|1.||Evaluate and report on common sporting injuries along with their mechanisms, appropriate tests and effect on performance, and apply this material to help devise appropriate return to play criteria within athletic populations;|
|2.||Compose and justify well designed return to play exercise protocols for one or a number of common sporting various injuries; and,|
|3.||Propose and present a clear and logical return to play plan to relevant coaching/playing staff including exercise protocols.|
|Portfolio||Review a region of the body and develop an index of common injuries, mechanisms/mechanical factors, structural impairments and healing times||30%|
|Case Study||Demonstrate an understanding of a common upper and lower body sporting injury and provide a clear return to play program based on a case study athlete||50%|
|Presentation||Presentation detailing a return to play program designed for an athlete and coach||20%|
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