Alaska Statutes.
Title 8. Business and Professions
Chapter 7. Athletic Trainers
Section 10. License Required.
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AS 08.07.010. License Required.

(a) An individual may not practice or offer to practice athletic training, or allow another person to offer athletic training by the individual, in the state without being licensed under this chapter, unless the individual is

(1) a student in an accredited athletic trainer program who is practicing athletic training under the supervision of an athletic trainer or a person licensed to practice medicine or osteopathy under AS 08.64;

(2) licensed, certified, or registered as an athletic trainer in another state and is present in the state for not more than 90 days in a calendar year for a specific athletic event or series of athletic events with an individual or group not based in the state; or

(3) in the military service of the United States or as an employee of the federal government performing athletic training services within the scope of the individual's official duties.

(b) This section does not prohibit a person licensed under another chapter of this title from performing functions defined as athletic training if those functions are within the scope of that person's license and the person does not use a title listed in (d) of this section.

(c) Nothing in this chapter requires licensing of a coach or fitness trainer who

(1) does not use a title listed in (d) of this section; and

(2) is acting within the scope of the person's duties as a coach or fitness trainer.

(d) Unless licensed under this chapter or exempted under (a)(2) or (3) of this section, an individual may not use the titles “athletic trainer,” “licensed athletic trainer,” “certified athletic trainer,” “athletic trainer certified,” “A.T.,” “A.T.L.,” “C.A.T.,” “A.T.C.,” or any combination of those terms to indicate that the individual is a licensed athletic trainer.

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