Rules Effective December 15, 2014
The Advisory Board of Athletic Trainers has adopted changes to the licensure rules, and those changes became effective on December 15, 2014. You may download a copy of the new rules by selecting this link http://www.dshs.state.tx.us/at/at_rules.shtm.
Important Information Regarding 2010 Rule Changes
The board has prepared an informational sheet regarding the rule change about the acceptance of the Board of Certification exam for certain applicants. This information was compiled based on the questions and concerns directed to the board during the rulemaking process.
The Jurisprudence Exam is required when applying for a new license starting January 1, 2010.
Beginning January 1, 2010, applications postmarked on or after January 1, 2010 must complete the board's jurisprudence examination and submit proof of completion.
Select this link to pay the exam fee or return to your exam for the Advisory Board of Athletic Trainers exam (In the eCommerce system, this payment is referred to as a "purchase".)
New Applicants: If you are a new applicant for licensure, print your certificate and submit it to the board office with your application. Retain a copy for your records.
ATTENTION – ONLINE SEARCH VERIFICATION NOW AVAILABLE
Now you can perform a real-time search for licensees online, and you can even print a license verification. For more information, click the “Live Online Search Verification” link under the “Find A Licensee” heading to the left.
Online Applications Now Available Through Texas.gov!
You can now apply for a new registration, or apply for registration renewal, through Texas.gov! See the menu to the left for the links and click on, "Apply Online".
Click the link below to read an important message about HIPAA Privacy Standards for providers and entities that submit protected health information to the Texas Department of State Health Services.
External email links are provided to you as a courtesy. Please be advised that you are not emailing the Texas Department of State Health Services (TDH) and TDH policies do not apply should you choose to correspond.