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* 1. Please complete your demographic information.

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* 2. I have read the NIAAA Code of Ethics.

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* 3. The 14th amendment requires all coaches to disseminate, to athletes and parents, written expectations and consequences.

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* 4. State law mandates the right of participation in athletics.

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* 5. Title IX compliance is required of all schools.

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* 6. Booster Clubs of America is a resource for the writing of a booster club constitution.

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* 7. Each athlete's emergency information and emergency "consent to treat" form should be on-site (home and away).

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* 8. Athletic Directors should give each head coach a pre-season and post-season checklist to aid in the evaluation process.

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* 9. Head coaches are responsible for making the budget requests for their entire program in the areas of uniforms, equipment, transportation, entry fees, books, clinics, booster club and fund raisers.

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* 10. In some instances, the athletic administrator may assign scheduling responsibilities to the head coach but retain the power of approval before the issuing of any game contracts.

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* 11. A Spectator Management Plan should include 3 stages: before the content, during the contest, and after the contest.

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* 12. Based on the five leadership styles, which are you? How does this style benefit you in your role as an athletic administrator? How might this style hinder you in your role as an athletic administrator and/or coach?

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* 13. Discuss the 10 duties related to negligence litigation.

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* 14. What knowledge did you anticipate obtaining/obtain by participating in this course? What aspects of this course will prove to be most useful to you in your role as atheltic administrator and/or coach?

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