The NRL Level 1 Sports Trainer course educates participants on the basic principles of first aid, sports injury management, and sports injury prevention. The Level 1 course will qualify participants to act in the role of First Responder for all age groups on game day in the community Rugby League in accordance with the NRL On-Field Policy.
The NRL Level 1 Sports Trainer course covers how to manage emergency situations and apply first aid in a Rugby League environment as well as injury management, crisis management, concussion management, sports taping and transporting an injured athlete. The course is a blended delivery with both eLearning and face to face training.
Participants are required to complete 5 online learning modules, these include:
Face to Face Training
Participants will be required to attend 12 hours face to face training which includes:
All participants who successfully complete the NRL Level 1 Sports Trainer course will receive the following qualifications:
Do you already hold current CPR and First Aid or are you a registered Allied Health Professional? You may be eligible for RPL.
The course will qualify participants to perform the First Responder role for all age groups on game day in Community Rugby League.
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