The Level 2 Sports Trainer course is part of the SMA Safer Sports Program and is designed to build upon the skills learnt in the Level 1 Sports Trainers course.
Why Become A Level 2 Sports Trainer With Sports Medicine Australia?
The Level 2 Sports Trainers Course is designed to build upon the skills learnt in the Level 1 Sports Trainers course. This course allows trainers to develop their practical skills and knowledge of injury assessment and management. The course delivers units such as Advanced Anatomy, Pre & Post Injury Management and Advanced Taping. Alongside this, new topics are introduced to Trainers including Injury Rehabilitation, Introduction to Sports Massage, Care of Child & Mature Age athletes, Care of athletes with Disabilities, and Basic Principles of Sports Psychology of Injured Athletes.
a Level 2 Sports Trainer Accreditation a Trainer can complete the course either in full over two straight days or
in a four module format. Modules are open to anyone to attend, even those not seeking to gain a Level 2 Sports Trainers Accreditation.
Pre-requisites for Level 2 Sports Trainers Accreditation:
Accredited Level 1 Sports Trainer for 12 months or equivalent to one full season*, and a minimum of a current Applied First Aid (Senior First Aid) certificate including CPR.
*Note: Modules can be undertaken during first 12 months. However, accreditation will not be processed until 12 months has been completed.
On successful completion of a SMA Sports Trainers course
SMA National Accreditation lasts for 3 years and is issued on successful completion of the course.
On Successful completion of the SMA Sports Trainers courses candidates will be eligible to apply for Sports Trainer Membership and insurance through Sports Medicine Australia.
Fri 11th, Sat 12th & Sun 13th January
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