Delivery Partner: Sports Medicine Australia is the registered training organisation for Level 1 and Level 2 Sports Trainer Re-accreditation Courses. (RTO) Provider number 110086.
Expiry Period: All Level 1 and Level 2 Sports Trainers will have up to a 12 months’ grace period, from their expiry date, to complete their re-accreditation. After this grace period, trainers will need to re-complete a Level 1 or Level 2 Sports Trainer course to remain qualified.
Please Note if your accreditation has expired, you CANNOT act in the role of a trainer through the grace period.
Any accredited Sports Trainer who has a Provide First Aid (HLTAID003) certificate, with at least 12 months currency, will only be required to complete the eLearning elements of the re-accreditation.
To apply for this option please click here
Face to Face Re-accreditation
Candidates: Anyone who doesn't have a current Provide First Aid Certificate (HLTAID003)
Registration: to locate a course and register, please visit www.playnrl.com/learn
Duration: 4 hours face to face plus additional online eLearning
Pre- Course Requirements: All candidates must complete the online eLearning components of the course prior to attending the face to face content. Failure to do so will result in the candidate not being able to complete the face to face component of the course.
Qualifications Received: all candidates will receive an NRL Level 1 or Level 2 Sports Trainers Certificate and a Statement of Attainment with the following units of competency:
Course Modules: all candidates will complete the following modules:
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