Exciting Continuing Education Offer

August 8, 2018

Training & Conditioning is pleased to announce a new Continuing Education Program (CEP) for its subscribers. The T&C CEP is designed to help you improve operations and further your career — while earning the CEUs your job may require.

Joining the T&C CEP gives you access to the following career-relevant resources:

• Webinar library with sessions focusing on latest research and ways to improve the way you work with athletes

• Free access to the existing T&C CEU courses tied to magazine issues

• Weekly newsletter on new developments in injury treatment and prevention

• Weekly newsletter on new ways to strength train and condition your athletes

Introductory Cost: $90

Your $90 annual fee covers unlimited access to issue and webinar courses available for CEU credit.

As an additional benefit, your initial program period will be extended to give you 4 free months, enabling you to access these resources through the end of the current reporting cycle—December 2019.

Webinar Program begins in September

The T&C CEP Webinar Series begins in September with a webinar on “Targeting the Brain During Rehab,” presented by Dustin Grooms, PhD, ATC, CSCS, Assistant Professor in the Division of Athletic Training at Ohio University.  The presentation will be available both live (date and time to be announced soon) and on demand.

The webinar scheduled for October is on “Transitioning the High School Athlete to the College Level.”  There will be co-presenters: John McKenna, Strength Coach at Notre Dame High School in Lawrenceville, N.J.; and Dave Lawson, MS, SCCC, Director of Sports Performance for Olympic Sports at Virginia Military Institute.

A third webinar on “Preventing Sexual Harassment in Athletics,” will be presented by Aaron Boe, MSEd, creator of Culture Strength’s Complete Strength™ System, which is designed to help athletics departments and sports organizations prevent harm and prepare athletes for positive lives.  The date and time for the live event will be announced soon.

For more information, visit Training-ConditioningCEU.com or click here to sign up. 

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