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Advance Your Career With an NSCA Certifications

NSCA certifications are for dedicated, knowledge-hungry, hardworking strength and conditioning professionals. When you have an NSCA credential on your resume you elevate yourself. You become the standard that employers seek when hiring strength and conditioning positions. NSCA certifications can help differentiate you from the competition while joining the ranks of some of the top experts in the industry. If you’re ready, rise to the occasion. Equip yourself with the tools needed to apply evidence-based research to positively impact the health, lives, and athletic performance of others.

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Report CEUs

Review, record, and edit your CEU activities and achievements.

Report CEUs

CEU Opportunities

Find live, in-person events and home study learning opportunities that qualify for NSCA-approved CEUs. These are valid toward recertification for all four NSCA certifications.

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Professional Development

Connect Locally

One of the greatest benefits of joining NSCA’s community of strength and conditioning professionals is access to a growing network of top strength coaches, personal trainers and others who share your passion for evidence-based best practices.

Job Board

Search or post strength and conditioning jobs on NSCA's Job Board.

Special Interest Groups

Make the most of your NSCA membership by engaging with others who share your interests through one or more Special Interest Groups (SIGs).
Scott Charland, MA, CSCS

Why be an NSCA Member?

"I stay an NSCA member for the relationships I have made and for opportunities to mentor young coaches."

NSCA Highlights

Cast Your Vote

NSCA Board & Committee Election

As a member, voting in the 2019 election allows you to shape the future of the NSCA. View candidate profiles and vote now.

Partners of Excellence

Partner with the NSCA Foundation

Make a difference in the lives of tomorrow’s leaders by becoming a Partner of Excellence! Learn more about this financial support and how you can directly advance practical applications of the strength and conditioning field.

Safe Return to Training

CSCCa and NSCA Consensus Guidelines

The CSCCa and NSCA have collaborated to create consensus guidelines recommending upper limits on the volume, intensity, and work:rest ratio during transition periods where athletes are more vulnerable to incidence of injury or death.

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