Become Involved

Be a part of your College!

The College’s success depends on kinesiologists who are engaged and committed to fulfilling the College’s mandate of public protection. The College is always looking for kinesiologists eager to get involved in the College’s work. Share your knowledge and experience, and learn more about how your profession is regulated in the process!

Wondering how you can become involved?

Current opportunities

Don’t see anything that interests you right now? Email us and we will keep your name on file for consideration for future opportunities.

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Help pilot the new PPA format

In spring 2021, the College will resume peer and practice assessments (PPAs) virtually. Learn more about PPA.

The College is looking for volunteers to pilot the virtual PPA format this spring. This pilot involves a video conference with a trained peer assessor that will be no more than three hours. There will be a patient/client record review component, but the format will be compressed. You will self-assess your record keeping with one patient/client record against a checklist before the pilot, then discuss your record keeping with the assessor during the interview.

The pilot is an opportunity to provide the College with feedback on whether the instructions and support for navigating the file sharing platform and Zoom were adequate, identify pain points and suggest revisions to enhance the process for the next cycle.

If you’re interested in this opportunity, email Lara Thacker, Director of Quality Assurance via email.

Become a peer circles facilitator

The new, voluntary Quality Assurance Program initiative, peer circles, is being piloted this fall. The College is looking for facilitators to help guide small, virtual groups of kinesiologists in discussing issues relevant to their practice and working through case studies. Learn more about peer circles.

A facilitator’s role is not about lecturing or instructing the group, but rather helping the group collaborate through problem solving, applying an ethical decision-making framework to reach their own conclusions, and work through case scenarios. The facilitator assists participants in identifying the relevant issues, the ethical and legal considerations, identifying the relevant practice resources to consult, and determining the appropriate response. If you have experience in this area, we’d like to hear from you.

Why be a facilitator?

Benefits to being a facilitator include:

Being a facilitator can count as continuing professional development.

Facilitator qualifications and characteristics

Applications for the facilitator role will be screened and approved by the Director, Quality Assurance against the criteria below. Potential facilitators must:

Time commitment and training

If selected, you must be able and willing to commit to facilitating at least three to four, two-hour peer circle sessions within a six-month period. Selected facilitators will receive mandatory training by the College.

How to apply

If you are interested in this opportunity, please complete an application form. You will be asked to upload a copy of your résumé or CV.

If you have any questions, contact Lara Thacker via email or (416) 961-7000 ext. 103.

Develop content for peer circles

The new, voluntary Quality Assurance Program initiative, peer circles, is being piloted this fall. Learn more about peer circles.

Over the next two months, the College will develop practice scenarios on a range of topical practice issues. The College is looking for participants to join a two-hour online working group to help develop content and practice scenarios for peer circles.

Interested applicants must:

If you’re interested, please email a copy of your résumé or CV to Lara Thacker.

If you have any questions, contact Lara Thacker via email or (416) 961-7000 ext. 103.