Work experience allows the professional to put educational training into action. Work experience is the application of formal post-secondary education that further develops the skills and abilities to ensure competent practice.

Work experience must be agrology-related work activities and earned after post-secondary graduation. For example, you earned a diploma or university degree, worked in agrology-related activities for two years and then applied for membership, those two years will be counted as work experience.

The amount of total Canadian agrology-related work experience required for eligibilty to transition to full designation (PAg or
RT(Ag)) is dependent upon the member’s educational training.

●  Two year diploma
●  Three year applied degree
●  Full four year degree
●  Master’s degree
●  Masters + PhD
5 years’ experience
4 years’ experience
3 years’ experience
2 years’ experience
2 years’ experience

Included in this agrology-related work experience, a member must have a minimum of 3 years' direct experience in a minimum of one practice area as a component of being considered for full designation.