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Certification for NCAA DI Coaches
through the NSCA
On April 24, 2014, the NCAA passed legislation requiring that all Division I Strength and Conditioning Coaches be certified by a nationally accredited organization effective August 1, 2015.

The National Strength and Conditioning Association's (NSCA) Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist® (CSCS) Certification fulfills NCAA requirements. The NSCA was established in 1978 to serve the needs of strength and conditioning coaches, and the CSCS earned accreditation in 1993. The NSCA offers coaches:

  • Unmatched flexibility through computer-based exams
  • Convenience to schedule on your own time to decide what fits best with your busy schedule
  • Exam preparation resources
In order to help you best prepare for the CSCS exam, the NSCA provides a wide variety of exam preparation materials including:
Get certified with the best. Register for the CSCS Exam today and discover all that the NSCA offers to help you succeed.

As the worldwide leader in the industry, the NSCA is committed to providing certified professionals and members with continuing education opportunities to help maintain certification over a career and to keep professionals on the cutting edge of performance science breakthroughs.