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Fees

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Recertification fees are due on December 31, every three (3) years, and are required to maintain your NSCA certification. Professional and Student Membership renewal fees are due annually.

Navigating the Challenges of CASCE Accreditation

Answers to 7 common questions about CASCE accreditation and resources to clarify and streamline the process.

Crep/USREPS

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Why is the NSCA collaborating with CREP? The NSCA is dedicated to advocating for strength and conditioning professionals and advancing their careers. CREP’s mission is to secure recognition of registered exercise professionals for their distinct and impactful roles in medical, health, fitness, and sports performance fields, and we believe collaborating with CREP will help us in furthering the industry as a whole.

CREP Recognizes NSCA’s TSAC-F Credential

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OVERLAND PARK, KS – The Coalition for the Registry of Exercise Professionals (CREP) is pleased to announce the addition of the Tactical Strength and Conditioning Facilitator (TSAC-F) credential to its national registry for exercise professionals.

Earn NSCA CEU through Publications

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Advance the strength and conditioning profession while earning CEUs when you share your knowledge by getting published.

Why CASCE

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CASCE accreditation is chosen by programs looking to be seen as a leader in strength and conditioning education.

Sample Job Description - Full Time Strength and Conditioning Coach

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This sample job description is intended to be used as a starting point for creating a job description that is appropriate for your situation.

TSAC Practitioner of the Year Award

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This award is given to a TSAC educator and practitioner who has made noteworthy contribution to the teaching and practical application in the field of tactical strength training and conditioning. Qualified nominees must be a certified member of the NSCA with a CSCS AND TSAC-F certification.

History of CASCE

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The history of how CASCE was formed.

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