As a BOC Approved Provider, it is critical your organization is
in front of athletic training leaders. This is why we want to Be
Certain.™ you know about a special sponsorship opportunity.
Get Your Message in Front of Industry Leaders at the BOC’s
suits your needs. We have 13 options to help you reach
industry leaders not just during conference, but on through
March 2014. An outline of the sponsorship options and
benefits can be found at www.bocatc.org.
The 6th biennial BOC Athletic Trainer Regulatory Conference
in Omaha, Nebraska, will convene more than 130
distinguished representatives from across the nation. Slated
for July 12-13, 2013, the conference connects state athletic
training leaders and state regulatory agencies.
Let us know how we can best help you share your company’s
message this July – and beyond. To take advantage of one of
our unique sponsorship opportunities, please contact Mindy
Lindquist by calling (877) 262-3926 ext. 119 or by emailing
We invite you to join us at the sponsorship level that best
Frequently Asked Question
Q. How do I determine the difficulty level of a course?
A. The levels of difficulty relative to athletic training continuing education (CE) were developed by the National Athletic Trainers’
Association’s Continuing Education Committee (CEC). The CEC has developed three education levels: Essential, Advanced
and Mastery. The knowledge and skill content of each level builds upon the previous level. Use the diagram below to determine
the level of difficulty for your CE events.
The BOC and the CEC encourage all BOC Approved Providers to
use the three levels of education in program descriptions and marketing
materials. ATs look for these levels to optimize their CE experiences.
Please use the following statement when
referring to education levels: “According to the
education levels described by the CEC
Committee of the NATA, the following continuing
education course is considered to be
Includes the highest levels of theory,
concepts and applications of knowledge
of technique within a specific area
Includes in-depth theory, concepts and
applications of information and/or techniques
that are presented beyond the Essential Level
Includes core theory, concepts and
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