Newbury Park, CA: The National Council for Certified Personal Trainers Every week, one lucky individual wins a free personal training course to begin their career in health and fitness. Many prospective students want to start a career in personal training but don't have the financial capabilities to purchase a personal trainer certification course.
The NCCPT in celebration of its twenty-year anniversary is providing deserving students a chance to win a Certification package by sharing an active photo and presenting three reasons why they want to be a personal trainer.
Passing a personal training certification is the minimum requirement for individuals who want to enter into the fitness industry and become personal trainers.
The NCCPT has sought to ensure their certification course exceeds the educational requirements to achieve national recognition and accreditation through both the NBFE and the NCCA while maintaining a more affordable entry into the fitness industry. According to John Platero, CEO of NCCPT, "We have enjoyed twenty years of the good fortune to educate thousands of fitness enthusiasts who enter this industry determined to change lives. With the state of obesity in our country, we truly believe we need more passionate and enthusiastic fitness professionals now more than ever. We have the unique ability to provide those who are passionate about health and fitness the chance to get started on their career for free. How better to celebrate our twenty years in business!"
How to enter: Go to the NCCPT FB page https://www.facebook.com/NCCPT, find the Free Certification post and provide a photo with three reasons you want to become a Certified Personal Trainer. The best posts, as determined by the NCCPT team will be chosen to win a Free CPT Online Premium Course.
About the NCCPT: The National Council for Certified Personal Trainers (NCCPT) was started in Southern California in April of 1995. The NCCPT prides itself on presenting the science of personal training in a very practical, applicable manner, providing the student with the main concepts of how to conduct themselves as professional personal trainers.