Usually, in order to be an education provider, you have to have a degree in a fitness / health / medical related field and/or the certification for which you want to provide education. For example, if i wanted to be a CEC provider for ACE, I’d have to be ACE certified (which I am). Alternatively, you could provide CECs for an agency that has a blanket qualification for its profilers. Example of that – I used to be a CEC provider for CrossCore, which gave out CECs for ISSA; although I didn’t have an ISSA certification, I was allowed to provide the 6 hour training because I followed an education format that had been approved for CECs by ISSA.
It sounds like the former, rather than the later, is your case. You might want to go to each agency and see their requirements.
Here’s the link for ACE.
I imagine each agency will have its own requirements.
You are quite welcome!
With the technical level of your presentation, you might consider whether you want to provide for personal trainers, group ex, etc. ACSM, perhaps? This sounds like it might even be great for massage therapists.
I’m a MELT instructor and I love learning about the neuromuscular connection. We have two levels of courses (MELT Neurostrength 1 and 2) that are all about re-establishing neural connection and proper timing. I’ve taken Neurostrength 1 but not 2 yet (next year). I imagine your topic would be super-interesting.