MEMBERSHIP


There are currently three different types of memberships offered by the NBKA.

CERTIFIED MEMBER

Certified members of the NBKA are those who have completed a university degree in kinesiology or related field and have met all of the requirements as defined by the NBKA and CKA to become a certified kinesiologist in New Brunswick. Certified members are subject to all member benefits with the NBKA, including:

  • Professional liability insurance
  • Discounted rates at NBKA/AKNB workshops and conferences
  • Access to the CKA and NBKA newsletter, the national journal,
  • Access to the members only section of the CKA web site
  • Receiving notice of job opportunities
  • Being recognized as a Certified Kinesiologist
  • A great opportunity to network with fellow kinesiologists.

How to become a certified member of the NBKA

In order to become a certified member of the NBKA as a New Brunswick Resident, you need to meet the requirements as they are outlined on the Canadian Kinesiology Alliance (CKA) website. You will need to become an Affiliated Kinesiologist with the CKA.

In order to apply, you will need the following documents:

  • Copy of Official Transcripts
  • Copy of Degree
  • Proof of Insurance (contact CKA following purchase of membership for new members)

Please follow the link below:

https://canadian-kinesiology-alliance.membogo.com/en/become-affiliated

If there are any questions regarding the membership application process, please direct all questions to CKA at  info@cka.ca


AFFILIATED MEMBER

Affiliated members of the NBKA are those who wish to stay current and connected within the field of kinesiology in NB and have shown evidence of significant contribution to the study of kinesiology. Affiliated members are subject to the following benefits:

  • Have access to offers of employment,
  • Stay current and up to date in the field of kinesiology and the scientific developments around physical activity,
  • Contribute to advancement of the kinesiology profession provincially.
  • Have the opportunity to apply to present at the annual kinesiology conference.

How to become an Affiliated Member of the NBKA

To become an affiliated member of the NBKA you will need to show evidence of sustained and significant contribution to the study of kinesiology as determined by the board of directors.  Affiliate members have the right to attend all meetings of the members of the corporation and shall have a deliberative voice therein but will not have the right to vote. The fee for the Affiliate Membership is $52.50 plus tax.

You will need to fill out the form provided below.

Membership is valid from date of acceptance to December 31 of the application year.  For example: If one applies in April 2019, the membership is valid from the date of acceptance to December 31, 2019.  Please note that full membership will need to be renewed by January 31 of the following year.


STUDENT MEMBER

Student members of the NBKA are those who are currently enrolled full-time or part-time in a kinesiology program at a recognized university. Student members are subject to the following benefits:

  • Eligible for summer employment with the NBKA
  • Eligible to apply for the NBKA student bursary competition
  • Stay current in the field, and learn of all the exciting job opportunities

How to become a Student Member of the NBKA

To become a student member of the NBKA, you must currently be enrolled in a Kinesiology program (undergraduate or graduate) at either the University of New Brunswick (Fredericton), or the Université de Moncton. Student memberships are free of charge. You can fill out the application form and sent it back to nbkaaknb@gmail.com with the following link.

Membership is valid from date of acceptance to December 31 of the application year.  For example: If one applies in April 2019, the membership is valid from the date of acceptance to December 31, 2019.  Please note that full membership will need to be renewed by January 31 of the following year.

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