Our Associate Members

Membership

There are four categories of membership available. Each is defined below.

Practicing

A Practicing Member is a person who:

a)    has received a four year degree in kinesiology from a post-secondary educational institution in Canada where the degree and institution meet the standard set by the Board, or

b)    has educational qualifications deemed by the Board to be equivalent to a four year degree in kinesiology from a post-secondary education institution in Canada,

and

c)    is employed and/or practices in British Columbia as a kinesiologist, or who wishes to become so employed or practicing, and

d)    meets the continuing education requirements set by the Board, and

e)    is of good moral character.

Non-Practicing

A Non-Practicing Member is a person who:

a)     is not employed or engaged in the practice of kinesiology in British Columbia, who was formerly a Practicing Member, or a person who meets the requirements of Practicing Membership (excluding part "c"), but does not practice.

b)    is of good moral character

Academic/Student

An Academic Member is a person who:

a)    is enrolled in a course of studies leading to a bachelor’s, master’s or doctoral degree in kinesiology from a post-secondary educational institution in Canada that is recognized by the Board, or

b)    is or was employed as a professor, instructor, or member of the faculty of a post-secondary educational institution in Canada that is recognized by the Board, in a faculty or department which offers courses in kinesiology, human kinetics, and related subjects, and

c)    is of good moral character.

Associate

An Associate Member is a corporation, association, organization, or individual that supports the purposes of the Society and is of good moral character.