In order to be eligible for membership, a certification organization must meet the following criteria:
- Be engaged in the fitness business
- Offer no less than one current certification program accredited by the National Commission for Certifying Agencies (“NCCA”) for an exercise professional role defined by the U.S. Department of Labor
- Provide certifications or credentials (A) which are NCCA accredited, (B) are in the process of receiving NCCA accreditation or (C) for which an NCCA-accredited certification serves as a prerequisite
The United States Registry of Exercise Professionals® will display all of the current NCCA-accredited certifications that an individual holds from member organizations. No specialty certifications or other credentials will be listed on the Registry.
At this time, individual membership is not offered. Member organizations are required to pay dues and registration fees to support the Registry and the other work of the Coalition.
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The Coalition for the Registration of Exercise Professionals® (CREP®) makes every effort to ensure the accuracy of the information displayed on The United States Registry of Exercise Professionals® (USREPS®). If you believe a listing of a registered professional to be inaccurate, please contact the certification organization directly.
Newly certified exercise professionals are added to the Registry once vetted through the member organization. The Registry represents qualified professionals from member organizations only and therefore should not be considered a comprehensive resource to identify all exercise professionals with NCCA-accredited certifications. For a comprehensive list of NCCA-accredited exercise certification programs please visit:
For information on individual registration please contact us at