These certificates will give you only a preliminary status and may allow you to work in some small club, where they don’t cling to such pieces of paper, but that’s not a fact. I remember how at the beginning of my career I only finished courses, wrote a job at the end by using creative writing service https://edubirdie.com/creative-writing-service, I received my certificate and for some time I had enough. But in any case, find out what documents are registered in your country and think about the further steps with this information.
Hello Pranav Radhakrishnan,
You want to be educated by sources that are accepted in your area or the place you wish to work. I went to the local gyms to find out which certifying agencies they accept and prefer. The answer in my area is NCCA:
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ICREPs-International Confederation of Registers for Exercise Professionals. When I inquired about the same , It is said that if I want to work in any country as a fitness instructor then I must be holding Level 2 & level 3 certificate registered to the particular country’s REPs. Also heard that certification such as ACE, NASM, etc.. gives only a provisional status in REPs and need to be renewed every 2 years, while I get certification from institutes registered in REPs will be getting full status of REPs, which can be used anywhere around the world having REPs.
Can you advice me on the same?
Repeating my answer in the event you don’t see the other.
I have never heard of ICREP. Is that the International branch of CREP? (Coalition for the Registration of Exercise Professionals) I would seek out fitness instructors working there in the UAE. There may be a few instructors from there on this site. But you will get more information from people where you are. EDIT