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AFAA Recertification

AFAA RECERTIFICATION

Maintaining your AFAA® certification demonstrates a commitment to excellence and must be renewed every two years. You may also choose to Recertify for Life. Have questions?​ Email us at academy@pfc.my

AFAA Certified group fitness instructor

Continue your fitness journey with confidence.

How to recertify?

Earn at least 15 approved hours of continuing education (15 CEUs) during each of your two-year certification renewal cycles. At least 2 of these CEUs must be from AFAA courses. CEUs may be completed with AFAA-approved providers. You must present a valid CPR & AED certification as well.

How much is the recertification fee?

To recertify for 2 years, it is RM650. To recertify for life, it is RM1650.

Prices exclude 6% SST – local sales and service tax.

MASTER YOUR CAREER ACCELERATION.

Recertify with AFAA. AFAA certifications give you an edge. Keep them current. Your professional fitness skills will always be up-to-date – and your clients more than satisfied.

RECERTIFY FOR LIFE.

ONE PAYMENT. ONE TIME. RECERTIFY FOR LIFE. Are you tired of renewal fees? How does one fee, one-time sound? Avoid the hassle and Recertify for Life with AFAA.. We think you should focus your attention on training your clients and expanding your knowledge with the most up-to-date and respected education in the industry.
*Every 2 years, AFAA-GFIs are required to show proof of 15 CEUs, current CPR/AED and contact PFC Academy for recertification application.

FAQ's

CEU is an acronym for Continuing Education Unit. CEUs are based upon contact hours. Contact hours are defined by the number of clock hours spent in direct participation in a structured educational format. One (1) contact hour is equivalent to one point (1 CEU).

AFAA offers a 180 day grace period, beyond your Certificate expiration date, to earn CEUs, with late fee. Failure to complete the required CEUs within the grace period will require re-enrollment of the AFAA-GFI course.

Find out more about AFAA Continuing Education Courses