The National Council for Certified Personal Trainers Obtains Accreditation From The NCCA (National Commission For Certifying Agencies)
The NCCPT has obtained what is recognized as the fitness industry standard in accreditation from The NCCA.
- Ventura, CA (1888PressRelease) July 22, 2010 - After 15 years in business and over 8000 personal trainers certified, the NCCPT has achieved what has become the "industry standard" in accreditation as recommended by IRHSA (International Health, Racquet and Sportsclub Association). The NCCA's Standards exceed the requirements set forth by the American Psychological Association and the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission.
The NCCPT is only the 13th personal training certification company to receive this high standard of accreditation. "13 has always been my lucky number," says John Platero, the Director of Education. "We feel we're the most practical entry-level and cost-effective certification available for people wanting to enter the field of personal training.
Clubs are always in need of personal trainers. The NCCPT cannot only certify new personal trainers but actually removes the painstaking process of finding personal trainers by acting as a recruiting service for sports clubs as well.
Commercial facilities are constantly in jeopardy of litigious actions from their members and the public. There is an "industry standard" for fitness equipment . Each piece must be approved by the American Society of Testing Methods (ASTM). "The NCCA accreditation has become the industry standard for personal trainer certification and after a very extensive process, the NCCPT has met that standard. Certified personal trainers are the assets of a personal training department. We've been providing these assets for 15 years. We're looking forward to increasing our relationships with commercial health clubs in recruiting and providing those assets, plus an additional "peace of mind" they both need and deserve."
For more information go to www.NCCPT.com