How to Report CEUs
  • How to Report CEUs
    The NSCA automatically records many of your CEUs, but also offer convenient online CEU reporting through your My Account page. Read on for more information on how to report your CEUs and stay on top of recording your continuning education achievements.
  • CEU Reporting

    The online CEU reporting process is a convenient way to review, record, and edit CEU activities. 

      Online reporting allows certified individuals to: 

    • View certification summaries
    • CEUs required
    • Category maximums
    • Certification number
    • Certification expiration date
    • Track accumulated CEUs
    • Record and edit CEUs
    • Submit the recertification fees


    Automatically Recorded CEUs
    The NSCA office automatically records many CEUs, including CEUs earned by:

    checkmark  Attending or presenting at NSCA events
    checkmark  Authoring articles for NSCA publications
    checkmark  Participating on NSCA committees
    checkmark  Obtained a second NSCA certification

    How Do I Report my CEUs?
    1. Login to My Account to see what CEUs you still need to earn.
    2. Visit the Continuing Education page to view opportunities to earn the CEUs you need.
    3. Report the CEUs you earn by using the “Report Now” button.
    4. Pay the recertification fee on the report page to complete the process.

    Note: It is the responsibility of each certified individual to maintain a record of all documentation for completed activities.

    What if I Hold Multiple Certifications?
    If you hold multiple credentials, the same policies and procedures apply. You do not, however, need to submit 6.0 CEUs separately for each certification. For example, if you became CSCS and NSCA-CPT certified before January 1, 2018, you are only required to submit a total of 6.0 CEUs for the 2018-2020 reporting period. A more complex scenario exists if you became CSCS and NSCA-CPT certified at different times during the 2018-2020 reporting period. Special attention must be paid to the dates on your certificates to assure that the required CEUs are completed after those dates. Certificants are encouraged to contact NSCA if there is confusion regarding recertification requirements.