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  • $95.17$95.17
    From November 8, 2021 to December 31, 2022

    DETAILS

    Date January 1 2022 to December 31 2022
    (beginning Nov. 8th 2021)
    CKA Affiliation fee: $85.00
    Administration fee (included): $3.00
    Taxes (included): 5%
    Transaction fee (included): 3%

     

    REQUIREMENTS FOR KINESIOLOGISTS

    The kinesiologist affiliation is open to individuals who are practising kinesiology and:

    • who has graduated from an academic 4-year program in the field of kinesiology, human kinetics, physical activity and exercise science approved by the Board;
    • who can prove having been train in the required competencies and standards;
    • who also carries membership from a CKA recognized provincial kinesiology association, and;
    • who has successfully completed any examinations and other requirements as recognized by the Board;
    • is employed and/or practices in kinesiology, or who wishes to become so employed or practicing, and
    • meets the continuing education requirements,
    • accepts and signs to comply with the code of ethics
    • carries professional liability insurance for kinesiology practice (entire scope of kinesiology)

     

    For your information:

    In 2020, membership fees to provincial associations vary by category. For an active kinesiologist, here are the rates by province for provincial membership (before taxes) only: BCAK ($300), AKA ($275), MKA ($50), OKA ($255), FKQ ($135), NBKA ($117), NLKA ($56), KPEI ($55), KANS ($50). Subject to change without notice.

  • $129.04$129.04
    From November 8, 2021 to December 31, 2021

    DETAILS

    Date January 1 to December 31 2022
    (Begins Nov. 8 2021)
    KAS Membership fee: (included) $78.73
    CKA Affiliation fee: (included) $44.34
    Administration fee (included): $3.00
    Taxes (included): 5%
    Transaction fee: (included) 3%

     

    REQUIREMENTS FOR KINESIOLOGISTS

    The kinesiologist affiliation is open to individuals who are practising kinesiology and:

    • who has graduated from an academic 4-year program in the field of kinesiology, human kinetics, physical activity and exercise science approved by the Board;
    • who can prove having been train in the required competencies and standards;
    • who also carries membership from a CKA recognized provincial kinesiology association, and;
    • who has successfully completed any examinations and other requirements as recognized by the Board;
    • is employed and/or practices in kinesiology, or who wishes to become so employed or practicing, and
    • meets the continuing education requirements,
    • accepts and signs to comply with the code of ethics
    • carries professional liability insurance for kinesiology practice (entire scope of kinesiology)

    Individual known as Professional Kinesiologist, who practices kinesiology, has achieved academic standards (a 4 year university degree in Kinesiology, Physical Education, Physical Activity studies or another Kinesiology-based program); have a successfully completed an examination process, if applicable; meets the continuing education requirements; complies with the code of ethics and carries proper professional liability insurance for kinesiology practice. The Professional may hold a current certification such as CSEP, ACSM or NSCA. (not mandatory)

    For your information:

    In 2020, membership fees to provincial associations vary by category. For an active kinesiologist, here are the rates by province for provincial membership (before taxes) only: BCAK ($300), AKA ($275), MKA ($50), OKA ($255), FKQ ($135), NBKA ($130), NLKA ($56), KPEI ($55), KANS ($50). Subject to change without notice.

  • $101.15$101.15
    From November 8, 2021 to December 31, 2022

    DETAILS

    Date

    January 1 2022 to December 31 2022
    (Begins Nov. 8 2021)

    MKA Membership fee: (included) $50.00
    CKA Affiliation fee: (included) $41.34
    Administration fee (included): $3.00
    Taxes (included): 5%
    Transaction fee: (included) 3%

     

    REQUIREMENTS FOR KINESIOLOGISTS

    The kinesiologist affiliation is open to individuals who are practising kinesiology and:

    • who has graduated from an academic 4-year program in the field of kinesiology, human kinetics, physical activity and exercise science approved by the Board;
    • who can prove having been train in the required competencies and standards;
    • who also carries membership from a CKA recognized provincial kinesiology association, and;
    • who has successfully completed any examinations and other requirements as recognized by the Board;
    • is employed and/or practices in kinesiology, or who wishes to become so employed or practicing, and
    • meets the continuing education requirements,
    • accepts and signs to comply with the code of ethics
    • carries professional liability insurance for kinesiology practice (entire scope of kinesiology)

     

    For your information:

    In 2020, membership fees to provincial associations vary by category. For an active kinesiologist, here are the rates by province for provincial membership (before taxes) only: BCAK ($300), AKA ($275), MKA ($50), OKA ($255), FKQ ($135), NBKA ($117), NLKA ($56), KPEI ($55), KANS ($50). Subject to change without notice.

  • $173.85$173.85
    From November 8, 2021 to December 31, 2022

    DETAILS

    Date January 1  to December 31 2022
    NBKA Membership fee: (included) $105.43
    NBKA rebate: (included) ($3.00)
    CKA Affiliation fee: (included) $41.34
    Administration fee (included): $3.00
    Taxes (included): 15%
    Transaction fee: (included) 3%

     

    REQUIREMENTS FOR KINESIOLOGISTS

    The kinesiologist affiliation is open to individuals who are practising kinesiology and:

    • who has graduated from an academic 4-year program in the field of kinesiology, human kinetics, physical activity and exercise science approved by the Board;
    • who can prove having been train in the required competencies and standards;
    • who also carries membership from a CKA recognized provincial kinesiology association, and;
    • who has successfully completed any examinations and other requirements as recognized by the Board;
    • is employed and/or practices in kinesiology, or who wishes to become so employed or practicing, and
    • meets the continuing education requirements,
    • accepts and signs to comply with the code of ethics
    • carries professional liability insurance for kinesiology practice (entire scope of kinesiology)

     

    For your information:

    In 2020, membership fees to provincial associations vary by category. For an active kinesiologist, here are the rates by province for provincial membership (before taxes) only: BCAK ($300), AKA ($275), MKA ($50), OKA ($255), FKQ ($135), NBKA ($117), NLKA ($56), KPEI ($55), KANS ($50). Subject to change without notice.

     

  • $111.74$111.74
    From November 8, 2021 to December 31, 2022

    Choose this caterogy if you are a practicing kinesiologist in Nova Scotia.

    DETAILS

    Date January 1 to December 31 2022
    KANS Membership fee: (included) $50.00
    CKA Affiliation fee: (included) $41.34
    Administration fee (included): $3.00
    Taxes (included): 15%
    Transaction fee: (included) 3%

     

    REQUIREMENTS FOR KINESIOLOGISTS

    The kinesiologist affiliation is open to individuals who are practising kinesiology and:

    • who has graduated from an academic 4-year program in the field of kinesiology, human kinetics, physical activity and exercise science approved by the Board;
    • who can prove having been train in the required competencies and standards;
    • who also carries membership from a CKA recognized provincial kinesiology association, and;
    • who has successfully completed any examinations and other requirements as recognized by the Board;
    • is employed and/or practices in kinesiology, or who wishes to become so employed or practicing, and
    • meets the continuing education requirements,
    • accepts and signs to comply with the code of ethics
    • carries professional liability insurance for kinesiology practice (entire scope of kinesiology)

     

    For your information:

    In 2020, membership fees to provincial associations vary by category. For an active kinesiologist, here are the rates by province for provincial membership (before taxes) only: BCAK ($300), AKA ($275), MKA ($50), OKA ($255), FKQ ($135), NBKA ($117), NLKA ($56), KPEI ($55), KANS ($50). Subject to change without notice.

     

     

  • $129.77$129.77
    From November 8, 2021 to December 31, 2022

    DETAILS

    Date January 1 to December 31 2022
    (begins Nov. 8 2021)
    KPEI Membership fee: (included) $75.00
    CKA Affiliation fee: (included) $41.34
    Administration fee (included): $3.00
    Taxes (included): 15%
    Transaction fee: (included) 3%

     

    REQUIREMENTS FOR KINESIOLOGISTS

    The kinesiologist affiliation is open to individuals who are practising kinesiology and:

    • who has graduated from an academic 4-year program in the field of kinesiology, human kinetics, physical activity and exercise science approved by the Board;
    • who can prove having been train in the required competencies and standards;
    • who also carries membership from a CKA recognized provincial kinesiology association, and;
    • who has successfully completed any examinations and other requirements as recognized by the Board;
    • is employed and/or practices in kinesiology, or who wishes to become so employed or practicing, and
    • meets the continuing education requirements,
    • accepts and signs to comply with the code of ethics
    • carries professional liability insurance for kinesiology practice (entire scope of kinesiology)

     

    For your information:

    In 2020, membership fees to provincial associations vary by category. For an active kinesiologist, here are the rates by province for provincial membership (before taxes) only: BCAK ($300), AKA ($275), MKA ($50), OKA ($255), FKQ ($135), NBKA ($117), NLKA ($56), KPEI ($55), KANS ($50). Subject to change without notice.

     

     

  • $118.85$118.85
    From November 8, 2021 to December 31, 2022

    DETAILS

    Date January 1 to December 31 2022
    (begins Nov. 8 2021)
    NLKA Membership fee: $56.00
    CKA Affiliation fee: $41.34
    Administration fee (included): $3.00
    Taxes (included): 15%
    Transaction Fee (included) 3%

     

    REQUIREMENTS FOR KINESIOLOGISTS

    The kinesiologist affiliation is open to individuals who are practising kinesiology and:

    • who has graduated from an academic 4-year program in the field of kinesiology, human kinetics, physical activity and exercise science approved by the Board;
    • who can prove having been train in the required competencies and standards;
    • who also carries membership from a CKA recognized provincial kinesiology association, and;
    • who has successfully completed any examinations and other requirements as recognized by the Board;
    • is employed and/or practices in kinesiology, or who wishes to become so employed or practicing, and
    • meets the continuing education requirements,
    • accepts and signs to comply with the code of ethics
    • carries professional liability insurance for kinesiology practice (entire scope of kinesiology)

     

    For your information:

    In 2020, membership fees to provincial associations vary by category. For an active kinesiologist, here are the rates by province for provincial membership (before taxes) only: BCAK ($300), AKA ($275), MKA ($50), OKA ($255), FKQ ($135), NBKA ($130), NLKA ($56), KPEI ($55), KANS ($50). Subject to change without notice.

  • $95.17$95.17
    From November 8, 2021 to December 31, 2022

     

    Choose this option if you reside in BC, AB, SK, MB, QC


    DETAILS

    Date January 1 2022 to December 31 2022
    (begins on Nov. 8 2021)
    CKA Affiliation fee: $85.00
    Administration fee (included): $3.00
    Taxes (included): 5%
    Transaction fee (included): 3%

     

    REQUIREMENTS FOR ACADEMIA

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

    • 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, or
    • 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
    • accepts and signs to comply with the code of ethics
    • carries professional liability insurance

     

  • $104.24$104.24
    From November 8, 2021 to December 31, 2022

     

    Choose this option if you reside in NB, NS, PEI, NL.

     

    DETAILS

    Date January 1 2022 to December 31 2022
    (begins Nov. 8 2021)
    CKA Affiliation fee: $85.00
    Administration fee (included): $3.00
    Taxes (included): 15%
    Transaction fee (included): 3%

     

    REQUIREMENTS FOR ACADEMIA

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

    • 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, or
    • 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
    • accepts and signs to comply with the code of ethics
    • carries professional liability insurance

     

  • $102.42$102.42
    From November 8, 2021 to December 31, 2022


    Choose this option if you reside in ON.

     

    DETAILS

    Date January 1 2022 to December 31 2022
    (begins Nov. 8 2021)
    CKA Affiliation fee: $85.00
    Administration fee (included): $3.00
    Taxes (included): 13%
    Transaction fee (included): 3%

     

    REQUIREMENTS FOR ACADEMIA

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

    • 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, or
    • 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
    • accepts and signs to comply with the code of ethics
    • carries professional liability insurance

     

  • FreeFree
    From January 1, 2021 to December 31, 2021

    Choose this category if you are currently a student having completed at least 2 years of undergraduate degree and practice in Saskatchewan.

    DETAILS

    Date January 1 2021 to December 31 2021
    KAS Membership fee: (included) Free
    CKA Affiliation fee: (included) n/a
    Administration fee (included): n/a
    Taxes (included): n/a
    Transaction fee: (included)n/a

     

    REQUIREMENTS FOR STUDENTS

    individuals currently enrolled in fulltime or part-time Kinesiology/Exercise science studies in a post-secondary institution and wishes to be informed or take part in the activities of KAS

    The student affiliation is open to students who have successfully completed at least 2-year of undergrad program in the field of kinesiology, human kinetics, physical activity and exercise science.

     

    For your information:

    Your Student membership applies only in Saskatchewan for KAS membership and is valid for one year after which you will have to become a regular member.

    Note: STUDENTS having completed at least 2 years on undergrade program may benefit from prefered insurance rate of the CKA National Insurance Program offered by PROLINK. You would then be insured for the entire scope of practice of kinesiology.

     

  • FreeFree
    From January 1, 2021 to December 31, 2021

    Choose this category if you are currently a student having completed at least 2 years of undergraduate degree and practice in Nova Scotia.

    DETAILS

    Date January 1 2022 to December 31 2022
    MKA Membership fee: (included) Free
    CKA Affiliation fee: (included) n/a
    Administration fee (included): n/a
    Taxes (included): n/a
    Transaction fee: (included)n/a

     

    REQUIREMENTS FOR STUDENTS

    The student affiliation is open to students who have successfully completed at least 2-year of undergrad program in the field of kinesiology, human kinetics, physical activity and exercise science.

     

    For your information:

    Your Student membership applies only in Manitoba for MKA membership and is valid for one year after which you will have to become a regular member.

    Note: STUDENTS having completed at least 2 years on undergrade program may benefit from prefered insurance rate of the CKA National Insurance Program offered by PROLINK. You would then be insured for the entire scope of practice of kinesiology.

     

  • FreeFree
    From January 1, 2021 to December 31, 2021

    Choose this category if you are currently a student having completed at least 2 years of undergraduate degree and practice in Nova Scotia.

    DETAILS

    Date January 1 to December 31 2022
    KANS Membership fee: (included) Free
    CKA Affiliation fee: (included) n/a
    Administration fee (included): n/a
    Taxes (included): n/a
    Transaction fee: (included)n/a

     

    REQUIREMENTS FOR STUDENTS

    The student affiliation is open to students who have successfully completed at least 2-year of undergrad program in the field of kinesiology, human kinetics, physical activity and exercise science.

     

    For your information:

    Your Student membership applies only Nova Scotia for KANS membership and is valid for one year after which you will have to become a regular member.

    Note: STUDENTS having completed at least 2 years on undergrade program may benefit from prefered insurance rate of the CKA National Insurance Program offered by PROLINK. You would then be insured for the entire scope of practice of kinesiology.

     

  • FreeFree
    From January 1, 2021 to December 31, 2021

    Choose this category if you are currently a student having completed at least 2 years of undergraduate degree and practice in Newfoundland and Labrador.

    DETAILS

    Date January 1 to December 31 2022
    NLKA Membership fee: (included) Free
    CKA Affiliation fee: (included) n/a
    Administration fee (included): n/a
    Taxes (included): n/a
    Transaction fee: (included)n/a

     

    REQUIREMENTS FOR STUDENTS

    The student affiliation is open to students who have successfully completed at least 2-year of undergrad program in the field of kinesiology, human kinetics, physical activity and exercise science.

     

    For your information:

    Your Student membership applies only in Newfoundland for NLKA membership and is valid for one year after which you will have to become a regular member.

    Note: STUDENTS having completed at least 2 years on undergrade program may benefit from prefered insurance rate of the CKA National Insurance Program offered by PROLINK. You would then be insured for the entire scope of practice of kinesiology.

     

  • $131.99$131.99
    From January 8, 2021 to December 31, 2021

    Choose this category if you are currently an academic in Saskatchewan.

    DETAILS

    Date

    January 1 2022 to December 31 2022
    (Begins Nov. 8 2021)

    MKA Membership fee: (included)      $125.00
    CKA Affiliation fee: (included) n/a
    Administration fee (included): $3.00
    Taxes (included): 5%
    Transaction fee: (included) 3%

     

    REQUIREMENTS FOR ACADEMIC MEMBERS

    any individual who is currently employed by a post-secondary institution in a teaching and/or research capacity and wishes to be informed and/or take part in the activities of KAS and does not practice kinesiology, that is, performing acts outside from its current employment.

     

    For your information:

    Your Academic membership applies only in Saskatchewan for KAS membership and is valid until you return to work, return to practice, at which point you must apply for a professional member (kinesiologist).

     

  • $131.99$131.99
    From November 8, 2021 to December 31, 2021

    Choose this category if you are an associate member in Saskatchewan.

    DETAILS

    Date

    January 1 2022 to December 31 2022
    (Begins Nov. 8 2021)

    KAS Membership fee: (included)     $125.00
    CKA Affiliation fee: (included)  n/a
    Administration fee (included): $3.00
    Taxes (included): 5%
    Transaction fee: (included) 3%

     

    REQUIREMENTS FOR ASSOCIATE MEMBERS

    an individual who has a university degree or college diploma of 4 years in kinesiology, physical education, physical activity studies or another kinesiology-based program, who is not currently employed or engaged in the practice of kinesiology, who meets the requirements of Professional Membership and has no intention of practicing for the duration of the year, however still wishes to be kept informed and take part in the activities of KAS. This category may also include those individuals who have other certifications.

     

    For your information:

    Your Associate membership applies only in Saskatchewan for KAS membership and is valid until you return to work, return to practice, at which point you must apply for a professional member (kinesiologist).