Are you a fitness professional working in a health club or other community setting? Pursue a Certified Personal Trainer® (CPT), Certified Exercise Physiologist (EP-C) or Certified Group Exercise InstructorSM (GEI) credential. Whether your goal is to train one-on-one or to instruct groups, those who are certified are able to develop and implement safe, effective exercise programs, and modify them to meet the specific needs of clients.
Learn about the different ACSM Certifications and discover which one is right for you!
Are you a clinical professional who provides clients with therapeutic physical activity? The Certified Clinical Exercise Physiologist (CEP) and Registered Clinical Exercise Physiologist® (RCEP) credential you to provide exercise management, testing and training to your clients in a clinical setting.
Already have an NCCA accredited certification? Add a specialty certification to broaden your expertise. ACSM's specialty certifications consist of the Exercise is Medicine® Credential, ACSM/ACS Certified Cancer Exercise Trainer (CET), ACSM/NCHPAD Certified Inclusive Fitness Trainer (CIFT) and ACSM/NPAS Physical Activity in Public Health Specialist (PAPHS). These credentials allow practitioners to work with clients with special needs.