The United States Registry of Exercise Professionals® (USREPS®), operated by CREP®, lists the currently certified professionals from member organizations.
Currently, USREPS® has over 150,000 active credentials.
|Current NCCA-Accredited Certifications Offered by CREP® Member Organizations|
|Level||Certification Code||Certification Description||Organization|
|Personal Trainer||CPT||Certified Personal Trainer||American Council on Exercise|
|Personal Trainer||CPT||Certified Personal Trainer||American College of Sports Medicine|
|Personal Trainer||CPT||Certified Personal Trainer||National Council on Strength and Fitness|
|Personal Trainer||CPT||Certified Personal Trainer||National Strength and Conditioning Association|
|Personal Trainer||NCPT||Nationally Certified Pilates Teacher||National Pilates Certification Program|
|Group Fitness||GFI||Group Fitness Instructor||American Council on Exercise|
|Advanced||CMES||Certified Medical Exercise Specialist||American Council on Exercise|
|Advanced||CEP|| Certified Clinical Exercise Specialist||American College of Sports Medicine|
|Advanced||EP-C||ACSM Certified Exercise Physiologist||American College of Sports Medicine|
|Advanced||RCEP||Registered Clinical Exercise Physiologist||American College of Sports Medicine|
|Advanced||CSCS||Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist||National Strength and Conditioning Association|
|Advanced||TSAC-F||Tactical Strength and Conditioning Facilitator||National Strength and Conditioning Association|
|Advanced||SCCC||Strength and Conditioning Coach Certified||Collegiate Strength and Conditioning Coaches association|
|Advanced||CSC||Certified Strength Coach||National Council on Strength and Fitness|
aNewly 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 or ISO 17024-compliant certifications. For a comprehensive list of NCCA-accredited or ISO 17024-compliant exercise certification programs please visit: www.credentialingexcellence.org
NCCA-accredited exercise certification programs must meet the standards set forth to assess professional competence as outlined
here by NCCA.
How to get registered
Anyone who earns an NCCA accredited or ISO 17024-compliant certification from a member organization will be registered for the particular qualifying role in USREPS® automatically and free of charge.
Maintaining the NCCA or ISO 17024-compliant credential in good standing with the member organization will ensure ongoing registration. Those individuals that fail to renew their certifications with a member organization will be removed from the registry the day of expiration.
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