NATA offers a robust variety of educational resources to help athletic trainers stay up to date with the latest clinical teachings and techniques. NATA EducATe provides users with an extensive educational library, a customizable experience, the ability to interact with peers and more.
Visit the Getting Started webpage to learn about how to set up your account and navigate the system or the FAQ webpage to learn about course guidelines and policies. Ready to view our courses? Visit the NATA EducATe Courses webpage where you can browse or search by keyword, domain, topic and course format.
Have questions about reporting CEUs to the BOC? Read the Reporting Cycle FAQ and learn how to utilize NATA EducATe to meet your CEU requirements.
What Is a NATA EducATe Credit?
An NATA membership benefit, NATA EducATe credits allows members to purchase select courses in the online learning platform. All NATA members who have renewed their membership in full are eligible for up to $150 credit to use toward select purchases in NATA EducATe. See the dues paid schedule below for credit amounts:
NATA EducATe Credits
Jan. 1-June 30
Eligible for $150 credit
July 1-Sept. 30
Eligible for $75 credit
NATA EducATe credits are available to be redeemed February through December and expire at midnight CST Dec. 31 of the renewal year. Members who join after Oct. 1 are joining for the upcoming year and won’t receive a credit until February of their membership year.
Learn more about how to use your credit on the NATA EducATe FAQ webpage.
CEU Requirements and Reporting CEUs
All CEUs are due by Dec. 31 of the reporting year. To learn more about CEU requirements and how to report any previously earned CEUs, visit the BOC website.
Statement of Credit
Members who have earned CEUs from attending NATA's events outside of NATA EducATe can access their Statements of Credit via this portal.
NATA thanks our event sponsors. In alignment with continuing education rules, our thanks and acknowledgement don't infer endorsement or guarantees regarding effectiveness, quality or safety.
Conflict of Interest
In compliance with continuing education requirements, all presenters must disclose any financial or other associations with companies to which they have a direct link and/or financial relationship related to the topic/content of their presentation.