Registration Application Information
As of April 1, 2022 there are two mandatory training courses, Code of Ethics & Professional Conduct and Indigenous Awareness, that approved applicants are required to pay for and complete as part of the registration requirements. The fee for both courses combined is $300.
The College of Applied Biologists College Council has approved changes to the application requirements for submission of professional work products. These changes along with a revised Credentialing Standard are going into effect April 2022. Tutorials will be updated to reflect the requirement and application changes.
The following information is for anyone interested in applying to be a registrant with the College.
The tutorial videos are specific to each registrant and associated in training category and provide:
Tips on how an applicant can have a good application;
Answers to frequently asked questions from applicants;
A demonstration of how to fill out the online application for the registrant category you wish to apply for; and
General information on the College and registrants’ requirements.
Once you are ready to apply you can navigate to the Apply to Register page.
|The requirements for registration are detailed in the Credentialing Standard. Use the RPBio applicant checklist to help you determine if you meet all of the requirements. If you are applying through RPBio Stream 3 or 4, you may find Stream 3 and 4 checklist more useful.||The requirements for registration are detailed in the Credentialing Standard. Use the RBTech applicant checklist to help you determine if you meet all of the requirements.||The requirements for registration are detailed in the Credentialing Standard. Use the ABT applicant checklist to help you determine if you meet all of the requirements.|
- If you are an international applicant, you should also review the Internationally Educated Applicants page and consult the International Applicants FAQ.
- The College’s free online Applicant Self-Assessment Tool
The College of Applied Biology regulates applied biology professionals (registrants) working in and with the natural resource sectors under the Professional Governanance Act, Applied Biologists Regulation and College Bylaws.
Self-regulation requires the establishment of an organization, governed by elected registrants and supported by a professional staff complement, who set standards for entrance into the profession and for the conduct of registrants and their practice.