About Kate Randerson
Kate Randerson is Senior Lecturer for BSc (Hons) Sports & Exercise Therapy. Kate is a practising member of the Society of Sports Therapists and has worked over the past twelve years with a local Rugby Union Team.
Kate joined the University in May 2008 as a Senior Lecturer in Sports & Exercise Therapy. She has worked in the education sector for over 30 years and has been involved in the design, delivery and progression of new sports therapy courses at Higher National, foundation, undergraduate and post graduate levels.
Her interests include: pitch-side and emergency management of the injured athlete, sports massage, late stage rehabilitation and sports nutrition. Her work across the FE and HE Sectors has included dissemination of good practice to learning providers, working with schools, colleges, family learning centres and universities.
Kate has experience as an external examiner and for sports science/therapy related courses. She is particularly interested in curriculum development and learner progression between Further and Higher Education level.
Other duties have also included working with several publishers as a book reviewer for both educational and sports therapy texts.
- Preparation for Sport & Exercise Therapy Practice
- Skills for Sports Therapy Practice
- Sports Trauma Management
- Clinical & Professional Skills
Currently interested in researching implement assisted soft tissue work and how this will benefit athletes.