M-9, r. 11.1 - Regulation respecting certain professional activities that may be engaged in by an athletic therapist

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2. In this Regulation,
(1)  athlete means a person who engages in a physical activity at the beginner or expert level, for competition or recreation, that involves a form of training, the observance of rules of practice, supervision, technical content or a period of practice;
(2)  athletic therapist means a person who is certified by the Canadian Athletic Therapists Association and who
(a)  holds one of the following diplomas:
i.  a Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.) issued upon completion of the Bachelor of Science Specialization in Exercise Science – Athletic Therapy Option from Concordia University;
ii.  the Diplôme d’études supérieures spécialisées (D.E.S.S.) issued upon completion of the Programme de diplôme d’études supérieures spécialisées en thérapie du sport from the Université du Québec à Trois-Rivières;
(b)  holds a diploma issued by an educational institution situated outside Québec upon completion of a program in athletic therapy certified by the Canadian Athletic Therapists Association.
O.C. 345-2012, s. 2; 1164-2018O.C. 1164-2018, s. 1.
2. In this Regulation,
(1)  “athlete” means a person who engages in a physical activity at the beginner or expert level, for competition or recreation, that involves a form of training, the observance of rules of practice, supervision, technical content or a period of practice;
(2)  “athletic therapist” means a person who is certified by the Canadian Athletic Therapists Association and who
(a)  holds of a Bachelor of Science, B.Sc., issued upon completion of the Bachelor of Science Specialization in Exercise Science - Athletic Therapy Option program from Concordia University; or
(b)  holds a diploma issued by an educational institution situated outside Québec upon completion of a program in athletic therapy certified by the Canadian Athletic Therapists Association.
O.C. 345-2012, s. 2.