The CAATE has compiled frequently asked questions for students, professionals and post-professionals. Find answers to your questions below.
Students - GENERAL QUESTIONS
I have misplaced my certificate showing graduation from a CAATE accredited program. How do I go about replacing this document?
Students should contact their program director to obtain proof of graduation from an accredited program. The CAATE no longer provides certificates for professional programs as verification of graduation from an accredited program, as all candidates for the Board of Certification (BOC) examination must graduate from a CAATE accredited program. State licensing boards have been notified of this change in certificate issuance and no longer requires a certificate from the CAATE as proof of graduation from an accredited program.
PROFESSIONAL FAQS - General Questions
Our accreditation certificate says we are accredited through 2019-20, when do we need to submit our self-study?
Under the CAATE system of accreditation, accreditation is a continuing process. Should a program not submit the self-study at the required time, the athletic training program will be placed on probation and ultimately, may have its accreditation removed involuntarily. All self-studies are due July 1st. If a program’s accreditation certificate says 2019-20, the self-study is due July 1 of 2019. The site visit must occur during a window of dates determined by the CAATE, in the fall of 2019 or spring of 2020. The program director and the site visitors (once they are assigned) mutually agree on the date of site visit. Self-studies are submitted within the eAccreditation system.
PROFESSIONAL FAQS - BOC Pass Rate Table
If we are transitioning from a BS degree to an MS degree. Does the BOC pass rate three-year “clock” reset with our first MS degree candidate?
The undergraduate BOC data would be carried over since it is considered the same accredited program.