The one-semester Corrective Exercise Specialist Certificate prepares students to successfully prevent injuries and recondition clients of all levels. Students examine evidence-based approaches to corrective exercise and gain skills needed to develop and implement integrated strategies to improve common movement impairments.
Students who successfully complete the certificate are prepared for the Corrective Exercise Specialist credentialing examination offered by the National Academy of Sport Medicine.
To be eligible for this certificate, students must complete the Personal Fitness Trainer or Group Fitness Instructor certificate from Cincinnati State, or have a current nationally-accredited certificate in either Personal Training or Group Fitness.
Related ProgramsExercise Science (EXS)Personal Fitness Trainer Certificate (PFTC)Health and Fitness Special Populations Certificate (HFSPC)Yoga Teacher Training Certificate (YIC)
Graduates Are Prepared To
- Take the Corrective Exercise Specialist credentialing examination offered by the National Academy of Sport Medicine
Graduate Employment Outlook
According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, employment of fitness trainers and instructors is projected to grow 8 percent through 2024, about as fast as the average for all occupations. As businesses, government, and insurance organizations continue to recognize the benefits of health and fitness programs for employees, incentives to join gyms or other types of health clubs are expected to increase need for fitness trainers and instructors.
Graduate Starting Salary Projections
Effective 2020-2021 academic year
Corrective Exercise Specialist (CESC)
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