Annual Renewal

It’s almost time to renew!

All kinesiologists must renew their registration by August 31. If you are registered in the General or Inactive Class, a reminder will be emailed to you at the beginning of July.

Here are the 2017 renewal fees:

                      Amount                   
General Class  $650 
Inactive Class $200
Late fee (applied September 1)                                       $100


Before you renew

Review your profile
You can do this by visiting the  My Account page. Review your information and make sure it is up to date.

Has your name changed?
If it has, please provide a copy of a document that shows the change (e.g. copy of marriage certificate). This can be provided by mail, fax or email.

Make sure your insurance hasn’t expired
If you are registered in the General Class, you must have professional liability insurance. You will be asked to upload a copy of your insurance certificate. To review the College’s requirements for insurance, click  here.

Three ways to make renewal easier

  1. Carefully review all sections of the renewal form and complete all applicable sections. Review any information that is pre-populated and edit as necessary.
  2. Have a copy of your insurance on hand before you begin the renewal form. If you are registered in the General Class, you must provide information about your insurance policy and upload a copy of your insurance certificate.
  3. Download the latest version of your web browser (e.g. Chrome, Firefox, etc.)

Why does the College collect so much data?

Much of the information collected on the renewal form is required by the Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care. All of Ontario’s regulated health professionals are providing this information as part of their annual renewal process. The Ministry uses the data collected for healthcare resource planning. All data is submitted to the Ministry anonymously to protect your privacy. The Regulated Health Professions Act, 1991 also requires colleges to collect information about any offences or findings of malpractice or negligence that members may have committed within the last year. This ensures that the College is meeting its mandate of public protection.


Last Updated: 06-19-2017