Insurance Coverage | Online Live Virtual Leading & Training

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Insurance Coverage | Online Live Virtual Leading & Training

Insurance Coverage | Online Live Virtual Leading & Training

*Available for AFLCA Certified Leaders, Trainers, Assistant Trainers, and Certified Fitness Trainers.

AFLCA Insurance for live virtual class delivery and out of Canada participants

All currently certified AFLCA members who are engaged in any online/virtual training and/or leading classes would need to purchase added insurance coverage.

This additional Insurance coverage includes:

  • AFLCA insured members working virtually - part time, full time or contract.There are no limits on annual revenue for this insurance add on.
  • For AFLCA members that have already purchased the virtual insurance premium – coverage is extended to April 30, 2021.
  • Virtual insurance purchased is valid until April 30, 2021. 
  • AFLCA certification must be kept current. If AFLCA certification expires – insurance is void.
  • Coverage is available for an additional premium of $15 (includes gst and fees) or $5 million coverage for $25 for AFLCA Personal Trainers only

*Participants and clients living outside of Canada – AFLCA virtual insurance is valid however, there are differences and restrictions to adhere

- Services outside Canada must be less than 10% of total operations / revenues
– No marketing or advertising outside of Canada
– Client or participants must be existing ones from Canada, who are temporarily out of the country
– Any claim or suit has to be filed within Canada

  • AFLCA certified professionals will be required to only work with existing participants/clients. Any new participants/clients must complete a PAR-Q+ and informed consent form
  • Leaders must use an online platform where participants need to login or register or by maintaining a list of all participants attending your sessions electronically or paper copy. Record keeping is important.
  • Music copyright and license rules should also be observed.
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