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Level 1 Sports Trainer Course – Sports Medicine Australia Approved

Do you wish to work in a sport setting or event and be able to help manage and preventinjuries? Advanced Physiotherapy at Warners Bay invites you to attend a two-day seminar offered as the SMA’s Level 1 Sports Trainer Course.

Who is this for?

  • Anyone who works or who intends to work as a Sports trainer in Australia
  • Physiotherapy students
  • Exercise Science students
  • Interested players and families

What will this give you? Successful completion of the course will provide you with National Accreditation as a Sports Trainer, which is a requirement in most parts of Australia.

What will be covered?

  • Injury Management and Prevention
  • Injuries to the head, spine, trunk, and upper & lower limbs
  • Introduction to Anatomy
  • Sports Nutrition
  • Drugs in Sport
  • Taping
  • Environmental Injuries
  • Wound Management
  • Moving an Injured Athlete

Prerequisites: Must be at least 16 years of age with current CPR and Senior First Aid (these can be completed after the level 1 course).

Presenters: Corinne Hillier and Michael Nolan are Physiotherapists with a keen interest in sports injuries. They are currently the Physiotherapists for the Emerging Jets Football Program.

Date: Saturday 28th Feb. and Sunday 1st March 2015

Time: 9am – 5pm                                          Cost: $285.00

Location: Advanced Physio – Unit 2/Building 2/335 Hillsborough Road, Warners Bay

To Register and Pay go the Sports Medicine Australia website:

http://sma.org.au/2015/01/level-1-sports-trainer-course-warners-bay/

Places are strictly limited, so book early to avoid disappointment!

Coffee, tea and biscuits will be provided. Participants are encouraged to bring their own lunch.

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