Renew your qualifications

Continue to demonstrate leadership, mentor and teach specialty courses to Fitness Alberta candidates. 

Stay certified

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. 

  • 1

    Outline related activities

    To maintain your qualifications you must stay engaged with Fitness Alberta-AFLCA activities, such as:

    • teaching courses
    • completing practical assessments  
    • volunteering with Fitness Alberta projects
    • writing a CEC article
    • developing a short course 

    Email us at for more information about this requirement.

  • 2

    Conference Attendance

    To recertify you must attend either Fit Rendezvous or the Perspectives in Exercise Health & Fitness conference. The current period for this requirement is from June 30, 2024 - June 30, 2026. This includes:

    - Perspectives 2024

    - Fit Rendezvous 2025

    - Fit Rendezvous 2026

  • 3

    Professional conduct agreement

    You must sign and adhere to the professional conduct agreement. 

  • 4

    Maintain CPR

    You must maintain current (annual) CPR. 

    CPR and first aid providers

  • 5

    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:

    1. 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.
    2. Expired 2 to 6 months – $50 late fee required (in addition to recertification fee).
    3. Expired longer than six months to 1 year - $100 late fee (in addition to recertification fee.)
    4. Expired longer than 1 year – challenge applicable exams, complete a practical assessment and other certification requirements.