Connectivity: Traumatic Brain Injury Australia are offering a FREE online course on how to manage concussions.
Who should complete the Sport-Related Concussion Short Course?
Coaches, umpires or referees, parents, volunteers, or anyone who may be first on the scene of a sport-related concussion. And people who have a general interest in learning more about concussion in a sport-related context!
How long does it take to complete?
The Sport-Related Concussion Short Course provides interactive, engaging learning that takes approximately 15-20 minutes to complete. The course also includes lived experience stories, which are optional viewing.
What will I learn in the Sport-Related Concussion Short Course?
The course covers the essentials of understanding and managing concussion, the importance of seeking medical care, and the different paths to recovery. There is also a range of fact sheets and downloadable resources, including advice on returning to sport, school and work following a concussion.
How much does it cost?
The Sport-Related Concussion Short Course is free to complete. At the end, there is the opportunity to invest in a personalised certification of completion for $10.
Who created the course?
The Sport-Related Concussion Short Course was created by the team at Connectivity, reviewed by its Expert Committee and refined with feedback from a number of sporting codes. Connectivity is an Australian not-for-profit, working to educate and raise awareness on concussion and traumatic brain injuries within our community.
How do I enrol?
Visit the Connectivity website or click here to enrol.