EAA Strategic Plan
To advance the strength and conditioning profession.
As the Australian authority on allied health, we support and disseminate research-based knowledge and its practical application, to improve athletic performance, fitness and aid in chronic health conditions
ADVANCE PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
Promote the allied health profession through improved education and training.
Increase the production of both EAA and collaborative position statements.
Further educational offerings and opportunities through the new content plan and
Strengthen EAA’s Education Recognition Program (ERP) as part of the PDP Progressive Development Program towards certification and re-certification.
Foster a variety of online and in-person opportunities for the EAA community to grow, connect and share ideas.
Increase community opportunities for EAA members through social media and events.
Improve website and communication technology and structure.
Expand relationships between EAA’s community and other organizations.
Engage in activities designed to protect and advance the strength and conditioning profession.
Generate greater funding for research and education grants and scholarships.
Investigate involvement in regulatory participation in support of strength and
Build awareness for EAA’s position statements and professional standards.
Inform the populace about the strength and conditioning profession.
• Maximise channels, like social media, to grow awareness and engagement.
• Improve research distribution and comprehension.
• Increase awareness of EAA and its certifications as a leader in the industry.