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Old 02-24-2011, 09:11 AM   #3
Gareth Rees
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Originally Posted by Donald Lee View Post
There's also an organization that is run out of the UK and recently arrived in the U.S. that is probably the best of them all in terms of content/knowledge base, but it's not yet well known in the states. I can't remember the name of it, but it's run out of a university that is well known for sports science.
I am actually from the UK myself (Wales to be specific), which organization are you talking about? Is it the UKSCA (though I don't believe that's run from a University), as it's better than NSCA in some ways that it's very practical and hands on? If it's not, then I'd be very interested to hear which one you're referring to.

Did you need it for whatever it is that you're currently involved in? I'm not actually sure of how much use it'll be to me in the UK as it's predominantly an American accreditation, and UKSCA accreditation will definately be of more value for now.
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