What medical courses do you have for those working in the professional game?

The FA Level 4 Intermediate Trauma Medical Management in Football (ITMMiF) is a two-day intensive course at intermediate level aimed at those allied healthcare professionals who are responsible for immediate care and management of footballers both in the competitive and training environment.

The course assumes a level of knowledge, therefore as a minimum, to attend the course learners must have a medical degree (registered with GMC), be a Physiotherapist/Paramedic registered with the HCPC, a currently practicing nurse registered with the RCN or graduate sports therapist, or be working/studying towards one of the above as an established (final 6 months) third year student. Click here for more information, course dates and details on how to apply. 

The FA Level 5 Advanced Medical Management in Football (ATMMiF) course is a training programme designed to address the needs of doctors and physiotherapists who are primarily responsible for the pre-hospital management of the acutely injured or ill athlete in a sports environment. Click here for more information, course dates and details on how to apply. 

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