Concussion Awareness

Concussion is a brain injury that needs to be taken seriously to protect the short and long-term health and welfare of all players. Below you will find information and important links for Concussion Awareness.

Not always a knock-out

If there are any signs leading to the suspicion of concussion, a player should be removed immediately from the field of play pending a full medical assessment (the impact itself may on occasion be considered an indicator even in the absence of any immediate symptoms).

A player suspected of sustaining/having sustained a concussion should not return to play on the same day. Subsequently a satisfactory, supervised return to play protocol must be completed, followed by medical approval, prior to return to play.

If In Doubt, Sit Them Out


Interested in finding out more?

Looking to change jobs? Or want to improve your skills? Find career guides on everything from teaching English to marketing and cyber security.

Contact us