Objective of the Student Athletic Training Aide Program.
The purpose of the Student Athletic Training Aides program is to give real world experience to those interested in pursuing a career in healthcare. Center Grove students participating in this club are given the opportunity to participate in the healthcare of Center Grove’s student athletes under the supervision of certified and licensed Athletic Trainers. Athletic training aides get the unique experience of being able to be present on the sidelines of all Center Grove home athletic events while being taught the concepts of injury management, assessment, and rehabilitation. ATAs must meet requirements in observing and working in the training room set by the certified Athletic Trainers.
What is student athletic trainer?
A student athletic trainer is an individual who volunteers their time, skill, and efforts to help the staff athletic trainers, as well as all of the athletic teams at Center Grove. Student athletic trainers are valuable asset to Center Grove Athletics.
What are the responsibilities of a student athletic trainer?
Daily responsibilities include, but are not limited to Pre-practice duties such as taping, field set up, preparing water and ice for practice, and assisting with rehabilitation of injured athletes. Practice responsibilities may include practice coverage, assisting the staff with acute injury assessment and preparing for the night’s events. Post practice duties include ice bag engineering, cleaning of athletic training room and stocking supplies for the next day’s events.
Who can be involved?
Center Grove Athletic Training Aide program is open to 8th Grade and High School students that are interested in a career in healthcare.
What do you have to do to become a student athletic trainer?
Email one of the Center Grove Athletic Trainers with your interest in becoming a student athletic training aide. One can also come into the athletic training room and speak with someone in person.