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Forester

Working in Ontario

The Ontario Professional Forester’s Association regulates the practice of professional forestry in Ontario. You must be licensed with the Association if you want to become a Registered Professional Forester in Ontario. You can contact the Association to learn about licensing requirements.

Tools and Information

The Ontario Government has partnered with the Ontario Professional Foresters Association (OPFA) to create a Career Map for internationally trained foresters. The Career Map explains in detail every step of the registration process including language requirements, labour market conditions, the credential assessment process, licensing fees and other important information.

Download a copy of the Career Map for internationally trained foresters:

 

Getting Help

Bridge training programs: If you are qualified in your profession but new to Ontario, you may benefit from a bridging program. Bridging programs help qualified immigrants move more quickly into their professions without duplicating what they have already learned.

Bridge Training Program for Foresters

Ontario Professional Foresters Association

This project will help Internationally Trained Foresters (ITF) to acquire the skills they need to practice professional forestry in Ontario.

Participants will engage in targeted academic and work-related competency training and/or assessments.

Website: www.opfa.on.ca
Email: opfa@opfa.com
Telephone: 905-877-3679
Location: Greater Toronto Area

Regulatory Body

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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.

Ontario Professional Foresters Association
5 Wesleyan Street, Suite 201
Georgetown, ON L7G 2E2
Telephone: 905-877-3679
Fax: 905-877-6766
Email: opfa@opfa.com
Website: www.opfa.on.ca

Learning More

To learn about occupations in Canada, visit Job Bank.

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.

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