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Earn Continuing Education Credit

At the conclusion of each of our "live" continuing education programs or webinars you will receive a certificate of completion. This certificate should be submitted to your certifying organization to document your attendance. Recertification procedures vary from organization to organization; for specific details, contact your certifying organization directly.

Each of our two-hour continuing education programs has been approved for continuing education credit as shown below. To calculate the credits you will earn, multiply the number of classes you will take by the credits awarded by your certifying organization.

0.2 ACE*
2.0 ACSM*
2.0 ADA*
2.0 AEA
2.0 AFAA
2.0 AFPA
2.0 AMFPT
2.0 BOC
2.0 CDR*
0.2 CSCS
2.0 IFPA
2.0 ISSA
0.2 NASM
2.0 NATA
0.2 NCCPT
1 .0 NCSF
2.0 NETA
0.2 NESTA
0.2 NFPT
0.2 NSCA-CPT
2.0 NSPA
2.0 SCW-EDU
0.2 SFA
2.0 WITS

* Exercise ETC is recognized by the American Council on Exercise as a continuing education provider.

* The American College of Sports Medicine's Professional Education Committee certifies that Exercise ETC meets the criteria for official ACSM Approved Provider status from 2011 - 2014.

* NDEITA/NETA: These organizations do not independently approve Exercise ETC programs but they will accept any programs that are approved by ACE.

* Dietetic Professionals: Live conference and webinars may be eligible for CPEUs for RDs and DTRs dependent on the course topic. Please email us for verification at: info@exerciseetc.com

Registered Dietitians

Exercise ETC has successfully met all 11 standards to become a Continuing Professional Education (CPE) Accredited Provider. The accreditation period is effective until June, 2015.

Teachers, Therapists, Nurses

Exercise ETC CE’s are typically accepted by most professional organizations upon submission of your certificate of completion, a course syllabus and presenter credentials.

Scope of Practice

Exercise ETC educational programs adhere to the scope of practice guidelines established by NSCA, the National Strength & Conditioning Association. These guidelines state that Fitness Professionals,

"… using an individualized approach, assess, motivate, educate and train clients regarding their health and fitness needs. They design safe and effective exercise programs, provide the guidance to help clients achieve their personal health/fitness goals and respond appropriately in emergency situations. Recognizing their own area of expertise, (Fitness Professionals) refer clients to other health care professionals when appropriate.”



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