IMPROVING THE QUALITY OF
HEALTHCARE IN ILLINOIS
The mission of the IATA is to improve the quality of healthcare in the State of Illinois through the advancement, promotion, and improvement of the athletic training profession for practicing Athletic Trainers in all settings, and to be proactive in creating effective partnerships in our communities, as well as among those interested in athletic training as a career. In addition, IATA provides a means for a free exchange of ideas for the Illinois athletic training field.
The complete report from the 2023 IATA Membership Survey is available to read here.
Chicago's Mayor Lori Lightfoot recognizes athletic trainers
Learn more about our new Practice Act and how it affects you as an athletic trainer.
Governor Pritzker has signed our updated Practice Act into law!
Confused about the BOC Continuing Professional Certification? Please read this letter from our Education Chair, Nicholas Grahovec.
The Illinois ATs Care team is planning an event to address secondary school athletic trainers' stress. Click to find out how you can join.
To learn about your options for fulfilling this state requirement, please read on.
A collection of athletic training-specific resources regarding the COVID-19 pandemic: how to help, what to do if you are unemployed, what to do if you need help
Information on the new sexual harassment prevention training requirement for all licensed professionals in Illinois, and what the IATA is doing to help you complete this.