Continuing Education Home Study Courses
Continuing Education Courses (CEC) are offered as Home Correspondence Courses to obtain Continuing Education Credits for re-certification. You do not have to be certified to take a course. The CEC Home Correspondence Course includes all study materials and exam. Home Study Continuing Education Courses are to be completed within a 90 day time period. Complete the course and mail your exam to the address provided. You may also e-mail or fax your exam for immediate results. Once you have completed your exam successfully, you will receive a certificate for continuing education credit.
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Gluten-free? Low fat? High protein Paleo? It's a jungle out there when it comes to deciding what dietary advice will help clients best achieve optimal health, longevity and well-being. In this course,...
Do you want to learn how to maximize your earning potential? The challenge of being a full-time fitness professional is having only three times a day when most people are available to work with a trai...
Summary:Healthcare professionals must go beyond simply recognizing different cultural norms and practices in the workplace. They must integrate culturally appropriate interventions when working with c...
This is a state of the art guide to developing individualized Training programs for both athletes and fitness enthusiasts. Includes new studies and current research findings on resistance training and...
Master the Art of Training Clients with DiabetesMore than 30 million Americans have diabetes—and another 84 million have prediabetes, according to the Centers for Disease Control. That’s o...
Be a Leader in the Fight Against DiabetesMore than 30 million Americans have diabetes—and another 84 million have prediabetes, according to the Centers for Disease Control. That’s one in e...
Help Your Clients Fight Diabetes with MovementMore than 30 million Americans have diabetes—and another 84 million have prediabetes, according to the Centers for Disease Control. That’s one...
This course will provide a clear explanation of the types of diabetes and their
treatments, essentials on tailoring an effective exercise program to fit your or
your client's capabilities, guideli...
Summary:This substantial revision focuses on new International Olympic Committee recommendations for carbohydrate and protein intake and timing, and explains the 2010 Dietary Guidelines and new MyPlat...
Summary: Plant foods are a hot topic again, this time for the protective benefits of their fiber. We know that plant foods are low in calories and rich in micronutrients and phytochemicals, encou...
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