Do you want professional recognition in the fitness industry? If the first thought comes into your mind as “YES,” then you’re in for a treat.
NCCPT is here with great news for fitness aspirants.
Recently, the NCCPT received national accreditation for their Certified Group Exercise Instructor, Certified Indoor Cycling Instructor, Certified Yoga Instructor and Certified Strength Training Specialist programs for a five-year period, expiring May 28, 2024, by the reputable National Commission for Certifying Agencies. It’s interesting to know that NCCPT is providing the highest quality fitness education by making the best resources available relating to personal training, anatomy, program design and much more.
Here are four reasons why NCCPT accredited certifications will make you stand out in the fitness industry:
- NCCA Accredited Courses: NCCA is the accrediting body of the Institute for Credentialing Excellence. This ensures that the highest quality fitness certification programs are provided by NCCPT. In addition, NCCPT assures that the fitness professionals have the quality education they need. Their earning potential and hirability increases with these prestigious distinctions.
- Ensures the Highest Quality Education in the Industry: The NCCPT training certifications were built on the fundamental idea that with the right education, fitness professionals can inspire change by using every resource within reach and not be confined to any “one” system of training. The education system provides the knowledge and skills and abilities to create change with every client, using science as your method.
- Four New Accreditations Added to the Laurels: To get accredited with NCCA standards, the programs need to be evaluated by compliance with 23 standards, which is a rigorous process.
- Top Guns Inspire to Bring Change: The top guns from the fitness industry are here to inspire you to bring a transformational change in yourself and in the lives of your clients. John Platero, Tom Delong, Desi Bartlett and Scott Gaines will guide you through the fundamentals of functional, exercise physiology, nutrition, flexibility and program design. Once you pass the final exam, you will be awarded the certificate of completion.
This is a game changer for the industry. People exercising in groups don’t get the same supervision as one-on-one training. Yoga is an ancient art form that has been practiced for thousands of years. Our modern-day lifestyles and the associated postural deviations should be taken into consideration when teaching Yoga. Indoor cycling has become so competitive, companies are innovating and asking participants to do a lot more than pedaling. Yoga, Indoor Cycling and Group Exercise are so popular and beneficial that it’s important to create a basic standard of care to safeguard the public. The NCCA helps establish these standards and for us at the NCCPT — it’s our mission to determine entry-level competence of the fitness professional who will provide safe and effective fitness programs to the public.”
— John Platero, CEO, NCCPT.
It’s time to celebrate for all the fitness professionals because the NCCPT amazing courses have gotten nationally accredited by NCCA. Also, starting June 3- 30th, 2019 onward, you can have a 25% discount on any of these newly accredited programs (Group Exercise, Indoor cycling, Yoga and Strength Training Courses). Use Promo Code: ACCREDITED.