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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Help overhead throwing athletes avoid shoulder issues with these exercises for improved strength and range of motion.
Too often the primary prevention and management of diabetes is only one-dimensional – food. In order to guide clients affected by diabetes most effectively, it’s important to take a whole-...
This manual provides a collection of 15 award-winning fitness programs for older adults. The ideas and activities are presented in a consistent and easy-to-understand format. Directions for implemen...
Summary:Obesity affects the entire scope of a person’s life, including health, social relationships, self-image, and psychological well-being. Obesity rates in the United States remain the highe...
Summary:The health of our society depends on professionals having current, practical information on weight management, and the confidence to make effective recommendations and judgments. More than 365...
This course will explain the link between nutrition and athletic performance.
Summary:Once viewed as a problem only associated with body builders, Olympians and professional athletes, performance-enhancing drug abuse is no longer confined to these groups. In addition to those t...
Here is the essential information for designing, implementing, and managing an aquatic therapy program. This complete guide to the aquatic treatment of orthopedic injuries addresses topics ranging fro...
How many people do you know who eat when they are stressed? In this course, we will take an in-depth look at what science has to say about our eating behaviors, the role our hormones play and how we c...
Age-related muscular weakness, inflexibility, and motor control impairment all contribute to falling as we age. Research has demonstrated that a high level of physical fitness provides an effective st...
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