Courses in Athletic Training

 

KPET 120 EMERGENCY PROCEDURES

Units: 2.00 - UC:CSU 36.0 hours lecture maximum, 18.0

hours lab maximum

Introduces procedures to maintain health in emergency

first aid situations. Successful course completion qualifies

a student for the American Red Cross Community

First Aid and Safety, CPR for the Professional Rescuer

and Automated External Defibrillation cards. Does not

satisfy the Physical Education requirement for the associate

degree.

 

KPET 210 PREVENTION AND CARE OF

ATHLETIC INJURIES

Units: 3.00 - UC:CSU 54.0 hours lecture maximum

Introduces the field of athletic training, including the role

of the athletic trainer in relation to the physician, coach,

and athlete, while emphasizing the prevention, recognition,

and treatment of common sports injuries. Does not

satisfy the Physical Education requirement for the associate

degree.

 

KPET 210L PREVENTION AND CARE OF

ATHLETIC INJURIES LAB

Units: 1.00 - UC:CSU 54.0 hours lab maximum

Covers principles and techniques for application of protective

taping, padding, wrapping, and bracing with an

emphasis on the prevention of sport and exercise

injuries. Does not meet the Physical Education activity

requirement for the associate degree.

 

KPET 212 ATHLETIC TRAINING CLINICAL

EXPERIENCE

Units: 3.00 - CSU 36.0 hours lecture maximum, 54.0

hours lab maximum

Provides clinical experience for students interested in

sports related injury care and prevention. Includes prevention,

recognition, treatment and rehabilitation of

sports injuries. Does not meet the Physical Education

activity requirement for the associate degree. May be

taken four times for credit. (Formerly PHYSED-112)

 

KPET 213 PRACTICUM IN ATHLETIC

TRAINING

Units: 3.00 - CSU 162.0 hours lab maximum

Prerequisite: KPET-212.

Provides exposure to immediate recognition and treatment

of sports injuries unique to fall sports with an

emphasis on rehabilitation and taping techniques to

enable athletes to return to competition. Does not meet

the Physical Education activity requirement for the associate

degree. May be taken four times for credit.

(Formerly PHYSED-113)