No, you must first be registered in the General Class.
The purpose of the Inactive Class is to allow kinesiologists who wish to take a parental, sick or educational leave, or practise in another jurisdiction, to maintain registration. If you are registered in the Inactive Class, you cannot:
- Provide direct patient/client care, even if it is just to one patient/client;
- Use any title or designation other than what is specified for an Inactive certificate of registration (i.e., R. Kin (Inactive));
- Supervise the practice of the profession; or
- Make any claim or representation to having any competence in the profession.
Learn more about the Inactive class.