Camping. Tuesday , April 24th , 2018 - 09:34:15 AM
Camps can be a valuable resource for your improving your officiating skill set as well as providing opportunities for you to network with key decision-makers and gain much-needed exposure. As you progress in your officiating career not only will your goals and needs change; so will your expectations of each camp environment. If you reach a point where you feel the camps you are attending are not providing value or honing your skills you may need to seek other camps that can satisfy your expectations.
I won‘t attempt to recommend one camp over another. Rather I‘ll give you a checklist on how to choose a camp. If you will follow this simple method you can use it to choose a camp or clinic for years to come.
This is for example one reason why there are opportunities such as the Summer Camp Expo held every February in Toronto. In 2011 the first annual Camp Expo will be held. Attending a fair like this will give families the opportunity to look forward to summer (lots of pictures!) and will allow parents to meet with camps and ask all the questions they can imagine. The opportunity to speak with camps get registered and get a jump start on the mental preparation for an overnight summer camp is reason enough to attend this event and to not forget about summer camp during the time away from summer and from camp.
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