Why I Want To Be An Athletic Training Essay

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Athletic Trainer

I always wanted to become an Athletic trainer as I was growing up. I never really knew too much about it, but when I started doing my research on being an Athletic trainer, I actually knew more than I thought. Being an Athletic trainer I wanted to learn more information about it. I wanted to find out how much the salary would be and also if they were really needed. By using the MS Choices program, the Internet and a personal interview I discovered the meaning and interesting facts about being an Athletic trainer.
An Athletic trainer has to be able to do a lot of things. Athletic trainers evaluate advises individuals to assist recovery from or avoid athletic related injuries or illness or maintaining peak physical fitness may provide first aid or emergency care. Also they have collaborated with physicians to
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Since I wanted to be an Athletic trainer I will have to have at least a bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university. A master’s degree program as also common degree programs has classes and clinical components that I could take to help such as biology, anatomy, physiology and nutrition. There is a program that is called (CAATE) Commission on Accreditation of Athletic trainer programs. I also took the time out to find out how much the salary was for an Athletic trainer and I found out that it is $43,370 dollars per year, and that were only in the month May 2014. The median wage is the wage at which half the works in an occupation earned more than that amount and half earned less. The lowest 10 percent earned less than $27,610 and the highest 10 percent earned more than $67,070. I finally started looking up some similar occupations that was related to being an Athletic trainer and I found out some that was related. A chiropractors, EMTS, and paramedics, Exercise physiologist, massage therapists are all related to an Athletic

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