FA Level 5 Advanced Trauma Medical Management in Football Reaccreditation ATMMiFR-8 (formally AREA Reaccreditation)

Course duration:

1 day


14th November 2017

Fee includes:

Lunch & Refreshments

Course Fees:


Payment deadline:

3rd October 2017 


St. George's Park

Course tutor(s):



Mitch Lacey

Course Overview:

The course is a training programme for individuals who have previously completed the two-day AREA course. It provides a review of the AREA content, an update on any changes in protocols and clinical procedures and an opportunity to refresh practical clinical skills.
 Course pre-requisites:
Current AREA holder
 Doctors: GMC registration number
 Physiotherapists: HCPC registration number
 Sports Therapists: Sports Therapy Degree and Member of Society of Sports Therapist

 Sports Therapists should email their pre-requisites to education@thefa.com
 Failure to do so before the application deadline will result in your application being rejected. 
Applicants will be contacted within seven days of the application deadline to confirm if they have been offered a place on the course. Successful applicants will only be confirmed on the course once full payment has been made.

Who is it for?:

The AREA Reaccreditation course is designed for current holders of The FA AREA qualification.
The course is a review of the AREA content, an update on any changes in protocols and clinical procedures and an opportunity to refresh practical clinical skills.

This course is recommended by The FA to be taken on an annual basis, specifically at the one and two year points following completion of the AREA course.

Course content:

Cardiac arrest
Spinal injury
Basic and Advanced Life Support (BLS and ALS)
Use of Automated External Defibrillators (AED)
Advanced airway management
Fractures and Dislocations
Head injury
Maxillo-facial injury 


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Dress code:

Standard dress code on the course is casual.

Should the course require any alternative dress, this will be detailed in the course joining instructions.

Medical information/physical requirements:

If you have any medical conditions which limit/hinder your involvement or participation in coaching activities, you are obliged to declare any relevant, current or previous injuries/illnesses. If you are diagnosed as an asthmatic, diabetic or epileptic, or have any allergies that the course staff needs to be aware of, you must advise us accordingly. Please note, a declaration of injury or illness does not automatically preclude you from any course.

You should further be aware that if you are on a regular course of medication for any condition, you must have sufficient medication to cover you throughout the course. Although first aid cover is provided (where applicable) during courses, no doctor is available to replenish regular medication, nor is there any facility to deliver medical treatment for chronic (longstanding) medical conditions.

Please provide any relevant information regarding the above Medical Information during the application process.

If your application to enrol is successful learners will be required to complete a Medical Form prior to commencing the course.  

Practical Information:

Please note that if a learner has a disability that may prevent them participating actively in the practical sessions, then this should be made known to the course organiser at the point of registration. The course organiser will then take any necessary steps to cater for the learners requirements which may include bringing in footballers to ensure there are sufficient numbers of players.

Filming and photgraphy:

Please be aware that filming and photography of our courses and learners may take place as part of the course delivery.


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