1. Mariah Ezeako on April 21, 2021 at 5:05 pm

    There are NO jobs in this field. Those who are lucky enough to get a job at a clinic never leave. You have to wait for someone to either die or retire.

    Best to get a job in a specialty like physical therapy, rn, or go to trade school to get an associates in applied science

  2. CoryMp3 on April 21, 2021 at 5:17 pm

    Hello ACSM, Do you have anymore recent information on CEP or RCEP positions? Like to know what has changed or evolved since 2012.

    Cory H

  3. Andrew Drazdik Jr on April 21, 2021 at 6:04 pm

    The issue of expert opinion when used by liability issurance in a state of the United States should be a concern. The issue of property when state licensure, and certified professional for accredited degrees regonized by the Apostille Convention and harmonized U.S. Constitution does not relavantly involve that expert opinion when the school itself is authorized to issue a matriculated diploma. (See. Commission on Accreditation of Athletic Training Education, (Conformity assessment General requirements for bodies operating certification of persons ISO 17024:2012 https://www.iso.org/standard/52993.html. ACSM. Exercise Professionals: The EIM Credential Can Advance Your Career. American College Sports Medicine: Administration. Policy statement. JULY 24, 2017 https://certification.acsm.org/blog/2017/july/exercise-professionals-the-eim-credential-can-advance-your-career. A second question is the business practice of knowledge, skills, and abilities literature as intellectual property used by ACSM certified professionals under a code of ethics by the society which the responsibiliites are not relavant to the issue of property by business profession of accredited schools granting degrees, and how those code of ethics question the essence of using the literature by certification when state liability insurance by law is admitted by those ethics. How is certification not an admited practice by business law, limited liability, and intellectual property under those terms? ACSM. ACSM Certification: Code of Ethics for ACSM Certified and Registered Professionals. Policy statement. Code of Ethics. ACSM Board of Trustees, June, 2005. internet https://certification.acsm.org/faq28-codeofethics