Working in Ontario
An agrologist is a professional agriculturalist. Agrologists apply scientific knowledge and management principles relating to agriculture and the agri-food system.
Only those registered with the Ontario Institute of Agrologists as “professional agrologist” have the right to practise professional agrology in Ontario.
Tools and Information
The Ontario Institute of Agrologists offers news and other information resources for internationally educated professionals.
Bridging training programs: If you are qualified in your profession but new to Ontario, you may benefit from a bridging program. Bridging training programs help qualified immigrants move more quickly into their professions without duplicating what they have already learned.
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Global Experience Ontario helps internationally trained and educated individuals in regulated non-health professions find out how to qualify for professional practice in Ontario.
Emplois Spécialisés en Soutien à l’Ontario Rural (ESSOR)
Université de Guelph – Campus d’Alfred
[Specialized Employment in Support of Rural Ontario (SESRO)]
This program helps internationally trained Francophone agrologists find work in the agrifood and environment fields. The program includes academic training, as well as mentoring, internship and job placement opportunities to prepare participants for employment in Ontario.
This program will enable participants to complete the professional or technological certification necessary to in order to be able to find employment commensurate to their skills and experience.
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This site will help you identify the name of your occupation in Canada. It will also give you important information about your profession in many regions of Canada, including job duties, skill requirements and wage rates.
Do you have questions about working in your profession or trade? If so, ask OntarioImmigration.ca.