Continuing Education Reminders For The Current CEU Cycle

Current CEU Cycle (August 1, 2016-July 31, 2019):

As we approach the end of the first year of the current CEU Cycle, here are a few reminders:

  • It is recommended you complete 15 CEUs by July 31st each year.
  • If you participate in an event, course, or clinic and would like to obtain CEU credit, be sure to email the CSCCa National Office a course itinerary and verification of attendance.
  • Here is a list of some of the most common ways to obtain CEUs:

CSCCa Courses (1.0 CEU per course)


T&C Magazine Courses (1.0 CEU per course)

Gatorade Sports Science Institute Courses (1.0 CEU per course)

Upcoming Events (various)

You can find more information about various ways to obtain CEUs here.

If you have recently taken a CPR/First Aid/AED class, please be sure to submit a copy of the front and back of your updated certification to info@cscca.org. Because these certifications involve the demonstration of hands-on skills, courses approved and accepted by the CSCCa must include an in-person skills assessment. While it is acceptable to have a portion of these courses offered online, there must also be an in-class portion conducted by an instructor.

Please remember that the CSCCa National Office must have a CPR/First Aid/AED certification that is valid on July 31, 2019, for each SCCC Certified individual.

2016-17 CEU Reporting Fee:

All SCCC Certified individuals that were not in attendance at the 2017 CSCCa National Conference are responsible for paying the 2016-2017 CEU Reporting Fee. If applicable, you will be receiving an invoice for this in the coming weeks. CEU reporting fees are $20.00 per year for members, or $30.00 per year for non-members. Please note that these fees do not cover additional fees that are incurred as part of any other CEU component, for example, access to articles and videos.

2017 National Conference Presentations and CEU Courses:

The 2017 CSCCa National Conference Presentations will be available on the CSCCa website this month. Please check periodically, as new courses are added each week. The 2017 Health & Safety presentation by Ron Courson is now available. We ask that each of you review this course with your staff.

MSCC Applications:

The deadline for submitting the Master Strength & Conditioning Coach (MSCC) Application is December 1, 2017. Once an individual has been a full-time, collegiate and/or professional strength & conditioning coach for a minimum of 12 years, he/she is eligible to become a Master Strength & Conditioning Coach (MSCC). See the list of criteria that must be met below:

  • Active CSCCa Member In Good Standing
  • Strength & Conditioning Coach Certified (SCCC)
  • 12 Years Valid Employment History*
  • Payment of $160.00 Application Fee
  • Attendance at 2018 National Conference and MSCC Dinner & Ceremony

*Please note you must have 144 months of verified full-time employment as a strength & conditioning coach on the collegiate or professional level by December 31, 2017.

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