There are lots of ways to deal with a difficult colleague as an athletic trainer, but the strategies differ depending on the person. Here are 5 types of difficult coworkers and how to handle them.
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You can build positive relationships and get ahead in your career by learning a few simple conflict resolution tactics.
The practice settings we are most familiar with are just the beginning – athletic trainers (ATs) can pursue many exciting pathways spanning many different industries. From preventing injuries and rehabilitating performers, musicians, and vocalists to keeping active military members healthy, in every setting, ATs care about the patients’ growth, development, and well-being. Learning about the different settings in which ATs work is the first step on the path to this rewarding career.
As athletic training grads and current athletic training students prepare for the next chapter in their lives, books can provide insightful advice and research-backed tips.
Getting involved in athletic training conferences or conventions can do a lot for your career. You’ll learn about the latest industry trends, gain some new skills, and make new friends. And maybe there’ll be some free food. But all those speakers, sessions, contacts, and conversations can be a little overwhelming. If you’re going to an
In Part 1 of our athletic training resume guide, best practices and formatting of resumes were discussed. Now, let’s break down each part of your resume piece by piece.
It can be challenging to write the perfect resume since everyone has a different definition of “perfect.” Let’s focus on format rather than perfection.