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ACSM Certified Personal TrainerSM (CPT)

10.05.2010 by admin - Comments Off
Posted in ACSM, American College

Become an ACSM Certified Personal TrainerSM
As a personal trainer you have the ability and opportunity to make a real difference in people’s lives when it comes to their health and fitness. What many people are unable to do on their own, they can accomplish with the motivation and support of a personal trainer.
ACSM Certified Personal Trainers are qualified to develop and implement exercise programs for apparently healthy individuals or those who have medical clearance to exercise.
Becoming ACSM Certified says a lot about you
It says you have chosen to become certified by the organization that’s leading the way in health fitness and clinical certifications.
Did you know?
ACSM was the first to certify health fitness professionals … and to date we have certified over 25,000 health fitness professionals in 44 countries.
ACSM establishes the exercise guidelines that all other certifications use for testing … so you know you will be certified by the organization that is setting the standards in the health fitness industry.
ACSM certifications are NCCA-accredited … assuring you that our certifications meet the highest qualifications.
ACSM Certified Personal TrainerSM   Scope of Practice
The ACSM Certified Personal TrainerSM is a fitness professional who develops and implements an individualized approach to exercise leadership in healthy populations and/or those individuals with medical clearance to exercise.
Using a variety of teaching techniques, the ACSM Certified Personal TrainerSM is proficient in:
Leading and demonstrating safe and effective methods of exercise by applying the fundamental principles of exercise science.
Writing appropriate exercise recommendations.
Motivating individuals to begin and to continue with their healthy behaviors.
Minimum Requirements for becoming an ACSM Certified Personal TrainerSM
To become an ACSM Certified Personal TrainerSM you must meet all of the following minimum requirements:
18 years of age or older
High school diploma or equivalent
Current Adult CPR certification with a practical skills component (such as the American Heart Association or American Red Cross)
Join ACSM as an Alliance Member and Save $60 on ACSM Certification!
When you join the ACSM Alliance of Health and Fitness Professionals you will save $60 on getting certified and receive many other valuable benefits including:
Free subscription to ACSM’s Health & Fitness Journal ($55 Value)
Free subscription to our bimonthly e-newsmagazine, Sports Medicine Bulletin ($40 Value)
Inclusion in our Online Membership Directory
Discount registration for our annual ACSM Health & Fitness Summit ($140 Value)
Discounts on continuing education self-test fees ($200 value), insurance, consumer products, and more!

HS330:Fundamentals of Estate Planning test

10.07.2009 by admin - Comments Off
Posted in American College

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1. Which of the following is an example of a taxable gift for federal gift tax purposes?
A. A father gives his 19-year-old daughter a note promising to give her his Rolls Royce when she reaches the age of 21.
B. Instead of parents paying an outside executive $60,000, a son runs their business for 8 months without charging a fee.
C. The parents of a married son permit their son and his family to use a summer cottage that rents for $3,000 per month on a rent-free basis.
D. A father cancels a $50,000 note his daughter gave him when he made a loan to her 2 years ago.
Answer: D
2.The following are facts concerning a decedent’s estate:
An executor elects to value the assets of the estate at the alternative valuation date 6 months after death. Which of the following statements concerning the estate tax value of assets included in this estate is correct?
Taxable estate  $1,700,000
Pre-1977 taxable gifts  200,000
Post-1976 adjusted taxable gifts   50,000
Post-1976 gifts made to a qualified
charity100,000
The tentative tax base of this estate is
A. $1,700,000
B. $1,750,000
C. $1,850,000
D. $1,900,000