Events

Featured Event: 

2021 NATA Spine Injury in Sports Conference: 
April 26, 2021 – May 25, 2021

The 2021 NATA Spine Injury in Sports Conference was developed by the Spine Injury in Sport Group to share advances in research that have paved the way for improvements in prevention and best practices in the management of acute spinal injury.

Pricing

Member Rates

Non-Member Rates

Early

Thru April 25

Regular

April 26-May 25

Early

Thru April 25

Regular

April 26-May 25

$275

$350

$575

$650

Event Features

  • On-demand access to 9 hours of Category A CEUs for 30 days (April 26-May 25)
  • On-demand access to Group networking (text or video chat) for 30 days (April 26-May 25)
  • Scheduled Specialist Chats and Peer Chats (May 10-12)

 

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Learn From the Best, Online

In addition to offering online educational resources such as the Professional Development Center and webinars, NATA also offers multiple different opportunities for you to learn from industry experts on a wide range of topics that give you the chance to network and discuss issues while improving your skill set.

 

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Convention

The NATA Clinical Symposia & AT Expo is the premier live event for athletic trainers. Our three-day convention offers important educational advances, career networking, association business and social opportunities as well as access to our AT Expo, featuring the largest exhibition of athletic training products and services in the world.

 

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ATEC

The theme for VATEC 2021 is “Strategies for Athletic Training Pedagogy and Assessment” and the live event is April 29-May 1. In addition to targeted education, this event includes multiple engagement opportunities, including VATEC Chats, the AT EducATionalists Town Hall, and direct messaging (text or video) with small group discussions in the networking section.

 

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Secondary School Sessions

The NATA Secondary School Athletic Trainers’ Committee (SSATC) is hosting a new educational and engagement opportunity for athletic trainers who work in secondary schools. The goal of these sessions are to ensure the secondary school AT is abreast with the latest information on key topics and have practical strategies for policy development and implementation in their school or organization.

 

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COPA Con

The NATA Council on Practice Advancement (COPA) hosted its first-ever conference with a focus on physician practice and healthcare administration. The goal of this conference is to shape attendees into better leaders in the clinic, hospital and health spaces, and provide them with strategies to better showcase their value to employers.

 

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Timely Topics

The goal of the Timely Topics series is to provide the NATA membership with a monthly, engaging, non-CEU series event that will be a 30m high level, introductory conversations with the goal of exciting the AT attendee and guiding them where to take a deeper dive into the topic post-event.

To learn more and access exclusive resources related to these topics, visit the members-only NATA Timely Topics page.

 

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Webinars

NATA webinars bring you experts, via the internet, presenting important topics in the field of athletic training and an opportunity to earn CEU credit. Most webinars run one hour and fifteen minutes and include an audio/visual presentation and time for questions. NATA webinars are open to registrants on a first come, first serve basis until maximum attendance is reached. Webinar information.

 

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Other non-CEU earning events include Capitol Hill Day, National Athletic Training Month and Youth Sports Safety Summit

 


 

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NATA does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, religion, sex, disability, military status, sexual orientation, gender identity or age. NATA is committed to accessibility and non-discrimination in all aspects of its continuing education activities. Participants who have special needs are encouraged to contact program organizers so that all reasonable efforts to accommodate these needs can be made.