Accreditation for Personal Trainer Certification, Nutrition Certification & Specialty Certification

 
AFPA Personal Trainer Certification is accredited by Vital Research.  AFPA has meet all 14 Accreditation Standards  and delivers an unbiased, valid, and reliable testing processing.

All AFPA Nutrition courses curriculum fully meets the AADP’s; American Association of Drugless Practitioners board educational requirements, giving AFPA students a thorough knowledge of courses set-forth by the Institute, and makes them eligible to become a processional member of AADP.

AFPA Nutrition courses curriculum fully meets the ANMAB’s accreditation board educational requirements. Graduates of AFPA are eligible to apply to be a board certified Holistic Health Care Practitioner through the ANMAB. American Naturopathic Medical Accreditation Board.

AFPA is a registered educational institution with the Canadian Association of Drugless Practioners (CADP) in the country of Canada with all the applicle rights, priviledges, and responsibilities.

AFPA is a partner in wellness and organizational member of the American Holistic Health Association.

AFPA is a member of ICE (National Organization of Competency Assurance)

AFPA Certification programs have been approved for the G.I. Bill and MYCAA.

AFPA is rated an A+ Member of the Better Business Bureau.

AFPA is an approved CEC/CEU provider for many organizations.  Call for details.

AFPA Yoga Instructor Certification programs are developed in line with the standards of the Yoga Alliance and its national Yoga Teachers' Registry, in order to help instructors develop the attributes they need to be qualified teachers who facilitate students’ learning and awareness in the practice of yoga. 

AFPA is a member of the International Health Racquet Sportsclub Association.

*AFPA has received third party accreditation for the Personal Trainer Certification program by Vital Research. AFPA has elected not to have the Personal Trainer Certification program accredited by as NCCA does not accredit institutions or educational programs, only examinations. NCCA specifically states that any organization that seeks accreditation of their examination cannot require candidates to take any of their courses, classes, training, or workshops as a prerequisite to sit for their examination. It is for these reasons that AFPA chose to seek accreditation from other recognized accreditation agencies, as we believe that some form of educational training prior to and in conjunction with an examination is a necessary precursor for success in the fields of fitness, nutrition and wellness.