Continuing Education from Training & Conditioning
Training & Conditioning offers sports medicine and strength/conditioning professionals the opportunity to earn continuing education units by taking home study courses that are directly related to the Training & Conditioning issues. Athletic Trainers can earn these valuable CEUs by reading an issue of Training & Conditioning and taking the CEU quiz that correlates to that issue.
Our issue home study sources can be submitted to the BOC for CEUs under Category D, earning you 2.0 CEUs per issue and up to 28.0 CEUs (equates to 14 home study courses of Training & Conditioning issues). Please also note that our issue home study courses can also be submitted to the NSCA for .2 CEUs.
Earn your CEU in 4 steps:
Step 1: Pick a Training & Conditioning issue
Step 2: View and read through the articles (issues will open in a separate browser tab)
Step 3: Purchase and take the quiz*
Step 4: Earn your CEU and submit to the appropriate organization
*Each quiz is $25 and correlates to one issue. To take multiple quizzes, please be sure to add each one to your cart separately under the “Issues & Quizzes” tab above. It may take up to an hour for the quiz to appear in your account. Upon completion of a quiz, the results will be confirmed, and a certificate will be sent via email. Once you have received the certificate, you can then submit to the appropriate organization.
If you have questions about this program or your account, please email us.
About Training & Conditioning
Training & Conditioning is the trade magazine for the professionals who work with 8.4 million competitive athletes, getting them ready to compete at their very best. The magazine’s circulation consists of athletic trainers, strength & conditioning coaches, sports medicine professionals, sports nutritional professionals, and fitness directors who work with professional, college, high school, and top amateur athletes. Training & Conditioning is the trade magazine for members of eight associations in this field, including the National Athletic Trainers Association, National Strength & Conditioning Association and Collegiate Strength & Conditioning Coaches association.