The United States Registry of Exercise Professionals® (USREPS®), operated by CREP®, lists the currently certified professionals from member organizations.
Currently, USREPS® has over 150,000 active credentials.
Current NCCA-Accredited Certifications Offered by CREP® Member Organizations
|Level||Certification Code||Certification Description||Organization|
|Personal Trainer||CPT||Certified Personal Trainer||American Council on Exercise|
|Personal Trainer||CPT||Certified Personal Trainer||American College of Sports Medicine|
|Personal Trainer||CPT||Certified Personal Trainer||National Council on Strength and Fitness|
|Personal Trainer||CPT||Certified Personal Trainer||National Strength and Conditioning Association|
|Personal Trainer||NCPT||Nationally Certified Pilates Teacher||National Pilates Certification Program|
|Group Fitness||GFI||Group Fitness Instructor||American Council on Exercise|
|Advanced||CMES||Certified Medical Exercise Specialist||American Council on Exercise|
|Advanced||CEP||Certified Clinical Exercise Specialist||American College of Sports Medicine|
|Advanced||EP-C||ACSM Certified Exercise Physiologist||American College of Sports Medicine|
|Advanced||RCEP||Registered Clinical Exercise Physiologist||American College of Sports Medicine|
|Advanced||CSCS||Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist||National Strength and Conditioning Association|
|Advanced||TSAC-F||Tactical Strength and Conditioning Facilitator||National Strength and Conditioning Association|
|Advanced||SCCC||Strength and Conditioning Coach Certified||Collegiate Strength and Conditioning Coaches association|
|Advanced||CSC||Certified Strength Coach||National Council on Strength and Fitness|
Newly certified exercise professionals are added to the Registry once vetted through the member organization. The Registry represents qualified professionals from member organizations only and therefore should not be considered a comprehensive resource to identify all exercise professionals with NCCA-accredited certifications. For a comprehensive list of NCCA-accredited exercise certification programs please visit: www.credentialingexcellence.org
How to get registered
Anyone who earns an NCCA accredited or ISO 17024-compliant certification from a member organization will be registered for the particular qualifying role in USREPS® automatically and free of charge.
Maintaining the NCCA or ISO 17024-compliant credential in good standing with the member organization will ensure ongoing registration. Those individuals that fail to renew their certifications with a member organization will be removed from the registry the day of expiration.
For more information, contact the office.