Counsellor Training Ensuring Safety
Prior to the start of camp, Supercamp staff receives at least 50 hours of training to ensure they are thoroughly prepared for the upcoming summer. Its focuses are mainly on supervision and safety training which include behaviour intervention, animation and injury prevention. All staff must obtain their First Aid certification before the start of camp and counsellors carry their first aid kits on them at all times.
For more information on our safety procedures, do not hesitate to contact us.
Supercamp is over 80 employees devoted to creating memories to last a lifetime! With our well-trained, prepared and dynamic team of counsellors, we are committed to giving your child the very best!
Other essential staff on our Supercamp team include the camp director supported by a team of coordinators who are responsible for the children’s well-being the supervision of all employees. A coordinator is in charge of health and safety. She is trained and prepared to prevent injuries as well as deal with incidents. Our behaviour intervention coordinator invents ingenious solutions for the children to thrive during their stay. Our animation coordinator prepares the games and activities so your child has as much fun as possible. A coordinator is also responsible for all aquatic activities and pool management. Two office managers are also assigned to administrative tasks and answering all your questions.
Camp counsellors must be at least 17 years old to work at Supercamp. Exceptions are counsellors assigned to extended supervision hours, who may choose to start working at age 16.
Supervision and Ratios
In order to maintain safety and encourage team building within the groups, Supercamp follows the ratios imposed by the ACQ: