Can anyone tell me how CEU's work for the NSCA certification? I understand there are certain things you would have to do to retain your certification.
That is the link that I have been trying to comprehend, but I really don't understand how the CEU's work. Do you pay $30 everytime you get a CEU? Also, do you lose your certification if you do not meet these requirements? Is there a fee for recertification?
If someone could just break this down in layman's terms, that would be awesome. Reps for help.
Thread: CEU's for NSCA?
02-07-2010, 07:17 AM #1
CEU's for NSCA?NSCA-CPT
02-07-2010, 08:22 AM #2
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Hope that helps. There are a lot of really interesting CEU courses out there.
02-08-2010, 01:41 PM #3
So what does getting your CEU's actually require you to do? How often do you have to get them? I guess in turn I am asking how often to actually have to pay the $30? Essentially what I want to know is are getting your CEU's a continual pain in the ass even if you're interested in the material?NSCA-CPT
02-09-2010, 02:41 PM #4
I need six CEUs for a three year period (certified in 1999). I always get four of my credits from the quizzes. Before I had to purchase a membership to get their journal in take the quizzes. Now they offer the quizzes online so I don't have to buy the membership. I used to pay $15 per quiz but it looks like the fee is bumped up to $20 now. Quizzes are put into category B. Four credits is the most you can get from this category.
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