Ontario Camp Association (OCA) Standards

* All VideosMA-39 through MA-42
15 Passenger Van Safety
Achieving Supervisory BalanceMA-41, MA-45, MA-18, MA-21
Active LifeguardingSW-5, SW-6, SW-7, SW-8, SW-40, MA-21
Advanced Skills for Working with Difficult Parents, Part IMA-18
Advanced Skills for Working with Difficult Parents, Part IIMA-18
Advanced Staff Supervision, Part IMA-41, MA-18, MA-21
Advanced Staff Supervision, Part IIMA-41, MA-18, MA-21
Afterschool Program Success, Part I
Afterschool Program Success, Part II
Alcohol Beverage LawsMA-21
Anaphylactic EmergenciesHC-15, HC-16, HC-20
Attention Deficit Hyperactivity DisorderHC-15, HC-16, HC-20
Autism Spectrum DisorderHC-15, HC-16, HC-20
Awesome Archery, Part ITS 1-10
Awesome Archery, Part IITS 1-10
Becoming a Youth Development Professional, Part IMA-38, MA-40 MA-18
Becoming a Youth Development Professional, Part IIOM.13, HR.7, HR.17
Behavior-Based InterviewingMA 15-17, MA 35
Best Boys, Part I
Best Boys, Part II
Boov Ship Game
Bullies and Targets, Part IMA-24, MA-18, MA-21, MA-25
Bullies and Targets, Part IIMA-24, MA-18, MA-21, MA-25
Burn Specific Programming, Part IHC-15, HC-16, HC-20
Burn Specific Programming, Part IIHC-15, HC-16, HC-20
Canoeing Success, Part ITR-44, BT-2,4,6,7,8-10,12-24
Canoeing Success, Part IITR-44, BT-2,4,6,7,8-10,12-24
Child Welfare and ProtectionMA-18, MA-21
Children with Verbal Learning DisabilitiesHC-15, HC-16, HC-20
Christian Perspectives, Part I
Christian Perspectives, Part II
Classic Problem SolvingMA-18
Confidentiality for Youth ProfessionalsHC-16, MA-18, MA-21
Cracking Kids’ Secret CodeMA-18
Cultivating PatienceMA-18
Cultural Competence in Youth Programs, Part I
Cultural Competence in Youth Programs, Part II
Cyberbullying & SextingMA-21
Day Camp Dynamics, Part ITN-1, MA-18, MA-21
Day Camp Dynamics, Part IITN-1, TN-4, TN-5, MA-18, MA-21
Day Camp Dynamics, Part IIIMA-18, MA-21
Difficult Management Conversations, Part IMA-18
Difficult Management Conversations, Part II
Dot Painting
Duty of Care, Part IMA-21
Duty of Care, Part IIMA-21
Effective Debriefing Tools and TechniquesMA-18
Equity and DiversityMA-21
Face-to-Face (Differently Abled Youth)HC-15, HC-16, HC-20
Fairytale Hats
Fire Building and Fire SafetyCF18-CF27, MA-21
Fire Evacuation PlanningCF18-CF27, MA-21
Firing a Staff MemberMA 15-17
Get the Best and Forget the Rest MA 38, MA-18
Girl Power
Good Sportsmanship vs. Foul PlayMA-24
Hello Games
Helping Awkward Children Fit In MA-18
Homesickness at Day & Resident Camps, Part IMA-18
Homesickness at Day & Resident Camps, Part IIMA-18
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 PackMA-18
Lifeguarding Skills VerificationSW 6-8, MA-21
Listening with More Than Ears
Masterful MeetingsMA-16
Medical Preparation for Burn CampsHC-15, HC-16, HC-20
Move It Like You Mean It
No Losers
Out of the Pool and Into the WildSW 6-8
Outdoor Cooking with Youth
Personality SynergyMA-16
Playing with a Full Deck
Preventing Gossip and Relational AggressionMA-24, MA-18
Programming For All (Differently Abled Youth)MA-21, HC-15, HC-16, HC-20
Providing Effective Feedback, Part IMA-41, MA-21, MA-43, MA-44
Providing Effective Feedback, Part II
Rainy Day Games
Regional Disaster Management for Youth ProgramsMA 21, MA-22, HC-7, HC-26
Respect is Learned, Not Given
Rules Were Made to Be PositiveMA-18, MA-21
Safe Touch & Safe TalkMA-18, MA-21
Sand Art
Sexual HarassmentMA-18, MA-21
Shockingly Professional Talk, Part IMA-40-43
Shockingly Professional Talk, Part IIMA-40-43
Skillful Discipline, Part IMA-18, MA-21
Skillful Discipline, Part IIMA-18, MA-21
Speaking of CampMA-21
Staff Use of the InternetMA-18, MA-40
Stop Yelling Get the HINTMA-18, MA-21
Supervising Junior LeadersMA-18, MA-21, MA-41
Swim Checks in ActionSW 6-8, MA-21
Totem Pole
Waterfront Safety DesignMA-21, BT-2,4,6,7,8-10,13-24, SW1-19,33-44
We Squashed It! - Physical AggressionMA-18, MA-21
We Squashed it! - Relational Aggression
Weather WatchMA-21
Wilderness WellnessTR-6, TR-10, TR-20-23
Winning Ways of Skilled SupervisorsMA-18, MA-41
Wise Use of Time OffMA-40
Youth Inspired

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