Leadership Training

The NIAAA Leadership Training Program is a voluntary educational program designed by athletic administrators for athletic administrators. Athletic administrators who complete the courses will have attained additional knowledge and perspective of the athletic administrator's role. Completion of leadership courses will enhance the daily operations of the athletic department, will improve the professionalism of the athletic administrator and will have a positive effect within the school and community.

LTC Courses are offered annually at the Annual Conference in Traverse City. Click on the link below to see all the LTC courses and their descriptions.

Related Documents


Courses that are being offered at the 2019 Annual Conference

Thursday, March 14 -

7:30 - 11:30 am  790

12:00 - 4:00 pm  502, 504, 508, 510, 610, 723

5:00 - 9:00 pm 501, 503, 506, 619, 701, 710B

You must pre-register for these courses -- go to your Final Forms - AMP account and you can find this registration under Events.




Certification Requirements Document

NIAAA LTC Course Descriptions




Leadership Academy - 


 2019 ---  August 7 & 8  in Mt Pleasant


More information will be posted here in the Spring





 Leadership Academy Flyer 2018



MIAAA Summer Leadership Academy 2017 - press release

MIAAA Summer Leadership Participants 2017


MIAAA Summer Leadership Academy 2016 - press release

MIAAA Summer Leadership Participants 2016


MIAAA Summer Leadership Academy 2015 - press release

MIAAA Summer Leadership Participants 2015


MIAAA Summer Leadership Academy 2014- press release

MIAAA Summer Leadership Participants 2014

MIAAA Summer Leadership Academy 2013 - press release

MIAAA Summer Leadership Participants 2013


MIAAA Summer Leadership Academy 2012 = press release


Here is a composite of the first Summer Leadership Academy attendees --


2011 MIAAA Summer Leadership Academy picture - 

These folks gave up two days to come to Mt. Pleasant to learn to be more effective leaders in their schools, their communities and how they can best serve the MIAAA and MHSAA and how to get involved to make a difference at the National level.

They have been through Leadership Training courses, had an opportunity to learn from Jack Roberts, Executive Director from MHSAA, gathered information and experiences from the current MIAAA Executive Board as to how they got involved and what are some of the programs they have led in their districts.  They also have been provided a one year membership to the MIAAA and NIAAA for their participation in this Academy.

Congratulations class !!!


Press Release