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Tournament Certifications

 

Level I

  

Regional P.A.C.E. Certification acknowledges the improvements in academics and athletic college preparation and accountability. A comprehensive philosophy and approach has been implemented focusing on the 18 Core Standards of the NCAAA.  Self-Evaluation Surveys (SES) and Individual Improvement Plan Assessments (IIPA) will be two of the major evaluating tools when determining “Probationary Regional Certification” or “Permanent” Regional Certification.  Administrators and their employees will work closely with NCAAA staff and certified affiliated organizations to ensure maximum growth in areas of weakness determined by the 18 Core Standard Final Assessment.

 

Probationary Regional Certification -The final I.I.P.A. ranking must score at least 2.0 out of 4.0 and improve their ranking from the prior year’s evaluation.

 

Permanent Regional Certification -The final I.I.P.A. ranking must score at least 2.5 out of 4.0 for two consecutive years.

 

 

 

Level II

 

Regional P.A.C.E. Certification acknowledges distinction of the highest accord in academics and athletic college preparation and accountability. A comprehensive philosophy and approach has been implemented focusing on the 18 Core Standards of the NCAAA.  Self-Evaluation Surveys (SES) and Individual Improvement Plan Assessments (IIPA) will be two of the major evaluating tool when determining National Certification.  Administrators and their employees will work closely with NCAAA staff and certified affiliated organizations to ensure maximum growth in areas of weakness determined by the 18 Core Standard Final Assessment.

 

National Certification:

 

* The final I.I.P.A. ranking must score at least 3.5 out of 4.0 for two consecutive years.

 

* Prerequisite – Must have Permanent Regional Certification for at least 2 years before applying for National Certification.

 

 

 

How do I Register?

 

Step 1 - Contact Us at - webmaster@nc3aaa.org

Submitting this request tells NCAAA you would like to hear more about the program via email and also conference call. We will contact you within 48 hrs.

 

Step 2 - Conference Call with NCAAA and/or NCAAA certified implementation company.

Conference call to review email materials sent and question and answer. 

Schedule meeting with company president/general manager.

 

Step 3 - Meeting with athletic director and/or principal/counselors

P.A.C.E. presentation review – question and answer session (NCAAA representatives and/or certified consultants/affiliates)

Athletic Organization Self Assessment Survey

 

Step 4  - Submit P.A.C.E. application

Accepted or denied

 

Step 5 - Begin implementation process

Meet with NCAAA rep to discuss individualized implementation process and schedule appropriate to respective organization.