To help aspiring personal trainers choose the best personal training credential, we have agreed to compile a list of (mostly) objective requirements for which we believe trainers are most involved. Although there is really no "best personal trainer credential," there are different variables that can align more with other individuals. Linked to Personal Trainer Courses: 5 Ways to Become a Trainer Thus, we gathered the following considerations based on input from current personal trainers and find as much data as possible to measure our research.
Accreditation: most gyms support only NCCA, NBFE or DEAC personal training certifications – known as such this is an important factor in aspiring trainers. Those certifying bodies are considered the health certifications gold standard.
Price: includes the research costs and the less costly study materials. Pass Rate: Overall test takers divided by passers-by. Expected Test Time: this is the time from the time you purchase the research materials you need to take the exam.
Test Questions Number: All assessments are multiple choices, and we report on the number of test questions per exam. We also cover the allotted total time, as well as the minimum passing rate.
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