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The partnership will allow for many learning and placement opportunities for students in our athletic training program, which is one of our strongest majors on campus, as well as placement opportunities within OhioHealth facilities for other AU students.
Purpose: This book is intended to serve as a reference tool about the essential elements of the field athletic training.
Either a bachelor'sdegree from an accredited college or university athletic training program or completion of certification eligibility requirements for an athletic training certification program prior to January 1, 2001.
This textbook was prompted by the recent revision of the Psychosocial Strategies and Referral content area in the fifth edition of the Athletic Training Education Competencies.
We are delighted to collaborate with the University's Center for Sports Medicine and Athletic Training to help support intercollegiate and educational programs that will enhance the future for many student-athletes at George Mason.
The College is releasing this RFP with the intent to receive proposals from a qualified firm(s) interested in providing general athletic training support and services to Broward College student athletes.
at 1-800-854-4014 for my new book, Sports Medicine Essentials: Core Concepts in Athletic Training and Fitness Instruction.
NYSE:NKE) today announced the appointment of Nike veteran Kris Aman as Vice President and GM of Men's Athletic Training.
Tenders are invited for Athletic Training Facility Audio/Visual Installation.
In this textbook aimed at athletic trainers and beginning students, Miller (graduate athletic training education, Western Michigan U.
This is the fourth edition of a preparatory guide for athletic training students studying for their Board of Certification (BOC) exams.
when athletic training was considered part of the coach's responsibilities and most "trainers" were little more than ankle tapers and waterboys.