Athletic Injury Management
|Date:||October 25, 2010|
|Time:||9:00 am – 3:30 pm|
Sherwood Park (Strathcona Christian Academy)
1011 Clover Bar Road
Who should attend
CTS Health Services and Physical Education Teachers
About this learning opportunity
The course is designed to provide persons involved in sport and recreation activities with an opportunity to increase theoretical and practical knowledge in the prevention and treatment of athletic injuries. All participants receive an Athletic First Aid manual at the course, as well as handouts and all their taping supplies. Participants receive their Athletic First Aid Certificate after completion of the course, which is current for three years.
Athletic Injury Management knowledge skills will support with implementation of the CTS Injury Management 1 course.
About the facilitator(s)
This session will be facilitated by a representative from the Sports Medicine Council of Alberta (SMCA). SMCA is an organization of sport medicine physicians, sport physiotherapists, athletic therapists, sport scientists and sport nutrition specialists. The cooperative function of these individuals is to promote and coordinate the provision of sport medicine programs and services for the Alberta sport community. These professional members provide their services to assist in making Alberta a healthy and safe environment for sport and recreational activities.