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NSCA Seeks Survey Participants For Program Update

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CEDAR RAPIDS, IA--Industry professionals are invited to take part in the current revision of NSCA's certification exam. This important survey will help NSCA determine the tasks related to the work of a technician as it revises the program. Feedback during this regular audit will be used to rebuild the exam, including the specific tasks for each work category.

"This survey is an important blueprint for a new certification exam within NSCA University™," said senior director of professional development, Norah Hammond. "It will guide our educational certification programs now and into the future."

Every few years, NSCA reevaluates its certification program to ensure it is in alignment with the needs and standards of the industry. The Credentialing Council assesses the quality of our review training, rewrites questions, reworks the exam and creates a new kit of branding materials to help you market your certification to your customers.

Participants can also enter to win one of five $100 VISA cards. Tell us what you think about NSCA's certification exam. Don't hesitate. Log on today: www.nsca.org/surveys/jta2008.htm.

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