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Student Learning Outcomes

Discipline: Certificate: Athletic Trainer Aide I - E0802
Course Name Course Number Objectives
Advanced First Aid/CPR/Emergency Response KIN 5
  • Students will take a written exam to qualify for an American Red Cross - First Responder/Emergency Response CPR and First Aid Card.
  • Students will be able to pass the skills tests, established by the American Red Cross, with the skill level needed to qualify for the First Responder, CPR for the Professional Rescuer ARC cards.
  • 80% of the students will meet the CPR standards which include Adult, Infant and Child CPR Techniques as required by the American Red Cross Certification.
  • Compare and contrast the difference between manual compressions?and using an AED.
  • Perform with competency, the techniques used for immobilization.
  • Identify and analyze the different body systems.
  • Recognize scenarios that require CPR and First Aid skills.
  • Assess the signs and symptoms of various life threatening?conditions and demonstrate the appropriate actions to provide?care.
  • Identify skills necessary for certification in American Red Cross Emergency Medical Response.
First Aid and CPR KIN 3
  • Students will meet the CPR standards, which includes CPR, rescue breathing and obstructed airway, as required by the American Red Cross for certification of the Adult, Child and Infant population.
  • Students will learn and demonstrate skills necessary for controlling bleeding, immobilization techniques and care for sudden illnesses.
  • Develop a scenario for the identification, care and treatment of a sudden illness.
  • With a classmate demonstrate the proper technique of controlling severe bleeding.
  • Complete the study questions at the conclusion of each chapter.
  • Using the mannequin, perform the necessary one-person intervention for a rescue-breathing scenario.
Fitness for Living KIN 34
  • Examine the six dimensions of fitness and wellness.
  • Identify common treatment procedures for exercise related injuries.
  • Students will be able to define the 5 Components of Fitness and identify a benefit of each one.
  • Students completing an assignment in Area E courses will demonstrate meaningful self-evaluation related to increasing their lifelong personal well-being.
  • Read and evaluate food label
  • Students will be able to define and identify the Five Components of Health Related Fitness and their appropriate assessment tools for each.
  • Students will be able to read and evaluate a nutritional food label.
  • Develop personal fitness programs using the F.I.T.T. principles.
  • Describe safe and effective exercise programs
  • Identify common assessments for components of fitness.
  • Analyze current levels of stress and identify appropriate types of stress management and relaxation techniques.
  • Identify the relationship of exercise on disease prevention.
  • Compare nutritional habits with federal nutritional guidelines.
Introduction to Care/Prevention of Activity/Sports-Related Injuries KIN 19
  • Students will be able to perform a basic injury evaluation.
  • Students will demonstrate proficient skill in the various tape and wrap techniques.
  • Understand the roles and responsibilities of the certified athletic trainer.
  • Demonstrate the knowledge of ankle injuries by participating in rehabilitation exercises and athletic taping.
  • Demonstrate the ability to assess lower leg injuries by watching and noting each others biomechanics during standing and walking.
  • Assess flexibility and understand injury predisposition.
  • Describe overhead throwing patterns after reviewing the text and video on proper throwing mechanics.
  • Analyze the involvement of the elbow during throwing and how it predisposes young athletes to injury.
  • Assess spine injury and observe the importance of preventing further injury during spine boarding.
  • Identify various Southern California weather conditions and how they impact physical activity and athletic health.
  • Apply therapeutic modalities and how they affect athletic injury treatment.
Work Experience - Athletic Training KIN 92
  • Develop an increased knowledge of athletic training responsibilities
  • Expose students to employment opportunities in athletic training
  • Students completing KIN92 should be able to set up and breakdown a school athletic training room
  • Students completing KIN92 should be able to successfully and accurately complete hard copy and electronic injury reports and daily injury therapy treatment logs
  • Students will provide care to student athletes while protecting themselves, the patients and the facility from cross-contamination.
  • Students should be able to initiate an injury evaluation under the direct supervision of an ATC.
  • Immediate Care of Athletic Injuries