Becoming a Preceptor


Program Effectiveness

Instructional Skills


Preceptor Training Workshop - Professional Development and Responsibility

In order to demonstrate knowledge of the practice of athletic training, to think critically about the practices involved in athletic training, including the ability to integrate knowledge, skill and behavior, and to assume professional responsibility, the entry-level certified athletic trainer must possess the knowledge and skills to understand professional responsibilities and avenues of professional development to promote athletic training as a professional discipline. The use of learning objectives and outcomes to support the development of knowledge and skills in professional development and responsibility ensures that the student is able to:

Psychomotor Competencies

  1. Collect and disseminate injury prevention and health care information to health care professionals, patients, parents/guardians, other appropriate personnel and the general public (e.g., team meetings, parents' nights, parent/teacher organization [PTO] meetings, booster club meetings, workshops, and seminars).
  2. Access by various methods the public information policy-making and governing bodies used in the guidance and regulation of the profession of athletic training (including but not limited to state regulatory boards, NATA, BOC).
  3. Develop and present material (oral, pamphlet/handout, written article, or other media type) for an athletic training-related topic.
  4. Develop a research project (to include but not limited to case study, clinical research project, literature review) for an athletic training-related topic.