Since 1974, the NCATA has served to support athletic trainers, to promote and advance the profession of athletic training in North Carolina. The NCATA is a member of the Mid-Atlantic Athletic Trainers Association (District 3) and the National Athletic Trainers’ Association.
Mark your calendars for December 9th and 10th as we will be holding our 2016 Annual NCATA Fall Business Meeting & Symposium at Carolina’s Healthcare System – NorthEast More information can be found HERE!
NCATA Election and Awards Executive Board Positions Open in Fall 2016 The North Carolina Athletic Trainers’ Association is seeking nominations for the positions of vice president and treasurer to serve a two-year term beginning January 2017. Duties are as follows: Vice President: The VP shall assume the duties of the President if the current president is unable to fulfill the duties of the office. The Vice-President serves as the parliamentarian of the Board and […]
Check out our Public Relations page for information on the New Concussion related procedures and a Heat Memo from the NFHS.
Please click above for a synopsis of our concerns and talking points regarding the elimination of the NCBATE. The North Carolina Athletic Trainers’ Association is requesting that our occupational licensing board, the North Carolina Board of Athletic Trainer Examiners (NCBATE), be removed from the list of Occupational Licensing Agencies being proposed for elimination in a drafted bill currently being considered by the Joint Legislative Administrative Procedure Oversight Committe. The Joint Legislative Administrative Procedure Oversight Committee […]
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The NCATA is pleased to announce that S. Kowalski, Inc., a Silver Medal sponsor, has agreed to facilitate the awarding of a Professional Equipment Grant (PEG) to NCATA members that have been certified by the BOC for less than 5 years and are employed in a secondary school setting as a full-time employee or through an outreach agreement. Read more…
Gfellar-Waller/Concussion Compliance Site Visit Expectations