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WHAT ARE OUR FUTURE PLANS ?

CKA/ACK #KinVision2022 Strategic Plan

The CKA/ACK has develop a bold, inspiring and achievable strategic plan # KinVision2022. The CKA/ACK had mandated LBB Strategies, an independent national strategic planning consultancy firm, to assist the CKA/ACK in developing its strategic plan. LBB Strategies has worked with provincial, national and international organizations in similar strategic reviews and plans.

The strategic planning process included a series of consultative activities comprising of interviews, focus groups and online surveys with CKA/ACK members and stakeholders. This consultative review phase started in February 2017 followed by a strategic planning retreat in June 2017 and a final adoption of the plan in September 2017. Input and participation of all in this strategic planning initiative have been very important to Kinesiology in Canada, kinesiologists and the CKA/ACK. Stay tuned for more information.

The CKA / ACK consultation process provided a current picture of kinesiology in Canada. This plan addresses those challenges and will strive to advance kinesiology in Canada. In order to achieve the CKA / ACK vision and purpose, we have defined strategic goals, referred to as the “three (3) pillars”, which
are broken down into tactical objectives and measurable outcomes by 2022.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Let’s develop our best future together!

The #KinVision2020 Strategic Plan

 

Past CKA/ACK Strategic Plans


After a lengthy consultative process that involved practitioners, industry, government, professional and regulatory bodies and others from coast-to-coast-to-coast the Canadian Kinesiology, CKA established a three-year strategic plan from 2014-2017 that focuses on:

  • Developing and growing a sustainable business model grounded in leading practice;

  • Increasing public awareness about kinesiologists' and their expert and professional contributions to preventing injury and chronic disease; managing injury, pain, and chronic disease; and improving performance in work, life, and sport; and,

  • Developing processes to measure the effectiveness of kinesiology education, marketing, and advocacy across Canada.

To learn more please read the CKA/ACK 2014-2017 Strategic Plan

PDF icon CKA Strategic Plan- 2013-2017.pdf

The development of the 2014-2017 Strategic Plan would not have been possible without the leadership of Dr. Steve Fischer, PhD, RKin and his dedicated group of leadership volunteers who comprised the Strategic Plan to Advance the Reach of Kinesiology (SPARK) Task Force.