• Sports Medicine

     
    Intro to Sports Med
     
    1 semester
    0.5 Credit: CTE, Health, or Elective
    CTE 459
    Open to: 9, 10, 11, 12
     
    NOTE: 90 hours after school lab/internship is an optional component (additional 0.5 credit given for 90 hours work completed).
     
    This course is designed for students who are interested in pursuing a career in a health-related field. This class will explore the different types of heath careers and what it takes to become successful in the field. Students will be introduced to sports medicine basics, anatomy, nutrition, strength, and conditioning techniques, and become certified in CPR and First Aid through the Red Cross.  
     

     
    Sports Medicine 1
     
    1 year
    1.0 Credit: CTE, Health, or Elective
    CTE 460/461
    Open to: 9, 10, 11, 12
     
    NOTE: 90 hours after school lab/internship is an optional component (additional 0.5 credit given for 90 hours of work completed).
     
    This course is for students interested in a career in the health field. Students will explore anatomy and physiology, nutrition, stength and conditioning, and have the option to become certified in CPR and First Aid through the Red Cross. Students will also be introducted to common athletic injuries, how to tape and revent injuries, and emergency procedures.
     

     
    Sports Medicine 2
     
    1 year
    1.0 Credit: CTE, Health, or Elective
    CTE 462/463
    Open to: 10, 11, 12
     
    Dual Credit (formerly Tech Prep) available through Olympic College; 5 credits through MEDA 162: Medical Terminology. Must achieve a "B" or better in class.  
     
    Prerequisite: Successful completion of Sports Medicine 1
     
    NOTE: 90 hours work based learning is an optional component (additional 0.5 credit given for 90 hours of work completed.
     
    This is a course for students seriously interested in pursuing a career in a health related field similar to Athletic Training, Physical Therapy or Nursing. These students will explore injury evaluation techniques, rehabilitation of athletic injuries and the modalities involved in the treatment of athletes. This class will involve a lot of hands-on learning. 
     
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