What does the NATA International Committee do?
This committee addresses concerns of members who are living, working or stationed outside the continental United States. Review, recommend and execute programs, policies and alliances that affect international members and regular certified members living outside of the United States. Promote the use of ATCs in the international job market and the NATA brand internationally. The committee may review and recommend patronage and sponsor requests by other international organizations, and generally support activities related to World Federation of Athletic Training and Therapy (WFATT), which is a separate entity.