Academic Institution Membership

Thank for your interest in the WFATT and the academic Institution membership.


The benefits of membership as outlined in our bylaw include:

  • Rights and Privileges of Associate Membership. All Associate Members who have maintained status shall have the right to:

    • receive membership news updates;

    • access the members’ portal on the Organization’s website;

    • attend and contribute to the Annual Members Meeting;

    • apply to host the WFATT world congress; and

    • use the term “Associate” Member of the World Federation of Athletic Training and Therapy


Moreover, and perhaps more important, our plan is to create an international network of academic institutions where collaborations and sharing of knowledge and resources can grow.  We have an academic Institutions committee who will champion this network. Our intent is to attract like-minded institutions from countries including the USA, Canada, Ireland,United Kingdom, Japan, Korea, Taiwan, Israel, Greece etc.


The committee is currently looking at how to best promote student and faculty exchanges.  As an academic progam, you may find this network and general membership with the WFATT of benefit in attracting students to your program.


Member institutions are invited to post our “Proud Member” logo on their website to celebrate their global connection to the profession of Athletic Training and Therapy


Academic institutions can profile their institutions, faculty and students on the World stage  on our website, social media and at the World Congress


The future benefits will be subject to the engagement of our members and I am looking forward to innovative thoughts and ideas.


All of this for a modest annual fee of $150 USD.  In fact, if you join now, you get three months free because it will be applied to your 2019-20 membership which carries through to June 30, 2020.

Please refer to our application form for more information.

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