BASRaT is delighted to announce the appointment of Oliver Coburn as Registrar today. The role will be expanded to oversee all membership applications, alongside managing internal administration processes and ensuring best practice.
As registrar, Oliver will work with members to help with professional standards and CPD. The role will monitor Fitness to Practice processes to ensure transparency and robust regulation, develop regulatory processes and manage BASRaT’s annual accreditation with the Professional Standards Authority.
"I am very excited to be working in my new role as Registrar and hope to see the organisation continue its substantial growth as a high quality regulator and membership organisation. The future of Sport Rehabilitation in the UK is bright, our registrants have a wonderful and fundamentally important role in improving the health of the nation and I am delighted to be a part of that future.”
Oliver has worked for BASRaT for over four years as BASRaT Administrator and previously graduated from Salford University with a first class BSc in Sport Rehabilitation, he has since gained an MSc in Public Health. Oliver will also continue to see clients at his Sport Rehabilitation practice in a new, purpose-built facility in Cheshire.
Oliver takes over from Colin Johnson as Registrar. BASRaT would like to thank Colin Johnson for all his hard work in this role, over the previous few years.