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Vermont State Athletic Directors’ Association
2018 State Conference Course Offerings

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Sunday – March 25

 

9:30-1:30         Leadership Training Course: LTC 726 - Athletic Administration

(Ampitheater)                          *** Separate Registration through /Amy Molina

LTC 726 Student Leadership Development - Showing the Way

Enrollees who will derive the greatest benefit: Educators who seek ideas and reference materials to develop student leadership in their respective schools, state and around the country

 

                        Instructor:      Susan Robbins (Athletic Director, Yarmouth High School)

 

3:30 – 7:30      Leadership Training Course: LTC 631 - Athletic Administration

(Maple Suite)                           *** Separate Registration through/Amy Molina

LTC 631 Emergency Management of Interscholastic Athletic Events

This course will provide an overview of how to mitigate/prevent, prepare for and manage emergencies during interscholastic athletic events. The course will highlight venue and event safety, security and emergency management issues. The course will provide guidelines for creating an emergency team, assessing the venues for risks and needs, developing and implementing emergency management plans and debriefing after an incident.

 

                        Instructor:      Jay Hammes (Safe Sport Zone)

 

Monday – April 3

 

8:00 – 12:00    Leadership Training Course: LTC 510 - Legal Issues IV

(Amphitheater)                        *** Separate Registration through Amy Molina

LTC 510 Social Media, Transgender Participation, Event Management & Security, Pregnant & Parenting Student-Athletes & Intellectual Property

This course provides in-depth coverage of the legal standards governing the authority of schools to sanction student-athletes and athletics personnel for misuse of electronic communications tools and inappropriate postings on social media, including strategies for developing and implementing effective social media policies, along with extensive coverage of the legal mandates imposed by courts and legislatures related to event management and security, legal issues regarding the participation by transgender students in school sports programs, the rights of pregnant and parenting student-athletes that must be respected by interscholastic athletics programs, and the intellectual property issues related to schools sports nicknames, logos, and mascots.

 

Instructor:      Bob Davis (Principal, North Country Union HS)

 

8:00 – 12:00    Leadership Training Course: LTC 705 - Athletic Administration

(Maple Suite)                           *** Separate Registration through Amy Molina

LTC 705 Coach Centered Educational Athletics-Character Based Coach-to-Coach Mentor 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 mentoring program. It will also provide athletic administrators strategies and methods to develop and enhance successful coach to coach mentoring programs.

 

                        Instructor:      Geri Witalec-Krupa, CAA (Athletic Director/AP, BFA Fairfax)

 

Vermont State Athletic Directors’ Association

2018 State Conference

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Sunday – March 25

 

9:30 - 1:30 PM                        LTC 726 - Athletic Administration

(Ampitheater)                                          Student Leadership Development - Showing the Way
 

2:00 - 3:30 PM                       CAA EXAM - Registration through NIAAA office ONLY!

(Catamount Room)                           Test Administrator:     Amy Molina, (U-32)
 

3:30 – 7:30 PM                       LTC 631 - Athletic Administration

(Ampitheater)                                          Emergency Management of Interscholastic Athletic Events

 

7:30 – 11:00 PM                     AD Hospitality Sponsored by the NIXON COMPANY

(President’s Suite – Room 422)

 


 

Monday – March 26

 

8:00 – 12:00 PM                     LTC 510 - Legal Issues IV

(Ampitheater)                                          Social Media, Transgender Participation, Event Management & Security, Pregnant & Parenting Student-Athletes & Intellectual Property

 

8:00 – 12:00 PM                     LTC 705 - Athletic Administration

(Maple Suite)                                           Coach Centered Educational Athletics-Character Based Coach-to-Coach Mentor Program

 

9:30-11:30 AM                     Middle School Workshops (open to HS as well)

(Exhibit Hall)

  • “GETTING ORGANIZED- ”Using Technology to Make Your Job Easier”

Presenters: Bob Hingston, CAA & Mike O’Day, CMAA (Retired AD’s)

 

  • ”Pre-Season Meetings for Your Parents - Getting Information Out”

Presenters: Bob Hingston, CAA (Retired AD)

 

11:00 AM – 12:45 PM            Athletic Director Conference Registration/Check In

(Downstairs Lobby)

 

1:00 – 2:15 PM           1st Session – Sports Safe Zone Training/Certification

(Amphitheater)                        "Creating a Safe Place for ALL Competitions"

                                           Moderator:      David Marlow, (MMU)

Speaker:          Jay Hammes (Founder, “Safe Sport Zone”)

 

Monday – March 26

 

2:00 – 5:00 PM                       Exhibitor Registration/Setup

(Exhibit Hall – 1st floor)

 

2:30 – 4:00 PM               2nd Session – Workshop #1

(Amphitheater)                                        “Roundtable – AD Hot Topics”

Moderator:     Bob Hingston, (Windsor)

                                                AD CONFERENCE DOOR PRIZES

 

4:00 – 4:30 PM               VSADA Executive Board Meeting

(Amphitheater)                                       

                                   

4:00 – 5:30 PM           “Attitude Adjustment”Sponsored GRAPHIC EDGE

(President’s Suite – Room 422)                                                              

 

5:30 – 6:30 PM           Conference Buffet & Social

(Exhibit Hall – 1st floor)                           Hospitality Sponsored by ADRENALINE FUNDRAISING             

 

6:30 – 8:30 PM Vendor Session – Exhibits for A.D.’s & Coaches

(Exhibit Hall – 1st floor)                           Visit Exhibit Hall – Vendor Door Prize Drawings                     

 

8:30 PM                      AD HospitalitySponsored by the NIXON COMPANY

(President’s Suite – Room 422)                                                              



Tuesday – March 27

 

7:45 AM                             Breakfast Buffet – “Green Mountain Morning”

(Amphitheater)                               

 

8:45 – 10:00 AM         3rd Session – Workshop #2

(Amphitheater)                                        “Building your Championship Culture”

Moderator:      David Marlow (MMU)

Speakers:         Chris Ummer (LSC) and Deanna Tyson (CSU)

 

10:00 – 10:15 AM       Room Checkout/Break

 

10:15 – 12:00 PM       4th Session – VSADA Business Meeting

(Amphitheater)                        Presiding: Sean Farrell (Middlebury), VSADA President