BC Institute of Agrologists
The BC Institute of Agrologists (BCIA) is responsible for registering and regulating British Columbia’s professional agrologists. It administers and enforces the Agrologists Act, and sets and enforces codes of conduct and standards of practice for members.
BCIA represents over 1200 professionals working within agrology in British Columbia. Persons who hold themselves out to be a professional agrologist must be duly registered with BCIA under the Act.
A person may make a complaint to the BCIA if the person believes that a member of the institute has
- practised agrology in an incompetent manner, or
- been guilty of professional misconduct, conduct unbecoming an agrologist, or a breach of this Act or the bylaws.
Justice Education Society Resources
Before you appeal to the tribunal, have you tried to work out your situation by other methods? The tribunal process can take a lot of time and may not result in the decision you expected. Use this Early Dispute Resolution checklist to find out if you have tried all avenues available to you. The following videos and PDFs will also help you.
Preparing for a Hearing
If you have decided to move forward with the tribunal process, use this Tribunal Hearing Preparation checklist to help you get ready. You may also like to take a look at these videos and PDFs for more about how to prepare your case.