CSCCa SCCC Certification

CSCCa SCCC Strength and Conditioning Certification

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  • NCCA-approved strength and conditioning certification
  • Requires college degree and CPR/AED certification
  • Includes 640-hour practicum or internship program, a written certification exam, and a practical exam before a panel
  • Participants must be current strength and conditioning coaches or students studying to be coaches
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Pros & Cons

What we like ...
  • Extensive program
  • Highly regarded certification in strength and conditioning
  • NCCA-accredited
What needs improvement ...
  • Extremely stringent requirements
  • Expensive
  • Cannot hold dual certifications in other fields

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CPR/AED license, college degree, current strength and conditioning coach or student

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      One of the most stringent certification programs in the field of collegiate strength and conditioning is the SCCC, provided by the Collegiate Strength and Conditioning Coaches association. The certification has a three-pronged approach to its certification: a 640-hour internship, plus a written and practical exam. In addition, the certification is available only to current strength and conditioning coaches, or students studying to become coaches.