TSAC Practitioners Course – San Diego, California
July 29 - August 1$1200
Host: Dr. Brent Alvar, Point Loma Nazarene University
Location: Point Loma Nazarene University – San Diego, CA
Airport: San Diego International Airport
Accommodations close to the facility:
Courtyard San Diego Airport/Liberty Station
Homewood Suites by Hilton San Diego Airport/Liberty Station
Built on scientific principles and evidence-based research, the NSCA’s Tactical Strength and Conditioning (TSAC) Practitioners Course is a foundational strength and conditioning program designed to provide tactical facilitators with the tools to decrease injury risk and increase longevity and effectiveness of tactical professionals.
– 2.0 CEUs Category A
Physical readiness isn’t a luxury for tactical professionals—it’s an essential job function. Build a group of professionals that are job-ready and performing at their peak through the NSCA’s TSAC Practitioners Course. In four action-packed days, you’ll learn the principles of program design, basics of coaching exercise technique and mechanics, and how to lead a physical readiness program. Designed to provide tactical facilitators with the foundations of strength and conditioning research and applications.
What’s included with Registration
The TSAC Practitioners Course registration includes
32 hours of both classroom and hands-on instruction from top NSCA-certified strength and conditioning professionals
A 300-page course manual filled with support materials, detailed exercise technique instruction, and photos
Exam fees for taking the NSCA’s TSAC-F certification, the only accredited certification specifically designed for training tactical professionals. Note: The TSAC Practitioners Course is not designed to be an exam prep clinic for the TSAC-F certification exam.
A certificate of completion for the course
12 months of NSCA Professional Membership, which includes access to NSCA’s Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research, Strength and Conditioning Journal, and TSAC Report
Exam preparation materials for the NSCA TSAC-F certification
This course is designed to introduce the tactical facilitator to the basics of strength and conditioning through hands-on repetitions and scientific principles of strength and conditioning to help decrease injuries and worker compensation claims as well as increase performance, readiness, and longevity of the tactical athlete’s career. The tactical facilitator will spend time in lecture settings learning about strength and conditioning concepts before receiving hands-on training in execution and correction of movement and exercise.