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2019 Annual Conference
We are pleased to announce the UKSCA’s 2019 annual conference programme which runs from 14-16 June in Milton Keynes
UKSCA / CIMSPA Partnership
The UKSCA is pleased to announce a new partnership with the Chartered Institute for the Management of Sport and Physical Activity (CIMSPA).
The UKSCA has pulled together a directory of undergraduate and postgraduate degrees in strength and conditioning with detailed information about each programme.
The UKSCA was established in 2004 to set professional standards for strength and conditioning coaches. The UKSCA’s ‘Accredited Strength & Conditioning Coach’ (ASCC) standard is now a requirement for jobs in the UK and also overseas, and is highly valued as it not only assesses in-depth subject-matter knowledge, but also practical coaching skills.
From 1 January 2018 the Plyometric/Ballistic and Speed/Agility element of the ASCC assessment will be changing. Candidates should now prepare to coach two of 20 specified drills. The 20 drills are grouped into six scenarios depending on the desired outcome of the training, as detailed in the table below, with supporting videos. For further details of the change please read the following documents: