The Greater Houston Athletic Trainers' Society (established in 1988) is a social, non-profit organization dedicated to improving the communication, continuing education, and organization of the greater Houston Athletic Training community, and to the furtherance, promotion, improvement and enhancement of the Athletic Training profession.
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Texas Liscensure Update
On October 14, 2015, the Texas Commission of Licensing and Regulation voted unanimously to appoint four members to the Athletic Trainers Advisory Committee. One public member position is vacant at this time.
Advisory Committee members will provide crucial guidance to TDLR’s Athletic Trainers program. Their knowledge and technical expertise in this field is essential in helping the Commissioners make informed choices and decisions. TDLR congratulates and welcomes our new Athletic Trainers Advisory Committee members:
- Athletic Trainer: Darrell Ganus, Kilgore, Texas. Term expires 1/31/2021.
- Public Member: Dr. David Schmidt, San Antonio, Texas. Term expires 1/31/2017.
- Athletic Trainer: Brittney Webb, Martindale, Texas. Term expires 1/31/2021.
- Athletic Trainer: David Weir (Presiding Officer), College Station, Texas. Term expires 1/31/2019.
If you are interested in serving as a public member of the Advisory Committee, please apply online.
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Hall of honor
2015 SAT workshop
We had about 1100 STUDENTS at this year's workshop.
Great job and thank you to everyone who helped out.
Huge thanks to Pasadena Memorial Athletic Trainers Kathryn and Stacy for all the work and all your volunteers.
Please complete this as a professional and have your students who attended the workshop complete it as well.
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GHATS members Save lives
Monica Jackson helped save a life by being ready for CPR.