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1 COLLEGE OF SOUTHERN IDAHO ATHLETIC TRAINING STUDENT HANDBOOK

2 INTRODUCTION This student handbook provides information specific to the Physical Education Program (PHYE) that will be useful to you as you enter, progress through, and exit the program. Knowing this information will help you be a more successful student in the Physical Education Program at the College of Southern Idaho as you pursue your degree. The policies presented in this handbook supplement those presented in the CSI Student Handbook. All PHYE students are expected to read and retain a copy of this handbook through the program. The PHYE faculty reserves the right to update the policies in this book as the need should arise. Students are highly encouraged to seek counsel from their program advisors each semester. 2

3 TABLE OF CONTENTS COLLEGE OF SOUTHERN IDAHO MISSION STATEMENT.. pg 4 COLLEGE OF SOUTHERN IDAHO PHILOSOPHY pg 4 PHYSICAL EDUCATION DEPARTMENT MISSION AND GOALS.. pg 4 5 PHYE PROGRAM DESCRIPTION... pg 5 PHYSICAL EDUCATION CLUB....pg 5 6 PHYE CODE OF CONDUCT.....pg 6 7 PHYE GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS....pg 7 PHYE 20 PHYSICAL EDUCATION EXIT SEMINAR pg 7 8 ATHLETIC TRAINING PHYSICAL EDUCATION ASSOCIATE OF ARTS DEGREE. pg 8 10 ATHLETIC TRAINING PHYSICAL EDUCATION ASSOCIATE OF ARTS DEGREE CHECKLIST..pg 11 ATHLETIC TRAINING PHYSICAL EDUCATION ASSOCIATE OF ARTS DEGREE CURRICULUM PLAN pg 12 PHYSICAL EDUCATION FACULTY..pg 1

4 COLLEGE OF SOUTHERN IDAHO MISSION STATEMENT The College of Southern Idaho, a comprehensive community college, provides quality educational, social, cultural, economic, and workforce development opportunities that meet the diverse needs of the communities it serves. CSI prepares students to lead enriched, productive, and responsible lives in a global society. COLLEGE OF SOUTHERN IDAHO PHILOSOPHY The College of Southern Idaho recognizes all individuals as having value in a democratic society. CSI believes that education is for everyone and at all stages of life meeting students where they are, helping them with where they want to be, and instilling the importance of lifelong learning. CSI strives to foster intellectual curiosity, critical thinking, informed engagement, social and civic responsibility, and productive global citizenship. PHYSICAL EDUCATION DEPARTMENT MISSION AND GOALS The Physical Education Program mission is to provide students and community members opportunities for university parallel transfer curriculum, wellness exploration and education, physical skill development, and fitness enrichment in the pursuit of lifelong educational goals. In support of its mission, the Physical Education (PHYE) Program seeks to meet the following goals: To recruit a diverse student population to Physical Education courses and programs. To retain students in Physical Education courses and programs. To provide high quality courses and degrees that parallel Idaho college/ university undergraduate curricula. 4

5 To provide effective fitness enhancement, health education, and involvement for CSI employees and community members. To collaborate with K 12 and college/ university colleagues. To assess the effectiveness of degrees, courses, and teaching methodologies through outcomes assessment. To attract, retain, and support qualified faculty (including adjunct and concurrent enrollment instructors) who are committed to masterful teaching and student success. PHYE PROGRAM DESCRIPTION The goal of the Physical Education Program is to introduce students to an array of career opportunities in physical education. Careers in the field of physical education include: Athletic Training Exercise Science Health Promotion K 12 Physical Education Recreation Secondary Education Sport Management The Physical Education Program strives to help students successfully transfer to a fouryear college or university. Students take courses from the CSI general education core as well as specific program requirements in K 12 Physical Education, Health Promotion, Physical Education (with an emphasis in Athletic Training, Exercise Science, Recreation, or Sport Management), or Secondary Physical Education.. PHYSICAL EDUCATION CLUB The CSI PHYE Club is a diverse group of future physical educators, those pursuing careers in the sport/health/fitness field, as well as those who simply enjoy physical activity, sport, and fun! Students from all majors are welcome. The PHYE Club plans and 5

6 organizes activities to meet the needs of physical activity and health for students and faculty at CSI. Members of the club will provide events that allow for the participation in and promotion of health, physical activity, and fun! PHYE CLUB GOALS 1. Students will participate in PHYE meetings on campus every week. 2. Student officers will lead Club meetings, facilitate and delegate activity preparations, and will attend in CSI Interclub meetings.. Students will participate in at least 10 hours of PHYE Club sponsored activities. 4. Students will actively participate in Club meetings and activities. ACTIVITIES Boys and Girls Club Halloween Carnival Great Pumpkin Race Turkey Trot Turkey Dodge ball Lane of Trees Sponsor a Christmas family Year to Year Race Field Day Easter Egg Hunt Falls to Falls Race Firecracker 5k/10k Service learning project PHYE CODE OF CONDUCT In accordance with the mission statement and goals of CSI, as well as those within the Physical Education Program and the Education Department, students are expected to abide by a code of conduct to ensure the establishment of an educational, cooperative, and safe environment conducive to learning and growth. Students are expected to conduct themselves in a professional manner, both in dress and in character, during all 6

7 Physical Education courses (including online), internships and/or field experience opportunities. Respect is to be given to external organizations and their personnel and students and to all members of the Physical Education/Education Department, including fellow students, staff, and faculty, regardless of race, age, gender, or religious background. Dishonesty in any form, including cheating and plagiarism, will not be tolerated and will result in disciplinary action. It is hoped that students will develop an inherent desire to learn and grow, not only here at CSI, but also throughout their professional careers, in the community, and in their own personal lives. PHYE GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS: Students must complete program requirements for their PHYE degree (see program advising checklist). Students must complete a Physical Education Graduation Survey. Students must complete PHYE 20 Physical Education Exit Seminar. During this course, students assemble and polish the PHYE portfolio, which has been developed from portfolio entries in earlier classes. Students should stay abreast of specific transfer requirements for the college/university to which they plan to transfer. PHYE 20: PHYSICAL EDUCATION EXIT SEMINAR Students must take PHYE 20, Physical Education Exit Seminar during their last year at CSI. In order to be admitted into PHYE 20, students must: Have met their graduating GPA requirements (see Graduation Requirements above) Have completed PHYE major core courses, which may include o PHYE 150 o PHYE 155 o PHYE 160 o PHYE 16 7

8 o PHYE 220 During PHYE 20 students will: Identify educational programs and contact institutions Identify transfer requirements Complete Physical Education exit portfolio which will require the following: o 80% efficiency on an approved National Safety Council Exam covered in PHYE 150 o Behavior Change Project from PHYE 155 o Reflective Essay from PHYE 160 o Program Design from PHYE 16 o EAP (Emergency Action Plan) from PHYE 220 o Develop and complete project in support of their program of study from PHYE 20 PHYSICAL EDUCATION ASSOCIATE OF ARTS DEGREE TRANSFER: Students completing an Associate of Arts degree in Physical Education Athletic Training are prepared to transfer to a Bachelor degree program offered at any of Idaho s four year colleges. DEGREE TYPES: Associate of Arts (AA) degree, which requires a minimum of four semesters and up to 70 credit hours. DEGREE DESRIPTION: The Physical Education Associate of Arts degree introduces students to careers in Athletic Training. The goals of the degree are to help students earn an Associate of Arts degree and to successfully transfer to a four year program. Students take courses from the CSI general education core as well as specific program requirements in Physical Education, Athletic Training, and Science. PROGRAM STUDENT LEARNING OUTCOMES: The Physical Education graduate successfully completes course work and practical experience in Physical Education Athletic Training by completing the following student learning outcomes: 8

9 Students will achieve a minimum of 80% efficiency on an approved National Safety Council Exam covering First Aid and CPR (PHYE 150 First Aid & CPR) Students will identify and document changes to a behavior (PHYE 155 Health & Wellness) Students will demonstrate an understanding of historical practices, philosophies, and current trends in physical education, fitness, and sport in support of an analytical philosophy statement (PHYE 160 Introduction to Physical Education) Students will design and implement a fitness program (PHYE 16 Fitness Assessment and Design) Students will complete a project in support of their program of study (PHYE 20 PHYE EXIT Seminar) ASSESSMENTS: Students will demonstrate student learning outcomes through a program portfolio. Students will assess their perception of achievement of student learning outcomes on a graduate assessment exit survey. CSI CATALOG STATEMENT ON GENERAL EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS FOR THE PHYSICAL EDUCATION ASSOCIATE OF ARTS DEGREE: Associate of Arts General Education Hours 6 Communication English 6 Humanities 6 Mathematics Science 6 Social Science 6 Gen Ed Elective 4 Program Required Hours 28 2 See below Total Hours Required for this Degree 68 9

10 CAREERS: The Physical Education Athletic Training AA degree is designed to prepare students to transfer to a Bachelor degree program in Idaho while gaining an insight to and skill development in the component described below. ATHLETIC TRAINING: Career opportunities for athletic trainers are promising. Approximately 25,000 athletic trainers are employed in the United States. Employment of athletic trainers is expected to grow about 27% through The certified athletic trainer is a highly educated and skilled health sciences professional specializing in athletic health care. In cooperation with physicians and other allied health personnel, the athletic trainer functions as an integral member of the athletic health care team in secondary schools, colleges and universities, sports medicine clinics, professional sports programs, and other health care settings. Depending on the employment agency and location, starting salaries in athletic training range from $22,000 to $5,000 a year. With a master s degree, a person can start from $0,000 to $6,000 a year. There are athletic trainers who work for professional teams and earn from $75,000 to $125,000 a year. The benefits received as an athletic trainer may include paid vacation, health insurance, and pension plan. 10

11 Education, Physical-Athletic Training Checklist Major Code: 1801R - Associate of Arts COMM 101 Fund of Oral Communication ( cr) ENGL 101 English Composition 1 ( cr) Prerequisite: ENGL 090 or placement ENGL 102 English Composition 2 ( cr) Prerequisite: ENGL 101 or placement Gen. Ed. Humanities Choice 1: ( cr) Gen. Ed. Humanities Choice 2: ( cr) Gen. Ed. Soc. Sci. Choice 1: ( cr) Gen. Ed. Soc. Sci. Choice 2: ( cr) Must be from different disciplines MATH 14 College Algebra ( cr) Prerequisite: MATH 108 w/ a C or better BIOL 227 Human Anatomy & Physiology 1 (4 cr) Prior BIOL 201 is strongly recommended BIOL 228 Human Anatomy & Physiology 2 (4 cr) Prerequisite: BIOL 227 CHEM 111 Principles of Chemistry 1 (5 cr) Prereq: 1 yr of high school chem or CHEM 101 Coreq: MATH 14 or MATH 147 CHEM 112 Principles of Chemistry 2 (5 cr) Prereqs: CHEM 111 and MATH 14 or 147 ALLH101 Medical Terminology (2 cr) ALLH 220 Fundamentals of Nutrition ( cr) PHYE 101 Athletic Training Clinical 1 (1 cr) PHYE 102 Athletic Training Clinical 2 (1 cr) Prerequisite: PHYE 101 or instruc. Permission PHYE 150 First Aid & CPR (2 cr) PHYE 155 Health & Wellness ( cr) PHYE 160 Introduction to Physical Education ( cr) PHYE 16 Fitness Assessment & Design ( cr) PHYE 201 Athletic Training Clinical (1cr) Prerequisite: PHYE 102 or instruc. Permission PHYE 202 Athletic Training Clinical 4 (1 cr) Prerequisite: PHYE 201 or instruc. Permission PHYE 220 Modern Principles of Athletic Training ( cr) PHYE 221 Training & Taping Techniques (2 cr) PHYE 20 Exit Seminar (1 cr) Prerequisite: Instructor permission Total credits for this degree: 68 Have you completed the computer literacy requirement? For more information, contact Jaime Tigue Phone: (208) or The advising checklist is not considered a binding contract between CSI and each respective student. Please refer to the CSI catalog or program advisor for any changes or modifications which may have occurred after the publication of this document. 11

12 College of Southern Idaho Curriculum Plan PHYE-Athletic Training (A.A.) Contact Person: Jaime Tigue Direct Phone: (208) Office Location: GYM 226 Program Description: The Physical Education Associate of Arts degree introduces students to careers in Athletic Training. The goals of the degree are to help students earn an Associate of Arts degree and to successfully transfer to a four year program. Students take courses from the CSI general education core as well as specific program requirements in Physical Education, Athletic Training, and Science. This is not meant as a substitute for advising but simply as a guide. Students may require developmental classes and should see the advisor for a customized study plan that will meet that student s individual needs. PHYE 220 Freshman Year at the College of Southern Idaho CSI Fall Semester Credit Modern Principles of Athletic Training ENGL 101 English Composition 1 PHYE 101 Athletic Training Clinical 1 1 Spring Semester BIOL 228 Human Anatomy & Physiology 2 ENGL 102 English Composition 2 PHYE 150 First Aid & CPR CSI Credit 4 2 MATH 14 College Algebra HUM GEN ED Humanities Elective PHYE 221 Training & Taping Techniques 2 ALLH 101 Medical Terminology 2 BIOL 227 Human Anatomy & Physiology 1 4 PHYE 155 Health & Wellness PHYE 102 Athletic Training Clinical 2 1 Total 16 Total 18 Fall Semester CHEM 111 Principles of Chemistry I PHYE 160 Introduction to Physical Education HUM GEN ED Humanities Elective PSYC 101 General Psychology PHYE 201 Athletic Training Clinical SOC SCI GEN ED Social Science Elective Sophomore Year at the College of Southern Idaho CSI Credit 5 1 Spring Semester CHEM 112 Principles of Chemistry 2 CSI Credit ALLH 220 Fundamentals of Nutrition Fundamentals of Oral COMM 101 Communication PHYE 20 Physical Education Exit Seminar PHYE 16 Fitness Assessment & Design PHYE 202 Athletic Training Clinical Total 18 Total 16 12

13 PHYSICAL EDUCATION FACULTY DEPARTMENT CHAIR: John Hughes Secondary FULL TIME FACULTY: Brook Skidmore Health Promotion Jaime Tigue Physical Education AA Shelly Wright K OFFICE SPECIALIST: Kimberlee Ward

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