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Support the work of the College

The College’s success depends on the participation of kinesiologists who are committed to fulfilling our mandate of protecting the public. By getting involved, you will:

The College welcomes kinesiologists who are eager to share knowledge and experience and learn about how we protect the public by regulating the practice of kinesiology! You can support the College’s work by:

Learn about why and how Ben Matthie became involved.

Current opportunities

We are currently seeking non-Council committee members to support the work of Council and Peer Circle facilitators to join our Quality Assurance Program initiative – Peer Circles. Click each item below to learn more details.

This fall, the College is launching our new Quality Assurance Program initiative – Peer Circles. It is a voluntary program intended to help improve the practice of kinesiology through facilitator-guided peer learning and discussions.

The role of a facilitator is to help the participating kinesiologists (participants) collaborate through case studies, reaching conclusions based on an ethical decision-making framework. Facilitators may also assist participants in identifying the relevant issues, ethical and legal considerations and relevant practice resources, and identifying appropriate actions for these scenarios.

If this sounds like you, we’d like to hear from you!

Why become a Peer Circles facilitator?

By becoming a Peer Circles facilitator, you will:

  • Contribute to the delivery of competent, safe and ethical kinesiology services;
  • Be recognized as an experienced and knowledgeable leader within the profession;
  • Develop proficiency in practice standards and guidelines and applying new insights in daily practice;
  • Learn about new ideas, perspectives and innovative approaches to practice;
  • Build facilitation skills; and
  • Gain personal and professional growth.


Applications to act as Peer Circle facilitators will be evaluated based on the criteria below. Peer Circle facilitators will be required to:

  • Be registered in the General Class and actively practising;
  • Have a welcoming, positive and pleasant demeanour;
  • Have excellent interpersonal and communication skills;
  • Understand and support for the College’s mandate, practice standards and Quality Assurance Program principles, as well as relevant regulations;
  • Have experience with group facilitation or teaching;
  • Demonstrate behaviours that are supportive, encouraging and reflective;
  • Have a commitment to their professional development and enjoy assisting others in their learning;
  • Be open-minded towards diversity and flexible in approach;
  • Not be affiliated with or involved in the College on a statutory/non-statutory committee and/or staff position; and
  • Not be an employee, officer or director of any professional kinesiology association.

If selected, you must be able and willing to commit to facilitating at least three Peer Circle sessions (two hours each session) within a six-month period, which may count towards your continuing professional development goals.

Selected facilitators will receive mandatory training provided by the College.


If you are interested in this opportunity, please complete the online application form (including your CV), before 4 p.m. on July 28, 2023.


Contact Brian Fehst, Manager of Professional Practice at or (416) 961-7000 ext. 104.