The Athletic Trainer Aide certificate is designed to develop, practice, and implement basic skills in the prevention, treatment, and rehabilitation of athletic injuries. These courses will set a foundation that will aid in the support of a career in the field of sports medicine while also providing the minimal experience necessary to assist high school trainers and athletic health providers in the community. The program will better prepare students for transfer into an accredited athletic training education program at the four-year university level.
|COURSE INFORMATION||YEAR ONE:||YEAR TWO:|
|Course||Course Title||Annual # of Section||Annual Enrollment Total||Annual of # Sections||Annual Enrollment Total|
|BIOL 260||Human Anatomy||19||378||18||394|
|BIOL 261||Human Physiology||11||242||13||290|
|KIN 098||Kinesiology Work Experience||New Course|
|KIN 204||Exercise Nutrition||New Course|
|KIN 206||Athletic Administration||New Course|
|KIN 231||First Aid & CPR||8||137||4||61|
|KIN 232||Prevention and Care of Athletic Injuries||2||20||1||13|
1. Construct an injury prevention for an athletic team based on knowledge of strength and conditioning, nutrition, health and safety and protective equipment.
2. Demonstrate appropriate strategies and technical skills in athletic taping, injury prevention and rehabilitation.
3. Demonstrate appropriate communication, organizational and behavioral skills necessary in an athletic training environment.
4. Demonstrate an appropriate and organized approach to athletic event management, emergency management and legal liability.
5. Obtain a First Aid & CPR card.
1. Create an in-season, off-season, and pre-season injury prevention program for all sports in their athletic department.
2. Utilize appropriate knowledge and strategies to create an emergency action plan for an athletic team or teams.
3. Apply the practical skills of taping and wrapping techniques.
4. Gain exposure and practical experience working with sports at all levels of impact (high, medium, and low).
5. Identify and evaluate appropriate strategies for rehabilitation of athletic injuries.
6. Understand the importance of school or office policies, procedures, and paperwork in terms of liability and safety.
7. Complete the needed coursework and exams to obtain a first aid and CPR card.
8. Develop and disseminate appropriate athletic and waiver paperwork to staff, administration, and student-athletes.
9. Develop and communicate athletic training room policies and procedures with staff, administration, and athletic coaches.
10. Develop and plan supervision of on-campus athletic contests.
11. Identify daily tasks of operating an athletic training room, pre and post practice, and pre and post competition.
12. Create athletic injury documentation in hardcopy format and on computerized injury tracking systems.
(Y1 or S1)
|BIOL 260||Human Anatomy||4||Y1|
|BIOL 261||Human Physiology||4||Y2|
|KIN 098||Kinesiology Work Experience||2||Y1|
|KIN 204||Exercise Nutrition||3||Y1|
|KIN 206||Athletic Administration||3||Y2|
|KIN 231||First Aid and CPR||3||Y1|
|KIN 232||Prevention and Care of Athletic Injuries||3||Y2|
Diann Thursby · 05/10/21
Received regional recommendation at 5-10-2021 IEDRC Deans Meeting.