Sports Medicine 10
Athletic Trainers in Action
This exploratory course gives students a detailed introduction of the bones, muscles and joints of the body. Students participate in Basic First Aid and CPR training as well as learn about the ethics in sports. The practical component of the course includes care and prevention of athletic injuries, taping and strapping, and participating as trainers for our LBHS athletic teams.
A course fee is required to cover the cost of lab materials, Basic First Aid and CPR certification.
Sports Medicine 20
This 20-level course specializes in the study of human physiology, body systems and their application to an athlete’s health and performance. Students are train in Standard First Aid and CPR, continue performing as trainers for our athletic teams, and perform as leaders and mentors to junior trainers.
A course fee is required to cover the cost of lab materials, Standard First Aid and CPR Re-certification.
Sports Medicine 30
Practical Assessment and Care of Athletic Injuries
Students will expand on their knowledge gained in Sports Medicine 20 and will apply practical assessment, care, and rehabilitation of athletic injuries. Students are First Aid trained as Health Care Providers (HCP) in the area of athletic training and provide leadership and mentoring to Grade 10 and 11 students.
A course fee is required to cover the cost of lab materials and HCP First Aid Certification.