The TSAC-F® examination is based upon the critical knowledge, skills, and abilities (KSA’s) needed to physically train military, fire and rescue, law enforcement, protective services, and other emergency personnel. These KSA’s are developed following a job task analysis and are used to create the TSAC-F Detailed Content Outline (DCO). To support individuals seeking certification as a Tactical Strength and Conditioning Facilitator, the NSCA has developed a number of optional preparatory materials. These materials are not required nor should they be considered as the sole resources for the exam. The purchase of these materials by exam candidates does not guarantee a passing score.
This comprehensive information emerges from what is called the TSAC-F Examination Detailed Content Outline (DCO) and was derived from a nationwide job task analysis study of TSAC facilitators. Any concept not addressed on the DCO will not be included on the exam; conversely, any concept listed in the DCO is a potential content area to test a candidate's knowledge. In addition to the description of TSAC-F exam content, this booklet includes study questions that will assist prospective exam candidates to determine their level of preparedness. A comprehensive list of references and other study resources is provided at the end of this booklet if further review is needed.Learn More
This comprehensive resource explains the key theories, concepts, and scientific principles of strength and conditioning professionals working with military, fire and rescue, law enforcement, protective services, and other emergency personnel. Authored by subject matter experts in the field of tactical strength and conditioning, this text was developed to support the learning process of those seeking to work as a TSAC-Facilitator.Learn More
The TSAC-F Exam Prep Online will provide you with a series of modules that review the knowledge, skills, and abilities most commonly tested on the TSAC-F exam.Learn More
Domain-specific practice questions are available to help candidates become familiar with the type, scope, and difficulty of the questions on the TSAC-F Certification exam. The questions assist in developing a better understanding of the content and help to assess a candidate’s relative strengths and weaknesses.Learn More
The NSCA’s Tactical Strength and Conditioning Practitioners Course is a foundational strength and conditioning program designed to provide tactical facilitators with the tools to decrease injury risk and increase longevity and effectiveness of tactical athletes. The course includes 32 hours of classroom and hands-on instruction, a 300-page course manual, exam prep materials and fees, a one-year professional membership, a certificate of completion, and exclusive discounts to the TSAC Annual Training.Learn More