International Certificate in Basic Kinesiology Principles

The ICPKP International Certificate in Professional Kinesiology Practice provides the launching pad in your career as a PKP kinesiology practitioner. This certificate follows on from the Certificate in High Level Wellness & Vitality.

Graduates are able to register as kinesiologists in many countries around the world and begin practising professionally*. For example, NZ graduates may apply to the New Zealand Kinesiology Practitioners Accreditation Board (NZKPAB) to become a Certificated Kinesiologist.

The course covers in depth the fundamental skills and knowledge of the Professional Kinesiology Practitioner. It consists of the full BKP series (BKP101-110) plus units on clinical body contact (RBT 201), advanced emotional stress release (EMS 201), and Anatomy & Physiology (A&P 201). There are also several home study and external units on such topics as clinical practice management, first aid, and communication skills.And is a great foundational certificate to do if you’re looking to further your skills as a practitioner and you can further your education by completing the Diploma with a feeder college.

Class structure for each unit consists of 2 days classroom time which will be structured into ½ Qi gong class then the day will consist of studying techniques, watching demonstrations and then practising what you have learnt. At home you will have study to do and a workbook to complete.

There will also be supervised student clinic as part of the certificate program to get plenty of practise and to meet the requirements of the certificate. This certificate also has home study units to be completed out of class.

Topics include:

  • Energisers and Self Care
  • Proficient Manual Muscle Testing
  • Introduction to the Law of 5-Elements
  • The Body’s Superficial Energy Connections
  • The Law of 5-Elements in depth
  • Professional Skills, Balancing Protocol with Databas
  • Pain Reduction
  • History / Balancing with Food
  • Advanced muscle techniques, Reactivity and Posture
  • Using Client Health Records