The tentative locaction for the KIAAA Workshop and LTI Courses will be held in Manhattan at the Four Points Sheraton on Monday 11/11/2019. The agenda for the workshop can be seen by clicking HERE. . If possible, come to the social on Sunday evening at the motel. This is a great way to network with other ADs from accross the state. Hotel reservations can be made by clicking HERE.
There will be LTI courses offered on Sunday. LTI 510 will be offered at 9:00am. LTI 502, LTI 508, LTI 705 will be offered from 2pm-6pm on Sunday.
Also on Sunday Evening, the CAA Exam will be administered for those that have preregistered. Make sure to reference NIAAA.org to see the prerequisites necessary. A verified Personal Data File must be completed and approved by the NIAAA prior to becoming eligible for the CAA exam. Contact Brent Jones at
Registration is done online through FamilyID. Click HERE for the registration link.
Fall 2019 LTC course descriptions.
Sunday 11/10/19 starting at 9 am.
LTC 501 Athletic Administration: Guiding Foundations and Philosophies
The flagship course of Leadership Training serves as an overview for interscholastic athletic administration. This course introduces the philosophy of educational athletics then focuses on the roles of the NIAAA, the NFHS, the State Athletic/Activity Associations, and the State Athletic Administrator’s Associations. The course also previews the NIAAA Leadership Training and Certification Programs. It is a prerequisite for all four levels of certification and includes study materials for the CAA exam. Required for: LTI instructors and all certifications [REVISED 2016]
Sunday 11/10/19 starting at 2 pm. 3 courses
LTC 502 Athletic Administration: Strategies for Organizational Management
This course takes a basic approach to the fundamentals and methods of athletic administration and alerts and educates athletic administrators regarding potential problems and possible solutions in areas such as chain of command, scheduling, contest management, and personnel management. The course also touches upon eligibility, critical incident planning, financial responsibilities, legal, law, liability, equipment, and facilities. Required for: RAA, RMSAA, CAA and CMAA Certification [REVISED 2016]
LTC 508 Athletic Administration: Legal Issues III – (Hazing, Constitutional Law, Disabilities Law, Employment Law & Labor Law)
This course provides in-depth coverage of the legal standards governing hazing in interscholastic athletics programs and strategies for developing, implementing, and documenting an effective anti-hazing policy, along with extensive coverage of the constitutional rights of student-athletes that must be respected by schools when sanctioning athletes for misconduct, the impact of federal disabilities legislation on school sports programs, and the employment and labor law issues related to the administration of interscholastic athletics programs, in particular the minimum wage and overtime requirements of the federal Fair Labor Standards Act. Required for: CMAA Certification [REVISED 2016]
LTC 705 Athletic Administration: Coach Centered Educational Athletics— A Character Based Coach to Coach Mentoring Program
Character based coach to coach mentoring programs utilize the talents, strengths and qualities of the entire team of coaches to maximize the potential of the coaching staff. Mentoring is an attitude, a relationship and an investment which provides coaches the opportunity to support and nurture each other professionally, personally and ethically. This course will highlight mentoring models that demonstrate key behaviors to implement when establishing an effective coach mentoring program. It will also provide athletic administrators strategies and methods to develop and enhance successful coach to coach mentoring programs. [REVISED 2015]