Our community of Assistant Trainer-educators demonstrate professionalism and leadership to our community. Maintain your qualifications. Recertify now.
Certification renewal requirements
Recertification fees are due annually on June 30 of your 2 year period.
You must earn a minimum of 12 CECs biennially.
You can do this by attending our webinars, courses, workshops or by going to Fit Rendezvous or Perspectives in Exercise Health & Fitness conferences. You can attend Fitness Alberta approved courses or workshops delivered by outside agencies. You also petition for CECs for courses not approved or hosted by Fitness Alberta. Make sure you give ample time for your petition to be reviewed, so that your credits are ready for your recertification date.
Professional conduct agreement
You must adhere to and sign the professional conduct agreement form.
You must maintain current (annual) CPR.
Pay your fees and upload your information
Upload information demonstrating you've completed your renewal requirements, and pay your fees.
Late Recertification policy
In the event you are unable able to complete your recertification on or before the expiry date, late registration may be accepted under the following conditions:
- Expired up to 30 days – No late fee, however insurance coverage will not begin until documents are verified as complete and processed. This date will be reflected on your insurance certificate.
- Expired 2 to 6 months – $50 late fee required (in addition to recertification fee).
- Expired longer than six months to 1 year - $100 late fee (in addition to recertification fee.)
- Expired longer than 1 year – challenge applicable exams, complete a practical assessment and other certification requirements.