To achieve the Level 1 Sports Trainers Accreditation participants will need to complete 3 components:
You must complete all 3 components to become an Accredited Sports Trainer plus provide evidence of current Provide First Aid (HLTAID003 - valid for 3 years) & CPR (HLTAID001 - valid for 12 months) certificates.
Level 1 Theory Component Date and Times:
Tuesday April 27th at 5:30pm -9:00pm (select Webinar option at first step of Registration)
Practical Component Date and Times:
Practical assessment sessions will be held in the following locations. Dates for the regional practicals will be scheduled based on location of webinar attendees. (after selecting webinar option you will be asked to select the location of where you will attend the practical assessment in the second step of your Registration):
· Kidman Park May 2nd 2021, 9am-12pm
· Eyre Peninsula May 23rd 2021, 10am-12pm
· Fleurieu Peninsula May 23rd 2021, 10am-12pm
· Mid North May 23rd 2021, 10am-12pm
· Riverland May 23rd 2021, 10am-12pm
· South East May 23rd 2021, 10am-12pm
· Yorke Peninsula May 23rd 2021, 10am-12pm
· Murray Mallee May 23rd 2021, 10am-12pm
Cost: $240 per person (including GST)
Each registrant must have their own unique email address
Registrations for this course will close 5pm Monday 26th April 2021
2021 FAST Education Series
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The FAST Education Series will replace the Annual Conference in 2021. The FAST Conference provides Sports Trainers with the opportunity to attend lectures and workshops to further their skills and knowledge in relation to their Sports Trainer work.
Workshops are presented by Medical and Allied Health Professionals working in the Sports Medicine field. Registration for the event will give attendees access to 7 online workshops across the year, running from March through until October.
If you are unable to attend the live webcast of the session, by registering you will gain access to the recording to view at your convenience.
Concussion Management – 28th April
Injury Prevention –25th May
Adolescent Athlete –28th June
Lower Limb Taping Techniques -21st July
Fuelling the Athlete Body for Recovery –24th August
Hamstring Injuries –29th September
Shoulder Injuries –25th October
Register for the series prior to the first workshop running in April to receive the bulk workshop discount.
Please take note of the following Registration Instructions:
1) If you are a member of SASMA (SASMA Accredited Sports Trainer) Log in to get Member Prices, or enter your name and email address as registered with SASMA.
2) Choose your registration type - all 7 workshops or 1 single workshop.
3) On the next screen you enter your payment details in the form of a credit card payment.
Community Forum: Concussion in Sport, 10:30-12:00
Concussion affects the way the brain functions. Different people can be affected in different ways. This free community concussion forum has been designed by leading Medical Personnel to provide all those involved in Sport, from coaches, players, parents, officials, team managers and committee members with up to date information on concussion.
The forum will be presented by an experienced Sports Doctor/Sports Physician who is seeing and managing sporting concussions regularly and will cover:
Sideline Help & Basic Taping Workshop, 13:00 - 16:00
The Sideline Help & Basic Taping Course is an introduction to sports injury prevention and management. This course takes a first aid course and makes it sport specific.
Topics covered include:
You can choose to attend just the Concussion Forum, the Sideline Help & Basic Taping Course or both workshops. Please select the appropriate option from the registration options.
Please note that numbers attending this forum are restricted to comply with physical distancing regulations. We would ask that if you wish to attend you register below or email the names of the attendees to email@example.com
This event is proudly supported by the Office for Recreation, Sport and Racing and the Port Pirie Regional Council.
Date: Sunday 2nd May and Sunday 30th May, 2021
Time: 9am-4pm (2nd May), 9am-3:45pm (30th May)
Venue: SA Sports Medicine Association, Kidman Park
To complete a Level 2 Sports Trainers Accreditation Trainers must:
Please note you will need to "Login" to register for this event as it is only available to those with a current Level 1 Sports Trainers Accreditation.
If you do not have a Username and Password you will need to register for the SASMA website (using your Accreditation Number on your Level 1 Sports Trainers Certificate).
If you have any issues with this please do not hesitate contact the SASMA Office on 08 8234 6369 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The ability to run this course is based on current recommendations from SA Health. Should these recommendations change, then SASMA has the right to make changes to course structure, timings, venue and dates.
2021 SASMA Student Education Series
In 2021 SA Sports Medicine Association will once again be conducting an Education Series aimed at University Students and recent Graduates; in particularly those from Health and Medical Science degrees who are either currently working with sporting teams or have an interest in working with athletes and teams in the future.
This Education Series gives a practical nature to what students are learning at university as well as building on the basics that are taught in the SASMA Level 1 & 2 Sports Trainers course.
Session 1 -The Complicated Ankle
Ankle sprains present as one of the most common sporting injuries. They can be incredibly minor and resolve rapidly with simple interventions, but others, do not progress so easily. These so called “difficult ankles” may arise for various reasons, commonly due to an initial inaccurate diagnosis, poor management or poor rehabilitation.
Participants will have the opportunity to hear from Physiotherapist Mat Prior
Session 2 - Hamstring Injuries, Prevention and Rehabilitation
Despite the increase in knowledge surrounding Hamstring injuries, there prevalence within sport has not decreased. Hear from Athletic Development & Rahbilitation Coordinator at Port Adelaide Football Club, Daniel Rogers, as he discusses what is done at the elite sporting level to prevent hamstring injuries. He will also highlight the importance of rehabilitation in preventing reoccurring injuries.
Register for individual sessions, or save $ by signing up for the two sessions now.
Sign up as a SASMA Student Member ($55 incl GST) & you will get access to the two Student Educations sessions free of charge, as well as the two remaining professional member education sessions at no cost. SASMA Membership provides discounted prices to a variety of events including the annual Conference & Masterclass Sessions.
Complete the below form to become a SASMA Member today https://bit.ly/2Ko7cDF
You will need to provide proof of current student status. Once your application form and payment has been received, you will be registered for the two student sessions.
This Professional Masterclass Education sessions is aimed at those who are working or studying in the Medical and Allied Health Professions.
The evenings live webcast will look at:
This session will be presented by Dr Scott Graf.
Allied Health Level 1 Sports Trainers Course
The course you are enrolling in is for Allied Health Students and Professionals who have completed a minimum of first year of a Health or Medical Science based degree. If you are unsure if you qualify to attend this course please contact the SASMA Office to discuss (Ph. 08 8234 6369 or E. email@example.com)
Date: Sunday 16 May, 2021
Time: 8:30am - 5:00pm
Venue: SASAMA Office, Kidman Park.
Please note that numbers for this course will be capped.
2021 SASMA Student EducationWorkshops
This Education workshops give a practical nature to what students are learning at university as well as building on the basics that are taught in the SASMA Level 1 & 2 Sports Trainers course.
During this workshop participants have the opportunity to learn taping techniques from Adelaide Crows Head Trainer, Vince Del Bono. Vince will take participants through a number of advanced taping techniques including Ankles, Shoulders and Knees.
Date: Sunday 30th May and Sunday 20th June, 2021
Time: 9am-4pm (30th May), 9am-3:45pm (20th June)
Venue: 30th May - Port Lincoln (venue tbc), 20th June - Lock (Lock Football Club)
Register for individual sessions, or save $ by signing up to the two sessions now.
To register for both sessions
Complete the below form to become a SASMA Member today https://bit.ly/2Ko7cDF
Date: Sunday 25th July and Sunday 22nd August, 2021
Time: 9am-4pm (25th July), 9am-3:45pm (22nd August)
Venue: 25th July - Mt Gambier (venue tbc), 22nd August - Naracoorte (venue tbc)