Camper Supervision Under the Microscope: What Your Staff Are Missing and What You Can Do About It

Staff know to make sure campers are wearing a life jacket before going in a canoe and to give the appropriate commands at the archery range.  BUT, do they know what do if they need to have a private conversation with a camper or the best way to avoid/handle a situation when circumstances dictate 1-1 interactions with a child such as in the health center or on a trip?  This session will carefully examine a typical camp day and identify potential areas of inadequate or compromised staff coverage during non-program times.  Take away a plan to teach your staff to avoid these tricky scenarios when possible and choose the best course of action when inevitable. 
Through this webinar participants will learn:
1) Identify potential areas of inadequate or compromised staff coverage by close examination (zooming in) to a typical camp day during non-program times.
2) Learn the best way to handle tricky scenarios so that camper privacy is respected when typical supervision considerations are not ideal.
3) Recognize that training staff to avoid or supervise differently 1-1 situations is important to camper safety and critical to a camp’s risk management plan.
Kim Aycock


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Price: $39 member; $74 nonmember

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Price: $65 member; $150 nonmember for bundle of 10 learners

Please note the following for subscription access:  

  • Your staff will self-enroll into course with an enrollment key we provide.
  • Your staff may complete the program at their convenience. 

Bundles for alternate numbers of learners may also be accommodated, contact us.

Presenter Bio(s)

Kim Aycock, MST, has more than twenty-five years of experience blending the skills of a master teacher with the knowledge of a seasoned camp expert. She trains camp staff at all levels and speaks professionally at regional and national conferences.  Kim has the ability to connect with and motivate learners of all ages through her interactive and innovative presentations.   More information can be found on her Web site: Kim may be contacted at 601-832-6223 or