Professional practice requires that standards of ethical conduct are published and that individual professional regulated members are held to that standard. Regulated members include Professional Agrologists - PAg, Agrologists In Training - AIT, Registered Technologists in Agrology - RT(Ag), and Agrology Technologists in Training - ATT. Members must submit continuing competence program (CCP) records each year to the Institute to indicate the continuous training and learning that has been pursued so that their professional qualifications are maintained. Should members NOT maintain their CCP requirements, the Institute may investigate a member's practice to determine competency and current practice ability.
The Profession of Agrology demands integrity, competence and objectivity in the conduct of its regulated members while fulfilling their professional responsibilities to the public, the employer or client, the profession and other regulated members.
The General Practice Standard provides our members and the public with guidance on the roles and responsibilities of all registered members of the Alberta Institute of Agrologists. It is the responsibility of each registered member to conduct themselves in accordance with these standards, as they will measured against these standards by the Institute, the public, employers, clients and colleagues.