Once the student has completed the first 12 workshops, the student will have enough hours to be termed an Active Kinesiologist in terms of the ASKSA rules and regulations. After completing the last Neuro-Training workshop, the Neuro-training workbooks and Assessments, the student receives an International Neuro -Trainer Certificate, issued by Neuro-Training Pty Ltd. which complies with the Australian National Certificate IV in Kinesiology, HLT 42812. The student may then enrol for more advanced courses listed below.
It is essential that you have Anatomy and Physiology training in order to become a Specialised Kinesiologist. If you have previous studies in A&P and have certificates to prove this, you can apply to be credited for your prior learning.
Your instructors will assist ASKSA in maintaining a list of your accredited hours, but you may also keep track, with this spreadsheet. These accreditations, along with your annual Association membership fees, entitle you to list yourself and practice professionally, in terms of a standardised level of proficiency; a system that protects both the practitioner and their client.