Certification: Registered Middle School Athletic Administrator
Registered Middle School Athletic Administrator
Open to candidates with a desire to gain employment, knowledge and skills in the administration of middle school athletics in addition to other qualifying criteria. Through the NIAAA accredited program, the candidate must complete five courses that provide in depth study of skills with a specific focus in the development of middle school programming. Upon completion of the courses the candidate will be afforded a certificate of completion and granted all rights and privileges of a national board certified, Registered Middle School Athletic Administrator.
Bachelor’s Degree, or higher, from an accredited institution
Approval of Personal Data Form (PDF)
Completion of NIAAA Leadership Training Institute Courses LTC 501 and LTC 502, LTC 503, LTC 504, LTC 700,
LTC 701. College and University course work will not be accepted unless the curriculum incorporates the
entire content of the required Leadership Training Course
Candidate must provide a copy of all course completion certificates with PDF, or submit an NIAAA transcript
available through the membership portal
Obtain the verifying signature of a sponsor (athletic administrator, principal, superintendent, state athletic
administrator association executive director (or state liaison in states without an executive director)
Read and abide by the NIAAA Code of Ethical and Professional Standards
The NIAAA preserves, enhances and promotes education-based athletics through the professional development of interscholastic athletic administrators. As a recognized accredited educational institution committed to leadership programs, resources, and service opportunities, the Association supports the athletic administrator’s effort in providing quality athletic participation opportunities for students.