The written exam is completed online. There will be 2 written exam sessions in 2017: Friday, September 22, 2017 and Friday, November every year on the third Friday in November 17, 2017. Both exams will be held at 2pm ET. You have 3 years from when you are approved as a credential program candidate to complete the written exam. At all times you must hold current First Responder. You must apply to the Credential Program prior to registering for the written exam.
September 22, 2017 exam: Registration closes August 15, 2017 @ 11:59PM ET.
November 17, 2017 exam: Registration closes October 15, 2017 @11:59PM ET.
PREREQUISITES OF THE CERTIFICATE EXAM APPLICANT
- Be a graduated physiotherapist.
- Be a member in good standing of Sport Physiotherapy Canada.
- Successfully have met the Credential Program entry application requirements
- Hold a valid First Responder Certificate from a recognized National body such as SPC, Canadian Red Cross,.
- Have sufficient practical experience working with a team or organization and at athletic events. A minimum of 200 hours of documented practical experience as a graduate Physiotherapist. A minimum of 75 hours of which must be in a contact sport and another 75 hours must be in another sport. Proof of reports to Credentials Officer.
- Have a letter of recommendation from a recognized Mentor in the SPC Credential Program.
SPECIFIC OBJECTIVES OF CERTIFICATE IN SPORT PHYSIOTHERAPY
On completing the Sport Physiotherapy Certificate, the physiotherapist will be able to:
- Contribute to continued education in Sport Physiotherapy by working with other physiotherapists and health professionals at athletic events.
- Advise athletes and coaches on proper fitting and maintenance of equipment and protective devices.
- Develop functional tests to determine an athlete’s ability to return to training or competition.
- Stock a first aid kit for a sporting event.
- Demonstrate and describe appropriate first aid procedures for common athletic injuries and emergencies including transportation procedures for the conscious and unconscious athlete.
- Design and implement an accident prevention program.
- Apply the information gained from the curriculum objectives for the Sport Physiotherapy Certificate in the assessment and management of common sports injuries.
- Be cognizant of the legal implications of Sport Physiotherapy involvement.
- Work independently at an athletic event providing first aid, taping, wrapping, strapping, assessment and management of acute injuries and sport massage.
- Explain the structure and function of Sport Physiotherapy Canada.
|When:||September 22nd, 2017 from 2:00pm to 7:00pm America/Toronto|