The SCCC is not an everyday certification. To commit to, and complete, the entire process of the certification is no easy task. Once it is earned, it is of utmost importance to maintain it by earning all continuing education units required by the CSCCa.
As the CSCCa moves forward, I want to share some thoughts on our ever changing and growing profession. Let’s talk about how to promote CSCCa certifications in your own department.
As we in the CSCCa national office have had a chance to decompress and absorb all the things that went on at the 2022 CSCCa National Conference, I want to take some time to share some ideas with you and ask you for feedback.
Hello everyone, and welcome to June! I first want to thank all who attended the 2022 CSCCa National Conference. What a great turnout, and wonderful success. We were excited to hold our first full in person conference since 2019. We were only 200 attendees away from the largest crowd we have ever hosted. To those of you that came, we thank you.
Hello CSCCa members, and Happy April! I trust you all are having a great spring, and your teams are doing well. As we get closer to the 2022 CSCCa National Conference, I want to touch on a few points.
Before we dive into the monthly CEO message, I want to take some time to touch on this year’s CSCCa National Conference. There are lots of exciting “FIRSTS” to cover with regards to this year’s conference.
Twenty years ago, the focus of the CSCCa was to “make a better life for the strength and conditioning coach.” That broad statement covers a lot of ground. In the last two decades, our profession, along with collegiate athletics as a whole, has changed drastically many times over.
This time of year brings about a lot of transition! As we look forward to 2022, we should all give strong consideration to not only what we as a profession can do better, but also what you as an individual can do to improve our profession.