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Masters of Disaster Camp

Being a master of disaster means knowing how to recognize and prepare for different types of disasters that can affect your community and your family. From tornados to a zombie apocalypse, campers learn about a different disaster each day. Discover storm-spotting techniques and how to be safe during tornados, summer and winter storms, as well as how Ontario municipalities respond to emergencies. Learn how to build an emergency preparedness kit using simple household items. Campers participate in a mock emergency exercise on the last day of camp.

PA DAY - Babysitting Course

Do you enjoy the responsibility of supervising children? Learn how to babysit effectively. Topics includes child care, feeding, child development, child safety, how to handle emergency situations, and first aid. Meet friends and learn new skills. Please note, participants must be 11 years old at the start of the course.

National Lifeguard Recertification

The candidate's lifeguarding skills are evaluated. Emphasis is on teamwork and demonstration of skills at the National Lifeguard standard. Successful completion renews the award for 2 years. Prerequisite: National Lifeguard.

NLS Recert

Prerequisite: Previously National Lifeguard certified

National Lifeguard (Recert Course)

Designed to train lifeguards for the YMCA and community.

Principles of Healthy Child Development

This one-day training will help leaders (anyone working with children aged 6 to 12 - i.e. camp leaders, sport & swim instructors, coaches) improve the quality of programs. It provides in depth training in the HIGH FIVE? Principles of healthy child development so participants understand what they need to do to ensure each child's social, emotional and cognitive needs are met. Leaders learn activities and gain knowledge, tips and resources to enhance their programs as well as their relationships with children and other staff members. Topics also include bullying, conflict resolution, physical literacy, children's mental health and moderate to vigorous physical activity.

Acting 101 - Week 1

Back by popular demand, this program, offered by the Richmond Hill Centre for the Performing Arts, is a great way to discover what it's like to be on stage! Campers will participate in a series of interactive workshops exploring popular plays and musicals through song, dance, movement improvisation, and playwriting. They will use what they have learned to write a script of their own, which they will perform for family and friends on the last day. Campers build their confidence and self-esteem while having the time of their lives!

Acting 101 - Week 3

Back by popular demand, this program, offered by the Richmond Hill Centre for the Performing Arts, is a great way to discover what it's like to be on stage! Campers will participate in a series of interactive workshops exploring popular plays and musicals through song, dance, movement improvisation, and playwriting. They will use what they have learned to write a script of their own, which they will perform for family and friends on the last day. Campers build their confidence and self-esteem while having the time of their lives!

Acting 101 - Week 5

Back by popular demand, this program, offered by the Richmond Hill Centre for the Performing Arts, is a great way to discover what it's like to be on stage! Campers will participate in a series of interactive workshops exploring popular plays and musicals through song, dance, movement improvisation, and playwriting. They will use what they have learned to write a script of their own, which they will perform for family and friends on the last day. Campers build their confidence and self-esteem while having the time of their lives!

Acting 101 - Week 7

Back by popular demand, this program, offered by the Richmond Hill Centre for the Performing Arts, is a great way to discover what it's like to be on stage! Campers will participate in a series of interactive workshops exploring popular plays and musicals through song, dance, movement improvisation, and playwriting. They will use what they have learned to write a script of their own, which they will perform for family and friends on the last day. Campers build their confidence and self-esteem while having the time of their lives!
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