The Kinesiology Practitioners Accreditation Board (KPAB) is a New Zealand Incorporated Society (1992) formed to set and maintain the standards of training and competency required for Registered Kinesiology Practitioners.
KPAB is an affiliate member with both the Natural Health Council and the Natural Health Practitioners of New Zealand.
KPAB is the official forum for communicating and mediating between Kinesiologists, the Government and the Public regarding Kinesiology Practitioner Clinical and Educational standards.
The KPAB Board is an organised body of people from various professions and walks of life to act as administrators and advisors. Board members comprises Chancellor, Vice Chancellor, Registrar, Treasurer and Board Members.
The Board is charged with the function of setting and maintain the standards of Kinesiology Practice and to establish and maintain a Register of competent professional Kinesiologists. To set examinations or assessments or initiate other procedures to evaluate the competence and aptitude of applicants for the Register, and appoint examiners or other persons for this purpose.