Wednesday, November 30, 2011

Cardiac & Emergency First Responder Courses

ARTI will be running a combined Cardiac First Responder (CFR) and Emergency
First Responder (EFR) course in January of 2012.

These traumatology courses are the minimum required standard of emergency care training for ARTI members and are accredited by the Pre-Hospital Emergency Care Council of Ireland (PHECC) which is the statutory EMS (emergency medical services) regulator in Ireland. Please see for more details

Course Dates:  17th, 18th, 24th, and 25th of January (Tue/Wed/Tue/Wed) 2012
Location:  Dublin City University
Duration:  9.30am to 5pm each day
Cost:  €275 for ARTI members,  €375 for non-ARTI members
Prerequisites:  None (no previous emergency training required)

Certification Validity:  CFR Certification is valid for 2 years and EFR Certification is valid for 3 years
Recertification:  Recertification takes approx 2 hours for CFR and 12 hours for EFR

Places are limited so reserve your place early to avoid disappointment. For further information or to apply for the course please email

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Wednesday, November 23, 2011

ARTI Certification Examination

The next ARTI Certification Examination will take place on Saturday the 3rd of December in IT Carlow.

This may be the last examination date until summer 2012 so be sure not to miss this opportunity to become ARTI certified.

For more information or to register to sit the examination please contact

Monday, November 7, 2011

ARTI Out In Force @ Parnell Park!

Athletic Rehabilitation Therapy Ireland were well represented on the crowning day of Dublin club football this afternoon in Parnell Park where both Intermediate and Senior men's final were contested.

Declan Monaghan ARTC, lined out in the afternoons curtain raiser, the intermediate final, as the Athletic Therapist with Skerries Harps. The north county Dublin club went on to take the nail-biting contest 1-11 to 1-10, defeating Cuala with the final kick of the game to take the county title.

Roy and Diarmuid Brennan ARTC's were next out in action on the Donnycarney sod, lining out as therapists to the St. Oliver-Plunkett's Eoghan Ruadh panel whom took on St. Brigid's in the senior decider. Following a bruising encounter, St. Brigid's came out on top 0-10 to 0-08.

Congratulations and commiseration's to all ARTI members involved!