CONTINUING EDUCATION STANDARDS PROGRAM COMMITMENT


Following graduation from an accredited university program, professional kinesiologists are held accountable for adhering to the Continuing Education Standards Program (CESP). This is to assure continued competence for health professionals in the field of kinesiology.

Kinesiologists are responsible for submitting credits on a three-year basis. At the end of each three-year period, the professionals are required to submit 60 points accumulated over the three years (i.e. 20 per year), where 70% of the credits must be in the scope of kinesiology, and 30% can be general activities.

Participating in the annual NBKA conference provides 7 credits to kinesiologists and participating in the AGM during the annual conference is another 7 credits. The NBKA also periodically shares different training opportunities or webinars with its members.

ANNUAL CONFERENCE


Coming soon.

ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING

We intend to host our AGM via zoom conference this year. Date coming soon.


Conference and AGM 2019

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Code of Ethics

Code of Ethics

The New Brunswick Kinesiology Association/Association de Kinésiologie du Nouveau-Brunswick accepts responsibility for delineating the ethical behavior expected of ...
Membership

Membership

There are currently three different types of memberships offered by the NBKA. Certified Member Certified members have completed a university degree in kinesiology or ...
Continuing Education

Continuing Education

Following graduation from an accredited university program, professional kinesiologists are held accountable for adhering to the Continuing Education Standards Program ). ...
Professional Insurance

Professional Insurance

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