The Kinesiology Association of Ireland (KAI) is a national Kinesiology body in Ireland representing the professional interests of qualified Kinesiology practitioners, Kinesiology students and the personal interests of the public. The policy of the KAI is to support and encourage our members and to be the public face of Kinesiology in Ireland. The Kinesiology Association of Ireland was founded in 1986 by Professional Kinesiologists, to support one another and to promote Kinesiology.
“The KAI has established minimum educational requirements for Professional Membership, including both Kinesiology and other key subjects. The KAI evaluates courses and assigns credits, which can be accumulated to achieve professional status.”
Principles of The KAI
Aims and Objectives
To promote Kinesiology as a healing art and as an educational opportunity for the public for self development and enrichment.
To establish a forum for co-operation, communication, education, research and promotion of Kinesiology in Ireland.
To encourage the growth and expansion of the knowledge, skills and the standards of expertise in the field of Kinesiology.
To co-operate with other bodies having similar aims and objectives.
To supervise and ensure that all members conform to the ethical standards laid down in this constitution.
To co-operate, communicate and work with relevant statutory bodies, educational establishments and health care professionals.
To seek the best possible rates and conditions for Professional Indemnity and Public Liability, or other Insurance cover.
To establish and maintain standards of training, qualification, practice and education for practitioners in Kinesiology for the benefit of both the public and practitioners.
To encourage research, development, investigation, training and education in Kinesiology.
To invite memberships by individuals, colleges and other bodies working within the field of Kinesiology.
To establish a code of ethics applicable to all members and to establish disciplinary procedures.
To keep a Register of Kinesiologists who meet the standards set by the association.
To seek inclusion in any statutory registration of health care professionals.
To work to maintain the freedom to practice for members of the association.
The KAI is a National Kinesiology body representing the professional interests of qualified Kinesiology Practitioners, Kinesiology students and the personal interests of the public. The KAI is a professional body and as such, all members adhere to the rules, regulations and guidelines of the Association. It is committed to providing a level of professionalism associated to a health professional body.
If you have a grievance or complaint as a member of the KAI or as a member of the general public, please contact our us at the following email address: firstname.lastname@example.org Your complaint will be passed on to our committee who will handle your grievance in the strictest confidence. We will make recommendations and attempt to resolve the matter.