Number of states with the BOC exam as
a requirement to obtain regulation:
is by obtaining an official electronic verification.
Request that your potential hire(s) send you an
official electronic verification today.
ATs, are you applying for a new job?
Attention State Regulatory Agencies:
Please visit the BOC’s state regulatory agency
webpage and review your state contact
information and links. If you have a change,
please contact the BOC office by emailing
ATs may request official verification of their
current certification status for employment
purposes by submitting a formal request and
$15 processing fee through BOC Central™ (once
logged in, click “Official Electronic Verification”
in the “Certifications” section). Requests are
processed immediately upon receipt.
8 FALL 2009
Assure your potential employer that you are a
BOC Certified Athletic Trainer by sending them
an official electronic verification of your
certification status. Take the initiative and order
your electronic verification today.
Please note that each electronic verification link
expires after 30 days or once it has been accessed
(whichever occurs first). In order to avoid having to
request and pay for another electronic verification,
Be Certain.™ the recipient views the verification
before it expires and knows that the verification can
only be reviewed one time.
The BOC processes an average of about
certification verification requests
Employers, are you getting ready to hire an
Athletic Trainer (AT)?
2008 CE Audit
State with the highest number of ATs:
It is important for employers to verify an AT’s
certification status. Employers can Be Certain.™
that the AT(s) they are considering for
employment are highly qualified healthcare
professionals educated in preventing,
recognizing, managing and rehabilitating
injuries that result from physical activity. The
easiest way to verify an AT’s certification status
The BOC is wrapping up its continuing
education (CE) audit for the 2006-2008 reporting
period. The BOC has reviewed documentation
for 972 CE files since March 1, 2009. The most
common deficiency continues to be in the area
of emergency cardiac care (ECC).