registrant must either return to practicing status or resign their registration. On-leave, including but not limited to parental leave, education leave or medical leave, is granted and the Registrant will not practice agrology nor use their respective designation while on leave.

Retired:  available to a Registrant who is no longer practicing agrology in either a paid or volunteer capacity and does not expect to do so in the future.

Form - Practicing Registrant Requesting a Change of Status  

Parental Leave and Medical Leave Policy   

Resign in Good Standing

One may reinstate within three (3) years of the resignation date upon payment of the (pro-rated) annual registration fee plus a reinstatement fee for the year returning.  No refunds or credits are given on fees already paid.  

Form - Resign in Good Standing

Return as a Practicing Registrant 

Registrants have a maximum of three (3) years to remain on-leave.  There are two circumstances in which a Registrant may want to return to practicing status:

  • from on-leave to practicing status
  • from retired status to practicing status

Form - Return as a Practicing Registrant From On Leave or Retired

Reinstate Registration 

Reinstatement can only be requested within three (3) years after the date of leaving BCIA with a reinstatement fee applied.

Form - Reinstate Registration

IF REINSTATEMENT IS NOT REQUESTED WITHIN THREE YEARS FROM THE DATE OF LEAVING, YOU MUST RE-APPLY FOR REGISTRATION AND MEET ALL REGISTRATION REQUIREMENTS.

Read Status and Obligations relating to all categories

Transfer-Out, Dual Registration

Form - Transfer-Out, Dual Registration 

Articling Journal and Forms

Section 1-5 Articling Journal including forms

Professional Development Reporting Guidelines and Others

Professional Development Guidelines with Case Study Examples

Areas of Practice 

Enforcement of Compliance with PD Requirements Document