Membership Fee Schedule

Annual Membership Fees

Practicing Member - $300 plus GST*

Non-Practicing Member - $175 plus GST

Academic (incl. Student) - $25 plus GST

Corporate - $175 plus GST

* Please note: The membership fee listed above does not include insurance fees, CKA dues (national association), application processing, late renewal or reinstatement fees. All membership fees paid to the Association are non-refundable. Memberships expire on December 31st of each year, mid-term refunds are not available.


Joining BCAK as a Practicing Member during the Year?

Fees will be short-rate adjusted based on the month in which you join.

Short-rate fee table

January to March (Q-1) = $300 plus GST (full fee applies)

April to June (Q-2) = $250 plus GST (save $50)

July to September (Q-3) = $200 plus GST (save $100)

**October to November (Q-4) = $150 plus GST (save $150)

** Applicants who complete their membership purchase or reinstatement during the month of December will receive a 13-month membership, valid until December 31 of the year following and will be subject to the full annual dues.

Current BCAK Academic (Student) members who apply for and are accepted for Practicing membership will have the academic-student membership fee credited towards their Practicing Membership fee.


Other Fees Applicable to Practicing Members

Application Processing Fee

If you are a new applicant for Practicing Membership (or the allowable reinstatement period has expired) you will be required to pay an Application Processing Fee and submit all the required documentation.

  • Pathway 1 approved program = $75.00 + GST
  • Pathway 2 (unapproved program) = $75.00 + GST

Late Renewal and Reinstatement Fees

Practicing members who do not renew their membership by the December 31st deadline are subject to:

  1. A late renewal fee of $50 + GST, for all renewals completed between January 1st and 31st.
  2. A reinstatement fee $100 + GST if membership is not renewed within the 31 day late renewal period (more than 31 days following the date at which you last held active Practicing membership).

Membership Reinstatement is available for up to 10 years after you were last an active Practicing member. Reinstatement saves past members who want to rejoin the BCAK from having to complete the full application process, meet the current academic requirements and submit official transcripts. This can be relevant if membership standards, have increased for those looking to rejoin the BCAK.

The purpose of the additional fees is to encourage members who intend to continue to practice to maintain continuity of membership and Professional Liability (E&O) insurance coverage, as a lapse in membership status and/or insurance coverage can expose the kinesiologist to an uninsured loss/claim, which has not yet been reported by a client and can have negative ramifications for both the kinesiologist and the client.

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