31 Jan 2014

Ira Hurley District Officers Award for Outstanding Achievement

Criteria:

Presented to an District Officer who has demonstrated integrity and honesty in dealing with members of his/her District, all other members of the AAU, and the public in general; who has assisted in the improvement of his/her District; who has demonstrated that the service to the District has not been motivated by self-benefit or personal gain and that no conflict of interest exists in any AAU activities. Nominee must have been a member of the AAU at the District level for at least five years. Nominees are submitted by their District to the designated committee annually, and unsuccessful nominees shall be considered for three years after their first year of nomination. Requests for nominations will be forwarded to all Districts.

29 Jan 2014

Arthur Carling Toner, Jr. Memorial Award

Criteria:
The Arthur Carling Toner, Jr. Memorial Award is presented to a District Registrar for distinguished registration service to the Amateur Athletic Union of the US, Inc. for a minimum of 10 years.

9 Oct 2013

What Can AAU Basketball Do For YOU?

What Can AAU Basketball Do For YOU?

Paul Brownfield, of the Crons Basketball Club in Kentucky, is a veteran coach with the Amateur Athletic Union.

3 Oct 2013

2013 AAU LEADERSHIP CONFERENCE KEYNOTE SPEAKER

2013 AAU LEADERSHIP CONFERENCE KEYNOTE SPEAKER

Dr. Todd Maugans, Pediatric Neurosurgeon and Chief of Neurology at Nemours Children's Hospital speaks at the the 2013 AAU Leadership Conference.

4 Sep 2013

AAU Mandatory Coaches Education

The AAU National Office is happy to provide FREE Coaches' Education for all AAU Non-Athletes. This exciting program is administered by Positive Coaching Alliance (PCA), using their Double-Goal Coach online courses. A Double-Goal Coach has two goals: the first is to win, but the second, more important goal, is to teach life lessons through sports.

1 Sep 2013

Licensing your event and fees

Licensing your event and fees

Licensing your event with AAU has many benefits. Click this article to for more information about licensing and fees.

1 Sep 2013

Event Director, AAU Membership Lookup

Event Director, AAU Membership Lookup

Event Director Membership lookup is used by Licensed Event Operators to verify AAU Membership for Event participants.  You will need your Event ID and your AAU Club ID.  Click this article to continue.  

1 Sep 2013

FEE STRUCTURE

Verification of insurance: FREE. Verification of insurance coverage is a benefit of AAU membership. Waiver of subrogation request: This program may include waiver of subrogation if facility requires the member club to have such coverage. Member club must request said coverage by submitting a copy of written agreement when applying for the certificate of insurance and pay the appropriate administrative fee. For waiver of subrogation (coverage) to be in force, there must be a written facility contract executed prior to the date of the occurrence.  Third party/additional insured certificate(s): This program is designed to provide member clubs the ability to obtain certificate(s). The fee structure is based on requesting the third party/additional insured certificate(s) at least 30 days before coverage start date or incurring an expedite fee.  Click this article for more information.

1 Sep 2013

INSURANCE CERTIFICATES INTRODUCTION

The AAU insurance verification and certificate program was developed to confirm insurance coverage which is included as a benefit of membership. These requests for verification and/or certificates must be initiated by the AAU member club for facilities, entities, venues, sponsors, and others.  Click this article for more information.

1 Sep 2013

INSURANCE CLAIMS FORMS

INSURANCE CLAIMS FORMS

For Sports Accident Claim Forms, Non-Member Injury Claim Form and Incident Reporting Form;  Click this article for more information.

1 Sep 2013

EXTENDED COVERAGE PROGRAM (AB)

The Extended Benefit Membership program was developed to extend coverage for AAU members while they participate in events hosted by other sports entities (not the AAU).This membership option is available on the individual AAU Athlete or Non Athlete application.

To have extended coverage (AB), the following criteria applies:

  • For team competitions, the entire competing team and coach (non-athlete) must be AAU extended coverage members. 
  • For individual competitions, each competing individual must be an AAU extended coverage member and must be supervised by an AAU extended coverage registered coach (non-athlete).

1 Sep 2013

GENERAL LIABILITY

General Liability coverage is provided for properly registered athletes, non-athletes (i.e. coaches), people affiliated with the AAU through its members and clubs covering claims due to damage or injury caused by negligence or acts of omission during performance of duties or conducting business (i.e. running an event or hosting a practice).  Click this article for more information.
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