BCIA features our registrants on a monthly basis.
Registrants: Have you been asked this question: What does an Agrologist do? This is your opportunity to let others know! Complete the Online Questionnaire HERE and send to firstname.lastname@example.org to be a future Agrologist of the Month!
"I think the BCIA is a very important institution, not only for the networking and continuing education opportunities for myself, but for providing assurance to others outside the BCIA that I am a professional. There is a set of ethics that I as a BCIA member stand by, so that clients who hire me know that I am there to represent their best interests and provide quality work."
"BCIA provides a meaningful way of certifying practitioners in Environmental Management; many other professional bodies do not. I recognized early on in my career that I did not fit within most institutions (RPBio, RPF, PGeo), and as a practicing environmental specialist I needed to have a framework or governing body to support and guide my work. BCIA was a standout amongst the group of professional bodies legislated to practice as a Qualified Professional within the province." ~ Moss Giasson
"When I first started in the industry, one of my mentors was a Professional Agrologist who introduced me to the Institute. I was impressed with the support for professional development and the mentoring program that BCIA provided. But most importantly, the Institute shared my own priorities in the areas of environmental protection and restoration." ~ Travis Deeter
"I became a member of BCIA to pursue my PAg, develop skills and make connections that would compliment my career in contaminated sites...I would say the biggest perk is the connections I’ve made with people with the ministry, the public, and with the local government staff throughout the province." ~ Cam Webster
"Agriculture...is the best career...you never feel you have wasted your time if you spend it on agriculture, the best and most important sector in the world."
~ Kim Sutherland