HOW TO BECOME AFFILIATED?

The Canadian Kinesiology Alliance offers different affiliations for Kinesiologists, Academia and Students. Read the appropriate section below.

FOR KINESIOLOGIST - 3 WAYS TO JOIN CKA & YOUR PKA

The Canadian Kinesiology Alliance has and continues to work with a broad group of stakeholders that include industry, government and not-for-profit/professional association groups. Given CKA’s mandate is national in scope, over the years the CKA has built mutually-beneficial and cooperative relationships with provincial associations and groups.

Depending on the province in which you practice as a Kinesiologist, you may join the CKA in the following process:

  1. If you are from British Columbia, AlbertaOntario or Quebec, join CKA through your Provincial Kinesiology Association (PKA), members of CKA directly. In this process, you will automatically become a CKA Affiliated Kinesiologist with your mandatory purchase of professional insurance and of CKA Affiliation fees;

  1. If you are from Manitoba, New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, PEI or Newfoundland-Labrador, join the CKA directly by completing the form below and by following instruction for direct online payment. CKA collects membership fees for the provinces of MB for the MKA, NB for the NBKA, NS for the KANS, PEI for KPEI and NL for the NLKA at the same time as the CKA Affiliation fees. 

  2. If you are from other jurisdictions, Saskatchewan and Territories, you may join the CKA directly by completing the form below and by following instruction for direct online payment

Note: .Membership fees for these provincial associations vary. They are then handed over to the provincial association for their usage. This procedure allows these PKAs to offer you an online service through the CKA.

Become affiliated or renew your CKA affiliation

 

FOR ACADEMIA - 1 WAYS TO JOIN CKA

Through establishing a CKA academia membership program, the Canadian Kinesiology Alliance seeks to unify the voice of kinesiology researchers and professionals. Researchers and academics will benefit from the CKA’s goal of connecting the professional fields and promoting and advancing resources and networking opportunities.

The academia affiliation is open to individuals who do not practise kinesiology but:

  • are enrolled in a course of study leading to a master’s or doctoral degree in kinesiology from a post-secondary educational institution in Canada that is recognized by the Board,
  • are researchers or academics in the field of kinesiology or
  • are, or were, employed as a professor/lecturer or faculty member of a post-secondary educational institution in Canada that is recognized by the Board, in a faculty or department that offers courses in kinesiology, human kinetics and related subjects.

If you are from any province in Canada, you may join the CKA directly by completing the form below and by following instruction for direct online payment..

Become affiliated or renew your CKA affiliation

 

FOR STUDENTS - 1 WAYS TO JOIN KANS, NLKA, MKA

If you are from Manitoba, Nova Scotia, or Newfoundland-Labrador, you can join these respective PKAs directly by completing the form below and by following instruction for direct online payment. CKA collects membership fees for the provinces of MB for the MKA, NS for the KANS, and NL for the NLKA on their behalf.

If you are from any other provinces in Canada, please refer to your respective PKA directly.

Become affiliated or renew your CKA affiliation