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New Zealand Journal of Forestry (1997) 42(2): 17–21
©New Zealand Institute of Forestry

Professional registration

B. Manley

The New Zealand Institute of Forestry (NZIF) implemented a registration process for members on October 1, 1996. This has evolved from the NZIF Consultant Recognition Scheme which was started in 1966 and which grew successfully to the extent that there were 86 Recognised Forestry Consultants at the transition date. An important feature of the Registration Scheme is that all Full Members can apply for Registration. Registered Forestry Consultants are a subset of Registered Members - i.e. those Registered Members who provide consultancy services to the public.
The NZIF Registration Scheme represents an important step forward in the development and promotion of professional standards in New Zealand forestry. It reflects a response by the NZIF to the need for an increased level of quality assurance on the advice and practice being offered within the forestry sector

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