BASES Certified Exercise Practitioner
Certified Exercise Practitioner
In June 2017 I applied for the Certified Exercise Practitioner qualification, which is given by the British Association of Sport and Exercise Sciences. The submitted application included my undergraduate and postgraduate degrees, as well as certificates in practical vocational knowledge and skills. I am glad to announce that this application was accepted, and I have now been officially recognised as a Certified Exercise Practitioner by BASES.
About the C.E.P. qualification
The Certified Exercise Practitioner qualification is raising the bar for professional quality assurance in people like me, who wish to use Sport and Exercise Science Degrees to establish credibility. In order to become a BASES Certified Exercise Practitioner the individual must meet the following criteria:
1. BASES membership.
2. Bachelors and/or post graduate study in Sport/Exercise Science that is either; BASES endorsed (BUES) or Includes a suite of studies in physiology, psychology and movement analysis that meet BUES criteria.
3. Demonstrate practical vocational knowledge and skills by holding an advanced exercise instructors’ qualification. One of the following:
- Skills Active Level 4 Recognised Qualification, which is recognised by REPs
- Courses recognised for REPs level 4
- ACSM Certified Exercise Physiologist
For more information about the C.E.P. qualification, you can visit the official website of the British Association of Sport and Exercise Sciences.
The British Association of Sport and Exercise Sciences