Integrated Movement Science Level 1 pre-requisite courses - All courses are completed 100% online
3 courses consisting of 55 streaming videos, 3 downloadable PDF manuals + 3 online tests
CECs and CEUs for Scientific Core Conditioning: CHEK 16, ACE 2.4, NASM 1.9, NSCA 1.3, ISSA 16.0, ACSM 24.0, Canfitpro 4 PTS
CECs and CEUs for Program Design: CHEK 8, ACE 0.8, NASM 0.7, NSCA 0.8, ISSA 7.0, ACSM 8.0, Canfitpro 4 PTS
CECs and CEUs for Scientific Back Training: CHEK 18, ACE 1.8, ACSM 18, ISSA 16, NASM 1.9, NSCA 1.0, Canfitpro 4 PTS
Save $102 when you purchase the digital CHEK Integrated Movement Science Level 1 pre-requisite bundle versus purchasing these courses separately!
The CHEK Integrated Movement Science Level 1 pre-requisite bundle includes:
Please note: Paul Chek's books How to Eat, Move and Be Healthy! and Movement That Matters are also prerequisites, but are NOT included in this package!
Frequently Asked Questions
What is the grade required to pass?
The passing grade for all correspondence courses is 80%. A Certificate of Completion with CECs and CEUs will be sent once you have successfully passed the test.
How long will it take to complete each course?
CHEK Institute recommendation for Scientific Core Conditioning – 24 hours
CHEK Institute recommendation for Program Design – 8 hours
CHEK Institute recommendation for Scientific Back Training – 18 hours
The time taken to complete each course is dependent on the person it and the reasons they are taking it. Some people only needing Continuing Education Credits will watch the videos once through and successfully pass the test. Other people who are more interested in learning the information or are interested in taking it as a prerequisite for the CHEK Exercise Coach Program will sometimes watch the videos 2-3 times through. We generally recommend that students who are preparing for CHEK Exercise Coach take about one month to study each course, especially if they are working full time. This means most people need to start about 4 months before the course, to give them time to study the courses and practice the concepts before the due date, 30 days before the start of the course.
There are a lot of questions on the tests. Are they hard?
Thousands of people, some with extremely limited knowledge in anatomy or exercise, have passed these tests successfully. Occasionally there are a few individuals who do not pass the test the first time, but generally do so once they have reviewed the material again. The benefit of having a video correspondence course is that the viewer can review the video as many times as is necessary until they gain an understanding of the material. Successful completion of this course has not so much to do with an individual’s current level of knowledge as it does with the amount of time one spends watching the videos and reading the manual.