LTC Course Descriptions
The cost for 1 class is $125. Save money and attend a second class for only an additional $100.
Monday, March 23rd, 6pm-10pm, University A, Kelly Inn / LTC 503, Athletic Administration: Enhancing Organization Management - This course is a companion course to Strategies for Organizational Management and outlines an 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 special events, public relations, awards, fundraising and Booster Clubs. The course also touches upon ways to increase or improve citizenship and sportsmanship through positive initiatives. Athletic Administrators will have a hands-on experience creating handbooks and a strategic plan for their school. Required for: RAA, RMSAA, CAA and CMAA Certification. [NEW 2016] LTC
Monday, March 23rd, 6pm-10pm, University B, Kelly Inn / LTC 608 - Athletic Administration: Management Strategies and Organization Techniques - This course is designed to inform athletic administrators how to more effectively organize and manage their time, apply time management principles, be more productive and have balance to life. Instruction will focus on 12 key components and strategies, including proven techniques and tips to teach participants how to: set goals and priorities, plan for results, organize for success, process paperwork, delegate effectively, eliminate time wasters, enhance decision-making, make meetings productive, conquer procrastination, utilize technology, communicate effectively and reduce stress. [REVISED 2018]
Tuesday, March 24th, 9am-1pm, Weidner Room, River Edge, First Floor / LTC 502 - Athletic Administration: Strategies for Organization 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
Tuesday, March 24th, 9am-1pm, University A, Kelly Inn / LTC 504 - Athletic Administration: Legal Issues I (Liability for Sports Injuries and Risk Management) - This course provides in-depth coverage of the legal standards governing liability for sports injuries, including the duties imposed by courts and legislatures on athletics administrators, coaches, athletic trainers, and other athletics personnel related to safeguarding the health and well-being of student-athletes and other persons in school sports environments, along with strategies for developing, implementing, and documenting an effective risk management program for interscholastic athletics. Required for: CAA, RMSAA and CMAA Certification [REVISED 2016]
Tuesday, March 24th, 9am-1pm, University B, Kelly Inn / LTC 790 - Athletic Administration: Leadership Training Instructional Methods and Techniques - Since its inception, the integrity of the NIAAA LTI program has been maintained through the consistent and accurate delivery of course curricula. LTC 790 ensures the consistent and accurate delivery of all LTI courses by first providing instructors with an awareness of the expectations that are placed upon them as course instructors, and then by providing instructors with the appropriate instructional strategies, methods and techniques necessary to properly deliver the courses to students. Current LTI National Faculty Instructors guide potential LTI instructors through a series of exercises and interactions that demonstrate best practices for the successful teaching all LTI courses. To become an LTI instructor, individuals must complete LTC 501, LTC 790 and the course the individual will be instructing. Required for: LTI instructors [REVISED 2018]