Certified Athletic Trainer | Educator | Motivator
Sandy Krum

National Athletic Training Month


National Athletic Training Month is a time to spread the word about the profession of athletic training and how it positively impacts the world. Participating in NATM is simple. Throughout the month of March, a variety of thought provoking questions will be posted on NATA’s Facebook page. In six words, make your declaration and shout it loud. Step into the spotlight and post your declaration on Facebook (www.facebook.com/NATA1950).

Sample questions to be posted on Certified Athletic Trainers Facebook Page: 

· What does NATM mean to you? · What is your athletic training elevator speech? · Why should ATs be in all high schools? · What is the value of an AT? · What do you love about athletic training? · Why should your Legislators support HR 2785? · Why are you an AT? · How are you successful at work? · What makes you smile at work?

6 Word Declaration Examples: 

· Time to step into the spotlight. · ATs treat the hurting and wounded. · Athletic Trainers keep student athletes safe. · ATs keep the physically active healthy. · ATs are experts in immediate care. · ATs are health care providers too. · Athletes returning to activity with smile.

National Athletic Trainers’ Association 64th Annual Meeting & Clinical Symposia Monday, June 24 – Thursday, June 27, 2013 Las Vegas, Nevada 

Annual Meeting registration is now open for attendees and exhibitors.

The NATA Annual Meeting & Clinical Symposia is the premier live event for athletic trainers, offering important educational advances, career networking, association business and social opportunities. Plus, the NATA Trade Show is the largest exhibition of athletic training supplies& services in the country! Do business with more than 350 companies on the Trade Show floor. Be the first to hear important Annual Meeting announcements! Like NATA’s Annual Meeting Facebook page (http://www.facebook.com/NATAMeeting) and follow NATA on Twitter at https://twitter.com/nata1950 to get new information as it becomes available.