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The mission of the Arizona Athletic Trainer's Association is to promote and enhance athletic training as an allied health profession in its efforts and ability to service the overall health care needs of the athletic population in cooperation with other organizations and health care professions.


To enhance collaboration and build member engagement.

The Arizona Athletic Trainers’ Association (AzATA) is a not-for-profit 501(c)6 professional membership association for certified and licensed athletic trainers, and others, who support the athletic training profession in the State of Arizona.

The AzATA currently serves over 800 members in Arizona. Certified athletic trainers are recognized as allied health professionals who provide care for active individuals, and who work in a variety of settings including secondary schools, collegiate athletics, rehabilitation clinics, physician’s offices and professional sports. 

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With spring training quickly approaching, it is a good time to remind all individuals of the licensure requirements for Athletic Trainers in the State of Arizona.

Individuals who practice Athletic Training in the State of Arizona are required to hold either a license or a temporary license issued by the Arizona Board of Athletic Training ("Board"). The qualifications for licensure are outlined in A.R.S. § 32-4122, and the qualifications for temporary licensure are outlined in A.R.S. § 32-4127. 

Under A.R.S § 32-4121(4), an Athletic Trainer licensed in another state may practice in Arizona for a limited period of time, not to exceed one hundred and twenty days within a twelve month period. Please take a few moments and read A.R.S § 32-4121(4), which is provided below:

32-4121. Persons and activities not required to be licensed

This chapter does not apply to:

4. An athletic trainer who resides and is employed in another jurisdiction and who possesses the required licensure, certification or registration necessary to practice athletic training under the laws of the jurisdiction in which the athletic trainer is employed if that person is performing athletic training in this state in connection with teaching or participating in an educational seminar or is providing athletic training services in this state to persons of a bona fide professional, intercollegiate, interscholastic or amateur sports organization by which the athletic trainer is employed, for not more than one hundred twenty days in any twelve month period.

Arizona Medical and Sports Experts Come Together to Advance Lifesaving Measures for State's High School Athletes - Wednesday, April 6th, 2022



Past BOD Meeting Minutes

July 9th, 2022 - In-Person

2022 Regular Meetings Scheduled for the 4th Monday of Each Month @6pm via Google Meet (Quarterly Committee Meetings May Vary)

2022 AzATA Membership Meeting Recording 

RMATA 2023 Annual Clinical Symposium

March 23-26th

Denver, CO

NATA 2023: ATs Advance Here

June 21-24th

Indianapolis, IN

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