News from December 2019
December 31, 2019
Are you looking for opportunities to learn and earn professional development /continuing education credits to maintain your credentials?
All AFLCA continuing education opportunities are eligible for Continuing Education Credits (CECs)! There are many ways to obtain credits by attending conferences, workshops, other AFLCA specialty or designation courses, AFLCA programs (Ever Active Kids, Functional Independence Training, Aquatic Tethered Training), online learning (max 6 CECs awarded), and more.
December 1, 2019
Expand your personal training skills, scope of practice and insurance to confidently practice strength and conditioning training for youth and adult athletes in individual and team sport environments.
AFLCA Strength & Conditioning Trainer advanced accreditation is developed, written and reviewed by academic and athletic sport training faculty at University of Alberta Faculty of Kinesiology, Sport and Recreation and York University, Faculty of Kinesiology. Delivered by University of Alberta Athletics Head Sport Conditioning Coach, Michael Cook, and Director University of Alberta FKSR Sport and Health Assessment Centre, Alex Game. This is a two-day course, with a practical assessment and exam requirement.
Expand your career options to include opportunities as a qualified, insured, strength and conditioning trainer for youth and adults.
Qualifies for CSEP PDCs
prerequisite current AFLCA CFT or Equivalent certification
Dates: To be announced