Thing is, you say that you're the fitness director of a chain of clubs, but you have to ask a bunch of chumps like us these questions. That leaves us feeling like you aren't what you say you are. Shouldn't you be able to conclude this for yourself with fairly minimal effort? What organization are you certified with? Why not ask them? Why does the NASM or ACSM need the stamp of NCCA? Isn't that like Ford wanting the stamp of Chevy? Can't you contact those organizations as ask them yourself? Ask the NCCA if this company has their endorsement.
Then, and most importantly, look at the content of the training. If you believe it is good, sound material that you would want your trainers to be studying, then by all means sign up. 200 a month doesn't sound like much to me for a chain of fitness clubs.
But wait. Shouldn't the fitness director be training the trainers? Well, I don't know. Maybe not.
Caught you on a bad day ace? I unfortunately assumed that there were professionals on this site that may have used this particular organization and I was looking for their opinion.
As per your statement about the NCCA. It has nothing to do with Ford wanting the stamp of Chevy. It is an accrediting agency, similar to what most notable colleges have.
And since we are going there, lets go with your statement of the fitness director training their trainers. I'm not sure what gym you train at or workout at, but any decent company has their trainers obtain a nationally recognized certification. If you're training with people that aren't, good luck.