HARTNELL SPORTS MEDICINE
Welcome to the Hartnell College Sports Medicine web sight.
The program is supervised by David Beymer M.S. A.T.C. David has been the Head
Athletic Trainer and an Instructor at Hartnell College since August of 1994. His prior athletic training
experience includes being the Head Athletic Trainer at Ohlone College from 1991
to 1994, working as a Graduate Assistant Athletic Trainer at the University of
Arizona from 1989 to 1991, serving as a Student Athletic Trainer at Central Washington
University from 1984 to 1989, and working as a training camp intern for the Seattle
Seahawks for the 1987 and 1988 seasons.
David can be reached at (831) 755-6846 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Hartnell College offers a transfer program in Athletic Training.
Students can accumulate hours under a certified athletic trainer (ATC). To work in the Hartnell College
Athletic Training Room you must be enrolled in one of the following classes:
- PE 15 - Care and Prevention of Athletic Injuries (4 unit)
- PE 116 - Practical Field Experience in Care and Prevention of Athletic Injuries (2 units)
- PE 117 - Practical Field Experience in Care and Prevention of Athletic Injuries (2 units)
- PE 118 - Practical Field Experience in Care and Prevention of Athletic Injuries (2 units)
The following classes are
also offered that may be required to transfer to a NATA Curriculum Program
- HED 2 - Health Education (3 units)
- HED 55 - Advanced First Aid (3 units)
- BIO 5 - Human Anatomy (4 units)
- BIO 6 - Introductory Physiology (3 units)
- BIO 6L - Physiology Laboratory (2 units)
- FCS 23 - Nutrition (3 units)
- PSY 1A - General Psychology (3 units)
For more information on Sports Medicine, Athletic Training or other related subjects,
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