Volunteer with CASCE to make a difference in the quality of strength and conditioning education.
In July 2018, the NSCA announced a change to the eligibility rules for the Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist® (CSCS®) exam. Beginning in 2030 (target date), candidates will be required to graduate with a bachelor’s degree in a strength and conditioning-related field, from a program accredited by an NSCA-approved accrediting agency.
In line with this initiative, the Council on Accreditation of Strength and Conditioning Education (CASCE, pronounced "kass-key") was formed to serve the need for for strength and conditioning programmatic accreditation. CASCE has since begun awarding accreditation to qualified programs.
Like most nonprofits, CASCE is driven by volunteer leaders in partnership with our Board or Directors and staff to help fulfill our vision. We are always looking for passionate professionals dedicated to improving the quality of strength and conditioning education.
There are no CASCE opportunities at this time.