According to California Code of Regulations Title 17 Subchapter 6. Organized Camps section: 30750(c) There shall be a full-time adult Health Supervisor charged with health supervision at the camp when campers are present.
Section 30700(f) defines: “Health Supervisor” means a person who is either:
CA Health and Safety Code 1596.866  states that this person:
To meet 1596.866(C ) the American Red Cross has designed the CA Child Care Course. This is a 15 hour course and successful participants will receive the following certifications:
Course delivery may vary between ARC Chapters, some offer one 15-hour 2-day course and others may offer the course in 2 modules (1.CPR-Adult, Child, & Infant and Pediatric First Aid - 8 hours; 2. Preventative Health & Safety - 7 hours). In order to meet the CA requirement, you must receive training that totals 15 hours and contains both Module I & II.
NOTE: Some American Red Cross Chapters offer the “California Child Care Preventative Health & Safety” Course as one,
Preventative Health & Safety Courses
Northern CA American Red Cross Chapters
Alternative to ARC CA Child Care Health & Safety Course
Other options are available to the ARC course, but be sure the course will meet the CA requirements. The following are the resources from the CA EMSA to guide you:
Note to CA ACA Accredited Camps
In addition to meeting the CA Health Supervisor requiurements Accredited camps must continue to meet ACA Mandatory Standard HW.2 (check for equivalent certifications www.acacamps.org/accreditation/firstaidcpr.php ) and Standard HW.1 (not a mandatory standard). For some camps additional certifications may be required to meet CA regulations. Contact the EMSA Child Care Unit for further questions