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Developing an Educational Culture

April 1, 2016

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Personal trainers and strength and conditioning coaches around the world are the frontline and display of any fitness facility. Common issues, such as sales techniques and member interaction/experience, can be qualities that are developed over time through employee education.

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Continuing Education

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In order to maintain a certification, the NSCA requires that all certificants complete a certain number of Continuing Education Units (CEUs) every three years.The purpose of continuing education is to require that certified individuals stay abreast of evolving knowledge and skills in the profession, and to promote the ongoing competency of those certified. Because scientific knowledge, training techniques, and equipment are continuously evolving in strength and conditioning, periodic reporting of continuing education is needed to ensure that certified individuals are continually competent.

Becoming a Collegiate Strength and Conditioning Coach

May 1, 2015

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Coach Favre speaks at the 2013 NSCA National Conference. In this first of four videos, he will go over some of the traits and abilities that make a good collegiate strength and conditioning coach, including communication, attention to detail, initiative, and integrity.

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Maintaining CSCS Status as a Health Care Professional

July 1, 2017

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Health-related professionals face a double burden – obtaining enough continuing education credits to maintain both their CSCS certification and their healthcare licensure. That’s quite the time and financial commitment – however, it is possible to find CEU opportunities that fulfill both requirements.

Education Overview

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Find educational articles and videos, learn more about programs offered by the NSCA, find information on CEUs and continuing education, prepare for exams, online exam preparation and more.

About CASCE

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The Council on Accreditation of Strength and Conditioning Education, commonly referred to as CASCE, is a nonprofit accrediting agency devoted to advancing the strength and conditioning profession. We provide accreditation to collegiate-level education programs specializing in strength and conditioning. We rely on peer-reviews by academic and industry professionals to assess standards of quality, ensuring relevant curriculum and effective instruction.

CEU Opportunities

Make the quality and convenient choice for continuing education with NSCA CEU opportunities. From industry-leading conferences and clinics to virtual events and on-demand options such as CEU quizzes, the NSCA offers a wide range of options to support your professional development. Filter by type, category, price, and more to find the right continuing education opportunities to maintain your CSCS, CSPS, NSCA-CPT, and TSAC-F certifications.

Your Feedback Matters

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First, thanks to thousands of you who have taken the time to respond to periodic questions we’ve sent your way. Our goal in this process has been to use your feedback to make the NSCA a better organization. We have followed up on that feedback with phone calls to many of you in order to better understand your needs and challenges. We want to continue this process and provide routine updates on some of the changes we have made to better serve your needs.

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