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Athletic Training Senior Project 2013

This is a presentation about the history of athletic training, how to become one, and on the job work.
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Adam Waterman

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Presented by:
Adam
Waterman Athletic Training Athletic Training What is Athletic Training? History of Athletic Training Started in the early Greek Olympics around 776 BC.
There was no title listed as 'Athletic Training' but it was implied as athletes competed in events. Getting Officially Started National Athletic Training Association studied the professionalization of athletic training in 1956. They realized there was a need of employment in this area as health and physical education. Classes to Advance You High School Classes:
Math: Algebra, Geometry.
Science: Biology, Chemistry, and Anatomy.
PE/Health
Others: English and Computer Skills. Importance of Athletic Trainer An athletic trainers purpose of being there on the job is to help athletes be accident prone. By preventing these they help them through special stretches and exercises to keep their body in shape. Future Predictions In the next 20 years, employment is projected to increase by 30%. As new technology and new schools are being formed, the demand for athletic trainers will be needed. Over 5,000 or more jobs will be offered. Thanks for Listening to My Presentation Works Cited:
University, Clarke. "Athletic Training Education Program Philosophy and PurposeAthletic Training Education Program Philosophy and Purpose." Athletic Training. N.p., 2006-20013. Web. 7 Feb. 2013. <http://www.clarke.edu/page.aspx?id=8786>.
Smoyer, Eric C. "History of Athletic Training." History of Athletic Training. N.p., n.d. Web. 08 Feb. 2013.
Careers, Health. "ExploreHealthCareers.org." Athletic Trainer. N.p., 30 Jan. 2013. Web. 08 Feb. 2013.
Bureau of Labor Statistics, U.S. Department of Labor, Occupational Outlook Handbook, 2012-13 Edition, Athletic Trainers, on the Internet at http://www.bls.gov/ooh/healthcare/athletic-trainers.htm (visited February 07, 2013). This presentation will show you the history of athletic training, how to become one, and what you would do on the job. Athletic Training is health profession dedicated to the improvement of the quality of life through the prevention, recognition, management and reconditioning of injuries to physically active people. --- College Classes:
Human Anatomy and Physiology
Sports Psychology
Nutrition Degrees:
Bachelors Degree
Masters Degree (Most Common)
Doctoral Degree Certificates:
3 Part test for the National Exam from the NATA What They Do? Specialize in preventing injuries in the bones and muscles. Train athletes to prevent injuries
Put injured people in rehab to overcome an injury
Provide ice for people after practices and games when they are aching Senior Experience 2013 Training Work up to 3 or more months with on-the-job training before released to work alone.
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