Kinesiology Career

Kinesiology Training

If you would like to study Kinesiology or take a short course to learn muscle testing, we have many different Kinesiology courses to suit your needs. We now teach Kinesiology in Johannesburg, Cape Town, Port Elizabeth and Durban with qualified Kinesiology instructors! Please read on.

We are always keen to get to know YOU and to know where YOUR passion lies. How can we help you? Please feel free to contact the college for the latest prices, dates and the enrolment form and do let us know how we can be of service to you.

You can read more about our short courses here.

Or, to become a highly qualified Professional Specialised Kinesiologist then read on …

We value each of our students and strive to support you in your goals.  We, therefore, offer various courses in a number of different formats, designed to provide opportunities for learning that fit into even the busiest of schedules.

If you would like to pursue a career in Kinesiology there are 4 levels of training –


Level 1 – International Certificate in Basic Kinesiology Practice (BKP)

Approximately 1 year (students can start with year 2 concurrently after 6 months (optional)).  BKP is the entry point into becoming a highly regarded Professional Specialised Kinesiologist.  It includes;

  • Foundational Principles of Kinesiology™(FPK1) – 6 kinesiology units – class attendance including theory and practical assessment
  • Foundational Principles of Professional Kinesiology Practice™ (PKP 1) – 6 kinesiology units – class attendance including theory and practical assessment
  • 1 home study unit – class attendance and home study (Anatomy & Physiology 1)
  • Assessed in class (Supervised Student Clinic Experience – 50 hours, Clinical Practice Client Sessions – 75 hours)
  • 5 Personal Kinesiology session (arrange with your instructor)

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Level 2 – International Diploma of Professional Kinesiology Practice

After attending the first 6 units students will be able to start earning, a building their profitable Kinesiology businesses while attaining the Diploma in Kinesiology.  The diploma includes:

  • Protocols for Professional Kinesiology Practice™ (PKP 2) – 16 Kinesiology units
  • Approximately 18 months to complete, however students can start their Kinesiology business after completing 6 units
  • 5 home study units – with optional class attendance (Chemistry, Biochemistry, Pathophysiology – 5 units)
  • Assessed in class (Supervised Student Clinic Experience – 50 hours, Clinical Practice Client Sessions – 75 hours)
  • 5 Personal Kinesiology session (arrange with your instructor)

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Level 3 – The International Advanced Diploma of Kinesiopractic®

  • Advanced Protocols for Professional Kinesiology Practice™ (PKP 3) – 13 Kinesiology units
  • Approximately 12 months to complete
  • Assessed in class (Supervised Student Clinic Experience – 50 hours, Clinical Practice Client Sessions – 75 hours)
  • 5 Personal Kinesiology session (arrange with your instructor)

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Level 4 – The International Graduate Diploma of Kinesiopractic®

  • Kinesiopractic® Protocols (PKP 4) – 12 Kinesiology units
  • Approximately 12 months to complete
  • 1 home study unit – class attendance and home study (NUT 1 – Dietary & Nutritional Science)
  • Assessed in class (Supervised Student Clinic Experience – 50 hours, Clinical Practice Client Sessions – 75 hours)
  • 5 Personal Kinesiology session (arrange with your instructor)

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