Go to main ACSM site
|   Schedule Your Exam   |   Find a Pro   |   FAQs   |   Contact Us

For ACSM Certified Professionals

ACSM is dedicated to providing professionals the most current findings and trends in the sports medical field. Renew your certification to stay credentialed, and keep up to date with the latest ACSM resources. 

To maintain credentials, ACSM certified professionals must renew certification every three years. This recertification process is to ensure that ACSM certified professionals enhance skills and knowledge above and beyond minimum competence. Learn more about certification renewal

ACSM is the gold standard for certification. ACSM pros around the world are advancing sports medicine and exercise science. Read our blog for the latest from current ACSM pros. 

From conferences to online courses and webinars, ACSM offers several ways to earn continuing education credits (CECs). Learn more about these opportunities.

ACSM offers Certification Identity Marks intended for use within a variety of mediums, including business cards, letterhead, service brochures, CVs, personal profiles and/or Web sites. Learn more about the identity marks.

Not sure how to list your certification in your email signature or business card. Learn more about using your certification title. 

Hear it from the experts!
   Despite the relative lack of attention in comparison to heart disease, there is good information available about how exercise can improve symptoms of PAD-caused claudication.   
Mark A. Patterson, M. Ed.
ACSM Registered Clinical Exercise Physiologist
Read Mark Patterson's Blog post 


September 21, 2017

2017 ACSM-GEI, ACSM-CEP and ACSM-RCEP Exam Updates: What to Expect

ACSM Group Exercise Instructor (ACSM-GEI), ACSM Clinical Exercise Physiologist (ACSM-CEP), and ACSM Registered Clinical Exercise Physiologist (ACSM-RCEP) exams will have minor updates December 18, 2017. The 2012 exam content outlines are still in effect. Full content outlines provide specific content areas you need to know and/or be able to perform.

Go to main ACSM site Find a Pro FAQs Contact Us