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TRAINING Aspiring INSTRUCTORS

(PAM-DAFA)

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TRAINING OBJECTIVES

*Please note that this training is given in French.

Allow young people to acquire relevant skills in the field of animation, through practical and theoretical learning so that they can become good instructors in summer camps, day camps, nature classes or other programs animation for children.

A course, not only certified, but which offers an enriching and memorable experience through pleasure, discovery and activities.

More of 200 hours on the profession of animator - Practical internship of 50 hours CPR / First aid training of 8 hours aptitude for the functions of animator) recognized by the Association des Camps du Québec (ACQ) and the Conseil Québécois du Loisir (CQL).

  • Animating children between 3 and 17 years old
  • The monitor: his role, responsibilities and tasks
  • Child safety and prevention
  • Child Development
  • The different animation techniques
  • First aid (certified 8-hour training)
  • Communication skills
  • Group management
  • Collective work and crisis management
  • Camp activities and planning
  • Business Development
  • Creativity
  • The basics of life in the forest
  • Safe travel during outings
  • Skills assessment, exams for certification
  • Looking for a job (possibility of becoming an assistant animator later)

The training lasts 4 weeks / 28 nights - Places are limited. The trainee must have completed secondary 3 in order to be eligible for the facilitator training.

SUCCESS CRITERIA AND CERTIFICATION

To pass the PAM, a trainee must obtain a passing grade in the practical and theoretical evaluation and meet the conditions prescribed by the A.C.Q.

SKILLS REQUIRED FOR HIRING FACILITATORS

Because of their many responsibilities, the aspiring monitor must therefore have passed their PAM as well as completed their secondary 5 to be eligible to apply as an animator in a summer camp with accommodation.

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3595, rue Léonard, Mont-Tremblant (Québec), Canada J8E 2A5

Cell. : 819 425-2461

Free of charge : 1 866 360 3358

info@camptremblant.com

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Cancellation policy

Cancellation and refund : The consumer can end a camp registration at any time. He will have to pay a penalty only if the child has started attending the camp. Whether you concluded the contract in person, over the phone or online, the rules are the same.

Cancellation before the start of camp : The consumer can cancel the contract before the start of the camp. As the services have not started to be provided, the cancellation does not entail any costs or penalties except for the administrative fee of $35 + taxes ($40.24), one administrative fee per family.

Cancellation during the camp: The consumer can cancel the contract during the stay. In this case, he will have to pay the cost of the services already received, i.e. the amount provided for the days the child attended camp.

The Base de Plein Air Mont-Tremblant can cancel a stay , a program, an optional activity and the transport service, if the number of registrations is insufficient or in the event of force majeure - Covid-19 health measures.