Alacoque Dupacrac. Camping. November 15th , 2017.
Items such as toothbrush soap towels and washcloths comb brush shampoo should be stored in this bag for packing. Keep the soap in a traveling soap dish as well as the toothbrush in a toothbrush holder. It may not come home that way but at least it is a good start. In fact you should probably expect the loss of a few items at the youth camp. Expect it and pack accordingly. Then you won‘t be upset if something doesn‘t return or it is returned in a less than ideal condition.
Instructor to Student Ratio? Just like in a normal class room this ratio can have an impact on your ability to receive feedback and individualized attention. Ask about the number of clinicians and the expected number of trainees. Live play camps will typically limit the number of students in order to maximize the number of snaps and tailor the personal instruction to the student.
In addition to the two previously discussed camp types I want to point out two additional classifications: Classroom and Field Instruction. Due to the limited availability of spring football some camps are conducted in a classroom-only mode. Others guarantee live snaps on the field at colleges and universities when teams are conducting spring scrimmages. Both can be valuable learning experiences and I wanted to point out this difference as we discuss our checklist.
Are there returning students? Is there a waiting list? Does the website have testimonials from former students? Are there success stories where past students have been successfully advanced into higher levels? This is a true test of a camp‘s quality and should not go unnoticed during your evaluation. Ask those questions of the camp leadership personnel.
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