2016 MSHSAA Annual Summer AD Workshop & New Athletic Directors Workshop
Summer AD Workshop Information
In conjunction with the MSHSAA – the MIAAA will host a Summer AD workshop in Columbia Monday July 25 and July 26. The following LTI courses will be offered. The conference schedule will come out soon.
Monday, July 25: – 2pm-6pm
LTC 502 Athletic Administration: Principles, Strategies and Methods
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 budgets, transportation, and scheduling and parent/student/coach
conflicts. e course also touches upon sample athletic/activity program philosophies, department
organizational charts, activity procedures/checklist, public relations, coaching applications/
assessments and emergency plans.
Required for: RAA, RMSAA, CAA and CMAA Certification
LTC 611 Athletic Administration: Concepts and Strategies for Interscholastic Fundraising,
Marketing, Promotions and Booster Clubs
This course will provide the athletic administrator with strategies and ideas to successfully
promote and market the school’s interscholastic programs and to enhance the success of
supplemental fund-raising designed to create interest in, increase enthusiasm for, and enhance
the image of, a school’s interscholastic activities program are described. Models
of supplemental fund-raising are summarized, including a focused segment on working
successfully with booster clubs and safeguarding of funds that have been raised. e potential for
raising funds through grants and outreach efforts for major gifts are introduced. Detailed
information related to corporate sponsorship is provided. Appendices include sample materials
that may be utilized for grant and corporate sponsorship applications, marketing plans, and
booster clubs, as well as fund-raising resources.
Tuesday, July 26 – 8am-12pm
LTC 506 Athletic Administration: Legal Issues II (Title IX, Sexual Harassment)
This course has in-depth coverage of compliance issues regarding Title IX and gender equity in
an interscholastic athletic program, including the methodology for a school to perform a Title IX
self-audit, and in-depth coverage of the issues and strategies related to the development of an
effective policy for the prevention of sexual harassment in an interscholastic athletic program.
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