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IAABO Officials’ School @ Albright College

June 28-30, 2024
July 26-28, 2024

43rd Year of IAABO Officials Schools


IAABO will host two officials’ schools at Albright University this summer.  Both are expected to sell-out.  The first session will be held June 28 – 30, 2024 and the second session will be held July 26-28, 2024.  The goal of the IAABO Officials’ School is “professional improvement” for all attendees.  The desire to improve must always be present if one wants to achieve success as an official. Over the past nine decades the many and varied continuous education materials and officials’ schools, which IAABO provides, has assisted thousands of new and veteran officials learn and refine their skills.
IAABO Schools are designed to provide officials who have a wide variety of ability and experience with the individual attention to meet her/his specific needs. The focal points of each school are the review of rules, mechanics, signals and professionalism.  Each official can expect to receive quality instruction in the classroom and on the court. At IAABO Schools, officials receive instant feedback, including video, which can be incorporated into their officiating immediately.
IAABO Officials’ Schools are dedicated to improving the officiating skills of the men and women who enroll. The program is designed to benefit those who wish to embark upon a career in officiating as well as those who seek refinement of their skills.
Classroom sessions will cover all aspects of officiating with lectures, films,  workshops and testing. Each official will receive a certificate denoting completion of the course of study provided by the IAABO Officials’ school. Only high school rules and mechanics will be taught and used.
You must have at least one year of officiating experience to attend an IAABO Officials’ School.