To become a registered member of BASRaT and be authorised to use the title ‘BASRaT-reg’, applicants must graduate from a BASRaT accredited programme and pass the BASRaT registration exam. The exam consists of questions that cover all domains of Sport Rehabilitation practice and is part of the BASRaT international certification process and International Arrangement. The requirements to become BASRaT-reg are outlined below:
Eligibility - Minimum Requirements
Applicants must meet the following educational and professional criteria in order to be eligible to sit the registration examination. These include:
- BASRaT Accredited degree* or entry via the International Arrangement.
- Trauma Care qualification endorsed by the faculty of pre-hospital care (for initial entry onto the register)
- Completion and submission of all other documentation in relation to Fitness to Practise
*A full list of BASRaT accredited programmes (BSc and MSc) can be found here.
Registration Exam and International Arrangement
BASRaT are currently in the process of accumulating exam data and as a result, have been granted provisional acceptance into the International Arrangement (IA). Organisations who have met all criteria except the exam requirements may be granted provisional acceptance into the IA. Please see the link below for further information.
New and returning Registrants
When you are in the final semester of a BASRaT accredited course, or have completed a BASRaT accredited course, hold the relevant Trauma Qualification and have completed the minimum clinical hours, you are eligible to sit the exam.
Anyone returning to the register after a period of lapse must follow the member lapse process
The International Arrangement provides an opportunity for ARTI, BOC and CATA certified/registered Athletic Trainers, Athletic Therapists and Sport Rehabilitators to be mobile on a global scale and challenge the BASRaT registration exam. For more details, please see international certification page.