Accreditation Standards

Manitoba Camping Association (MCA) Standards

VideoStandards
* All VideosL7, L14
15 Passenger Van Safety
Active LifeguardingCF3, SW1-SW15
Advanced Skills for Working with Difficult Parents, Part I
Advanced Skills for Working with Difficult Parents, Part II
Advanced Staff Supervision, Part IL8, L9
Advanced Staff Supervision, Part IIL8, L9
Afterschool Program Success, Part I
Afterschool Program Success, Part II
Alcohol Beverage Laws
Anaphylactic EmergenciesINC3 INC4, INC5
Attention Deficit Hyperactivity DisorderINC3 INC4, INC5
Autism Spectrum DisorderINC3 INC4, INC5
Becoming a Youth Development Professional, Part IL14, L16
Becoming a Youth Development Professional, Part IIL16
Behavior-Based InterviewingL6
Best Boys, Part I
Best Boys, Part IIL16
Boov Ship Game
Bullies and Targets, Part I
Bullies and Targets, Part II
Burn Specific Programming, Part I
Burn Specific Programming, Part II
Canoeing Success, Part IBT1, BT4, BT6
Canoeing Success, Part IIBT1, BT4, BT6
Child Welfare and ProtectionMA9-MA12, L14, L15
Children with Verbal Learning DisabilitiesINC4, INC5
Christian Perspectives, Part I
Christian Perspectives, Part II
Classic Problem Solving
Confidentiality for Youth ProfessionalsMA9, MA11
Cracking Kids’ Secret Code
Cultivating Patience
Cultural Competence in Youth Programs, Part I
Cultural Competence in Youth Programs, Part II
Cyberbullying & Sexting
Day Camp Dynamics, Part I
Day Camp Dynamics, Part IIOT1, OT5-7, OT9-14, T15
Day Camp Dynamics, Part III
Difficult Management Conversations, Part IL8, L9
Difficult Management Conversations, Part II
Dot Painting
Duty of Care, Part IL14
Duty of Care, Part IIL14
Effective Debriefing Tools and Techniques
Equity and Diversity
Face-to-Face (Differently Abled Youth)
Fairytale Hats
Fire Building and Fire SafetyCF34-CF39
Fire Evacuation PlanningCF34-CF39
Firing a Staff Member
Get the Best and Forget the Rest L14
Girl Power
Good Sportsmanship vs. Foul Play
Hello Games
Helping Awkward Children Fit In
Homesickness at Day & Resident Camps, Part I
Homesickness at Day & Resident Camps, Part II
Jewish Perspectives on Child-Staff Relationships, Part I
Jewish Perspectives on Child-Staff Relationships, Part II
Jewish Perspectives on Staff Happiness and Stamina
Juggling Balls
Kachina Dolls
Kickin’ Kitchens
Leader of the Pack
Lifeguarding Skills VerificationSW2-4, SW13
Listening with More Than Ears
Medical Preparation for Burn CampsHC7, HC15, HC16
Move It Like You Mean It
No Losers
Out of the Pool and Into the WildSW1-3, SW5, SW7-13
Outdoor Cooking with Youth
Playing with a Full Deck
Preventing Gossip and Relational Aggression
Programming For All (Differently Abled Youth)INC4, INC5, P4
Providing Effective Feedback, Part I
Providing Effective Feedback, Part IIL8, L9
Rainy Day Games
Regional Disaster Management for Youth ProgramsMA4, MA5
Respect is Learned, Not Given
Rules Were Made to Be Positive
Safe Touch & Safe TalkL14, L15, MA9-12
Sand Art
Sexual HarassmentMA12
Skillful Discipline, Part I
Skillful Discipline, Part II
Speaking of Camp
Staff Use of the Internet
Stop Yelling Get the HINT
Supervising Junior LeadersL8, L9
Swim Checks in ActionSW1-3
Totem Pole
Waterfront Safety Design
We Squashed It! - Physical Aggression
We Squashed it! - Relational Aggression
Weather Watch
Wilderness WellnessL14, HC6, HC10
Winning Ways of Skilled SupervisorsL8, L9
Wise Use of Time Off
Youth Inspired
Awesome Archery, Part ITS1-8
Awesome Archery, Part IITS1-8

ACA 2019

American Camp Association

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ACA 2012-19

American Camp Association

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OCA

Ontario Camps Association

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SCA

Saskatchewan Camping Association

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CANS

Camping Association of Nova Scotia

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ACQ

Association des Camps du Quebec

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NBCA

New Brunswick Camping Association

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BCCA

British Columbia Camping Association

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MCA

Manitoba Camping Association

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ACA

Alberta Camping Association

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