Annual Renewal

Kinesiologists registered in the General or Inactive Class must renew their registration by September 15, 2019.

Here are the renewal fees:

 Registration Class    Amount    Late fee* 
 General  $650  $100
 Inactive  $200  $50
*Late fees are applied after the renewal deadline


How to make renewal quick and easy

  1. Download the latest version of your web browser (e.g. Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, etc.). If you are using Internet Explorer (IE), you may experience technical difficulties that are out of the College's control. We recommend using the latest version of Google Chrome or Mozilla Firefox.
  2. To access the renewal form, follow these steps:            
    - Log in to your account. If you forgot your username or password, click the links below the sign in area to retrieve or reset them. 
    - Click “My Applications” from the  top navigation bar
    - Click “Apply” next to the Annual Renewal Form
    - To continue completing an application you already started, select “Continue”
  3. Carefully review and complete all applicable sections. Your renewal is only complete when you fill in the entire the form, pay the required fee and click "Submit". 
  4. If your name has changed since the last time you renewed, please provide the College with a copy of the document that shows the change (e.g. marriage certificate). This can be emailed to info@coko.ca or faxed to (416) 961-7009. 
  5. If you are registered in the General Class, have a copy of your insurance policy on hand since you will need to submit proof of insurance. If you are renewing in the Inactive Class, you will need to sign a declaration indicating that you will not practise kinesiology in any capacity while you're Inactive. 
  6. If you are currently suspended for non-payment of fees, please contact the College via email at info@coko.ca or call (416) 961-7000 ext. 105 for information on next steps. 


Why does the College collect so much data during renewal?

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.