HOW MUCH DOES AFFILIATION COST AND FOR HOW LONG?

AFFILIATION RATES & RENEWAL DATE

How much doe affiliation dues cost? How long is the affiliation for? The Canadian Kinesiology Alliance (CKA) has the lowest annual affiliation fee of any professional association in any jurisdiction engaged in any field related to human movement. We're able to achieve this because the CKA is constantly reviewing our program and services. The annual fees covers affiliation following the civic year thus regardless of when you join, the renewal date is January 1st and expiring date is December 31st of each year.

Since 2018, CKA collects membership fees for the provinces of MB for the MKA, NB for the NBKA, NS for the KANS and NL for the NLKA at the same time as the CKA Affiliation fees. Membership fees for these provincial associations vary. They are then handed over to the provincial association for their usage. CKA affiliation fees for a kinesiologist practicing in these provinces are $ 38.95 in 2019 and will be indexed to the CPI (approximately 2%) annually thereafter. This procedure allows these PKAs to offer you an online service through the CKA.*

For Kinesiologists in BC, ON and QC, the CKA affiliation fee is $ 38.95 in 2019 and will be indexed to the CPI (approximately 2%) annually thereafter. You must first settle your membership in your provincial kinesiology association (PKA) then continue through to purchasing your insurance covergae and ultimately your affiliation to the CKA. This procedure will automatically take you from the website of your PKA to the site of the insurer who will charge the affiliation fees to the CKA.

For Kinesiologists of PEI, SK and the Territories, since there are no provincial associations, you must directly become affiliated to the CKA. CKA affiliation fees are $ 76,50*

Memberships that are not paid (non-refundable, non-refundable nor prorated) or whose necessary documents (including proof of insurance from PROLINK - CKA Partner) are not provided will not be processed.

Please contact your Provincial Kinesiology Association in order to benefit from our partner's preferred rates for the purchase or renewal of your professional insurance.

In 2018, membership fees to provincial associations vary by category. For an active kinesiologist, here are the rates by province for provincial membership only: BCAK ($ 315), AKA ($ 245), MKA ($ 50), OKA ($ 250), FKQ ($ 205), NBKA ($130), NLKA ($ 56). Subject to change without notice.

*All fees mentioned above are subject to $ 3.00 administration fee, plus applicable taxes and 3% transaction fee.

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