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Wildlife protection officer

The work of a wildlife protection officer requires a higher physical capacity than the average population. Indeed, you may be called to respond to various emergency situations or travel long distances in the forest. To determine if you are capable to perform physically demanding tasks of the profession and to prevent injuries at work, it is essential to make a physical aptitude test. The TAP-APF was developped by the Kinesiology clinic of the University of Montreal for the purpose of measuring the physical abilities of wildlife protection recruits, to ensure that you have the minimum capacity required for the job. The TAP-APF is for people in the hiring process for wildlife protection officer.