HALL OF FAME AWARD: 

HOF Guidelines

HOF Nomination Form

The IATA Hall of Fame was created to recognize members who have demonstrated career excellence in of the athletic training profession in the State of Idaho. It is the highest honor which may be bestowed upon a member. Therefore, individuals inducted into the Hall of Fame must exemplify the profession of athletic training by enhancing the quality of health care provided by athletic trainers and advancing the athletic training profession with such qualities as leadership, service, dedication, scholarly activities, promotion and professionalism.

Guidelines:

  • The nominee must be a member of the Idaho Athletic Trainers’ Association for at least twenty consecutive years.
  • The nominee must be a licensed athletic trainer with the State of Idaho.
  • The nominee may not be the current President or Treasurer of the IATA and cannot be the Awards Committee Chair.
  • The award need not be given every year if no candidates are nominated or deemed qualified for the award. 
  • Multiple candidates may receive the award if the committee recommends more than one person. The award can be received by an athletic trainer only once.
  • The nominee must be a member of the Idaho Athletic Trainers’ Association for at least twenty consecutive years.
  • The nominee must be a licensed athletic trainer with the State of Idaho.
  • The nominee may not be the current President or Treasurer of the IATA and cannot be the Awards Committee Chair.
  • The award need not be given every year if no candidates are nominated or deemed qualified for the award. 
  • Multiple candidates may receive the award if the committee recommends more than one person.
  • The award can be received by an athletic trainer only once.

Nomination:

  • Any certified member in good standing of the NATA can sponsor a candidate

Deadline: 

  • May 1st

Award Recipients

None have been awarded to date