BECOME A KCAT
Our tutor network helps us to deliver Kinetic Control education across the world. Kinetic Control Accredited Tutors (KCATs) are true experts in Kinetic Control, with years of practising experience and the training required to pass these skills onto others.
In becoming a KCAT, you'll build a comprehensive skillset, both clinically and as an educator. You'll deliver our clinically backed programme of Kinetic Control education to fellow professionals worldwide and join a community of clinicians and educators dedicated to improving movement health worldwide.
Whether you're already an educator or looking to become one, Kinetic Control is a great way to make money teaching. You'll gain access to a globally recognised brand, alongside the confidence that your course materials are backed by 25 years of research and practice. You can start the process here.
THE ROAD TO QUALIFICATION
To ensure that our education is always delivered to the highest standard, we maintain a robust programme of training and qualification for potential tutors. Here's how it works:
BECOME A KCMT
All of our KCATs must first become KCMTs. Our Becoming a KCMT will ensure that you have a firm grounding in Kinetic control principles and practice.
Our KCIT programme will begin the transition from KCMT to KCAT. As part of this process, we'll interview you, provide you with access to advanced Kinetic Control content on our LMS and also ask you to complete The Movement Solution 1 or our modular education pathway. This will help you to consolidate your knowledge, understand the material from a tutor's perspective and even assist in delivering instruction on some topics.
SENIOR KCAT MENTORING
To further prepare you for the qualification process, we can provide mentoring from on of our senior KCATs. These experienced educators have years of experience in their field and can provide valuable insights to candidates.
TRAIN THE TRAINER
Before taking the KCAT exam, we'll ask you to take our rigorous 'teaching solution' course. This rigorous online course is a recognised Level 3 qualification and will give you a firm grounding in teaching best practice. This course is mandatory for all Comera trainers.
The final step of qualification is our KCAT exam. This will test your knowledge and skills against our rigorous assessment framework. Once you complete this stage, you'll be a qualified KCAT, eligible to teach courses.
SENIOR KCAT EXAM
For experienced KCATs looking to take their next step, we offer an advanced KCAT exam. This will allow applicants to become a senior KCAT and mentor other prospective KCATs.
MAKE A DIFFERENCE
"I like to make a difference in people´s lives, promoting awareness and education to help them move and feel better in their own body"
CARLA DANIELLE CHAGAS