Record Keeping - Complete Webinar (in French only)

From November 19, 2018 to November 19, 2019

 

Kinesiologist Record Keeping

Online training - Mandatory for accredited member of QKF

 
Given By Sara Bélanger, kinesiologist, teaching assistant, Medical Faculty - Kinesiology Department, Université Laval.
Duration: 4 hours
Credits:
  • Family: Conferences/seminar/workshop/class recognized by the QKF

  • Type: Training Record Keeping

  • 1 unit =  4 credits

  • Proof: receipt purchase 

Description:

The record keeping is a mystery for you?  You often ask these type of questions:  

What should I write? Can I share this file? Is it mandatory? And for a group class...?

Stop waiting! Learn about the techniques used to maintain record keeping that meets Federation standards in the comfort of your home and at the time you desire.  

Have a good training!

 

* If you did the course teached by Sara Bélanger (U Laval) or Jean-François Gacougnolle (UQTR), you only need to update the information. If you have taken the course Clinical Kinesiology (EPK 835) with Pierre Boulay or the training with Sara Bélanger at UQAC you are exempt from the training. Upload a copy of your transcript or course certificate to your continuing education record.

Learn about the techniques used to maintain record keeping that meets Federation standards in the comfort of your home and at the time you desire.

Record Keeping - Update Webinar (in French only)

From November 19, 2018 to November 19, 2019

 

Kinesiologist Record Keeping  - Update

Online Training - Mandatory for QKF accredited member*

 
Given by Sara Bélanger, kinesiologist, Teaching Assistant, Medical Faculty - Kinesiology Department , Université Laval.
Duration: 2 hours
Credits: 
  • Family:  course, workshop, seminar related to kinesiology

  • Type: Training on Record Keeping - update

  • 1 units =  2 credits 

  • Proof: receipt of purchase  

Description: 

*Update for kinesiologist who did the training before 2009. Complete training is available on our online store.

The record keeping is a mystery for you? You often ask these type of question: 

What should I write? Can I share this file? Is it mandatory? And for a group class...? 

Do not wait any longer! Learn about the techniques used to maintain record keeping that meets Federation standards in the comfort of your home and at the time you desire. 

Have a good training?

 

* If you did not take the course of Sara Bélanger (U Laval) or Jean-François Gacougnolle (UQTR), you must do the complete training. If you have taken the course Clinical Kinesiology (EPK 835) with Pierre Boulay or the training with Sara Bélanger at UQAC you are exempt from the training. Upload a copy of your transcript or course certificate to your continuing education record..

THE CONTINUUM OF MOVEMENT - ONLINE TRAINING (in French Only)

From July 24, 2019 to July 24, 2020

THE CONTINUUM OF MOVEMENT OVER 24 HOURS: KINEIOLOGISTS CALLED TO DISCUSS SLEEP AND SEDENTARY BEHAVIOR ALSO!
Online workshop

By Jean-Philippe Chaput, Ph.D., Associate Professor (University of Ottawa) and Researcher (CHEO Research Institute)
Jean-Philippe Chaput is a researcher at the Children's Hospital of Eastern Ontario Research Institute and an Associate Professor in the Department of Pediatrics at the University of Ottawa. His research interests are in the prevention of obesity and the adoption of a healthy lifestyle. He is also interested in new determinants of obesity, such as lack of sleep and mental stress. Dr. Chaput has published more than 300 peer-reviewed scientific papers, contributed to more than 200 conferences worldwide, and received several awards for his research.

Duration: 2 hours
Credits: 
  • Family: Conferences / seminars / workshops / courses recognized by FKQ
  • Type: Training of the FKQ
  • 2 units = 2 credits
  • Proof: purchase receipt
Description:

During this 2 hours presentation, you will be able to:

  • Understand the interactions between sleep, sedentary behavior and physical activity to influence health;
  • Understand the new Canadian 24-Hour Movement Guidelines;
  • Understand the implications of these new guidelines for kinesiologists.

Have a good training!