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Springfield College Strength and Conditioning accepted into ERP

March 5, 2015 |

The Springfield College Strength and Conditioning Graduate Program will participate in the National Strength and Conditioning Association Education Recognition Program for another three years.
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SPRINGFIELD – The Springfield College Strength and Conditioning Graduate Program has once again received acceptance into the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA) Education Recognition Program (ERP) for the next three years.

“The graduate strength and conditioning program provides challenging academic coursework combined with internship opportunities that in many instances lead to student employment,” Springfield College Dean of the School of Health, Physical Education and Recreation Tracey Matthews said. “Dr. Brian Thompson has built a stellar program and this achievement is evidence of the commitment and passion our faculty place in our graduate programs. We are extremely proud of this recognition. This further affirms the strength of our program.”

A new benefit of having ERP acceptance will be the opportunity for Springfield College to host an Exam Prep Live Clinic providing students a comprehensive review of information most relevant to the certified strength and conditioning specialist (CSCS) and the national strength and condition association-certified personal trainer (NSCA-CPT) exams.  As a NSCA Exam Prep Live Clinic host school, Springfield College students would be able to take advantage of a discounted rate when registering for the exam, as well as discounted rates on all CSCS and NSCA-CPT exams.

Additional benefits for the College resulting from the ERP acceptance include: a strong presence on the NSCA’s official website, a listing in the NSCA membership newsletter that is distributed to professional and associate members, and the opportunity for the College to receive up to three complimentary career postings on the NSCA.com career resources page for the three-year period.

The Springfield College Strength and Conditioning Graduate Program prepares students to work with athletes as strength and conditioning coaches in secondary school, collegiate, professional, and private settings. Students develop the skills and knowledge needed to design physiologically sound programs that enhance athletic performance, as well as the coaching skills needed to implement the programs. Coursework is both practical and research based and all students will complete multiple fieldwork experiences.

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