The National Council for Certified Personal Trainers requires trainers to renew every two years in order to keep up with the industry standards by completing CEU's, or Continuing Education Units. To renew your certification and continue with your personal fitness career, you must meet the following requirements within your certification's active dates:
|Certification||Renewal CEU Requirements|
|Certified Personal Trainer||2.0|
|Certified Powerlifting Instructor||2.0|
|Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist||2.0|
|Certified Yoga Instructor||1.5|
|Certified Group Exercise Instructor||1.5|
|Certified Senior Fitness Specialist||1.0|
|Certified Flexibility Specialist||1.0|
|Certified Weight Management Specialist||1.0|
|Certified Indoor Cycling Instructor||1.0|
|Certified Youth Fitness Specialist||1.0|
|Certified Kickboxing Instructor||1.0|
CPR. Proof of completion of a CPR Trainer Certification course must be submitted.
Renewal Form. When everything is completed, download the form, fill it out and send it to NCCPT, then move forward with your personal fitness career!
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Pay your renewal fee on or before your expiration date. Our current renewal fee is $75 if paid on time, $100 if paid after your expiration date.
Below is a current list of NCCPT downloadable renewal forms in PDF format.
Your Personal Training Certificate must be renewed every two years.
The fee to renew on or before your expiration date is $75. After your expiration date, you have a 30 day grace period during which you can still renew, however, the late renewal fee is $100. Paying the renewal fee does not automatically renew your certification. You must also provide Continuing Education Units as well as proof an updated CPR card. You can download the Recertification Packet for more detailed information.Buy Now
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