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Resources

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Find supplemental information about CASCE as well as answers to the most frequently asked questions about accreditation.

Apply for CASCE

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We are excited about your interest in CASCE accreditation. Your application is the first step in the accreditation process.

The Process

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The step-by-step CASCE accreditation process

Why CASCE

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Accreditation adds value to a program and institution. CASCE accreditation is chosen by programs looking to be seen as a leader in strength and conditioning education. The high-level quality assurance of accreditation provides students (prospective, current, and graduates) the confidence in their choice of institution. And ultimately, only graduates of CASCE accredited programs will qualify to sit for the Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) exam. This ensures that the industry is supplied with professionals who know how to safeguard their athletes from unnecessary injury, while elevating the credibility and necessity of the profession in the eyes of the public.

Athlete Safety

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The top concern of strength coaches should always be athlete safety. For this reason, the NSCA has compiled a list of resources to raise the standard of care when working as a strength coach at any level. By reading and sharing these examples of standards and guidelines, policies and procedures, position statements on vital topics, mental health best practices, and more, strength coaches can push to increase the safety of athletes around the world.

Reporting Errors

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This page contains instructions for reporting copyright violations as well as errors that may require retraction or correction.

Standards Survey

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In July, the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA) announced that by 2030 (target date) the eligibility for the Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist® (CSCS®) examination will require candidates to gradate with a bachelor’s degree in a strength and conditioning related field, from a program accredited by an NSCA-approved accrediting agency.

Accreditation Volunteer Leadership Positions

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These are extremely important positions with a considerable amount of work to be completed in the next few years. If you are passionate about the future of the profession and have the time and ability to serve, we encourage you to apply.

Tools and Resources

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In support of your professional growth, the NSCA provides members evidenced-based tools and resources. Stay ahead of the rest and promote best practices through these carefully-selected resources.

Trainer Tips

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Are you looking for research-based infographics you can use to educate your clients and athletes? If you’re an NSCA member you can download these resources below, along with referenced discussion points.

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