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VSADA Leadership Training Registration 2016 Spring Conference
 
Please fill out this registration form fully and click submit upon completion. You will automatically be pre-registered for the courses you select. Once  you have registered, please send a check made out to VSADA to Amy Molina, LTI Registration, U-32, 930 Gallison Hill Rd, Montpelier, VT  05602. You will not be officially registered until the check is received.
 
If you have questions please contact Amy Molina, Professional Development Coordinator, at .

 
 
Make sure your name appears as you want it to read on your certificate. Please add MSRAA, RAA, CAA, CMAA as applicable
 
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Please list your NIAAA membership number. It can be found on your membership card or on the NIAAA Membership Portal site. If you do not have a membership #, please list your home phone number.
 
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LTC 701 Athletic Administration: Administration and Application of Middle School Athletic Programs
PRESENTER: Bob Hingston is the retired Athletic Administrator from Windsor Jr-Sr High School.
 
LTC 701 ATHLETIC ADMINISTRATION: ADMINISTRATION AND APPLICATION OF MIDDLE SCHOOL ATHLETIC PROGRAMS
 
This course provides strategies for the development of middle school athletic programs and concentrates on the role of the Middle school coach and coaching principles. Middle level athletics is an essential part of the total educational process and an excellent opportunity for the home, school and community to work together in order to provide a positive educational experience for middle level children.
 
Sunday, April 3, 2016: 3:00 p.m.-7:00 p.m.
 
 
  Please select the box of the course you would like to take in this time slot. 
     
 
LTC 720 Athletic Administration: Community Centered Educational Athletics - A Character Based Approach to Identifying and Unifying the Whole Team
 
PRESENTER:
Jeff Kurtz is currently the Public Address announcer for Kent State University Athletics. He is a member of the NIAAA Leadership Training Institute faculty and serves as the National Course Chair and lead instructor of the NIAAA LTC 625. He has also served as a HS and MS athletic director and high school coach.
 
LTC 720 Athletic Administration: Community Centered Educational Athletics— A Character Based Approach to Identifying and Unifying the Whole Team Character-based school athletics can truly succeed only when the entire community—School Board, Superintendent, Principal, Parents and Boosters—support the values and views lived out daily by students in the school setting. This course shares the strategies necessary to implement programs within the athletic community of athletes, coaches, athletic department personnel and school faculty. Teachable moments offered through athletics prepare students for the future, especially when everyone supports and reinforces those life lessons. This course will empower the athletic administrator to help motivate in order to be a key figure in helping the school community to understand and embrace important character expectations for the school program
 
Sunday, April 3, 2016: 4:00 p.m.-8:00 p.m.
 
  Please select the box of the course you would like to take in this time slot. 
     
 
LTC 625 Athletic Administration: Management of Game and Event Announcing
PRESENTER:       
Jeff Kurtz  is currently the Public Address announcer for Kent State University Athletics.  He is a member of the NIAAA Leadership Training Institute faculty and serves as the National Course Chair and lead instructor of the NIAAA LTC 625. He has also served as a HS and MS athletic director and high school coach.
 
LTC 625 Athletic Administration: Management of Game and Event Announcing
 
This course is designed to assist athletic administrators in understanding their role in managing public address announcing at their contests and events. Topics include the role of the athletic administrator in hiring, training and evaluating announcers; developing expectations for their announcers and strategies for communicating the role of the public address announcer in an interscholastic setting. Course points include guidelines and code of conduct for P.A. announcers; the role of the
announcer in promoting good sportsmanship; guidelines for script writing/editing; developing emergency situation/security announcements and discussion/examples of “do’s” and “don’ts” of public address announcing.
 
Monday, April 4, 2016 - 8:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m.
 
  Please select the box of the course you would like to take in this time slot. 
     
 
The LTI registration deadline is February 20, 2016. Each course is $90.00 for members, $115 for non-members (no purchase orders).  All late registrants will be assessed a $25.00 late fee.
 
Please make checks (no purchase orders) payable to the VSADA and send payment to: Amy Molina, LTI Registration, U-32, 930 Gallison Hill Rd, Montpelier, VT  05602.
 
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