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Plan to Protect Training Test
Please read through the Encounter Protection Plan and the Signs of Abuse documents and then complete the following open book 'test' (You may refer to the Plan document for answers.)  To open the files in a new tab, press Ctrl while clicking the links.  This will allow you to have both the test and the document open at the same time.
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UNDERSTANDING THE NEED
1. As leaders of a Christian-based Camp, we have a _______________ , _______________ and _______________ obligation to provide a secure environment for children and volunteers who participate in Encounter. *
TYPES OF ABUSE
2. What are four types of abuse? (Type one type in each box and then press the green plus sign to add another box)
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SCREENING AND RECRUITMENT
4. For the safety and security of Encounter campers and volunteers, all Encounter staff are _________________ , _________________ and _________________ for their position. *
CAMPER AND STAFF PROTECTION
ENCOUNTER STAFF IDENTIFICATION
CAMPER SECURITY
10. Campers are permitted to leave their group on their own. This is a bit of a tricky question, and the information in the training pdf is not quite correct, so I'l just tell you. Normally campers must stay with their group throughout the day. However, during free time activities they are free to move to whichever activity interests them. If they want to do an activity in a different building (eg. floor hockey), they must wait until a designated time to move to that location (usually every 20 minutes we offer a change of location), and must be escorted from one building to the next. *
WASHROOM PROCEDURE
13. Is an individual staff allowed to be alone with a child? *
POOL PROCEDURES
OFF-SITE ACTIVITIES
MEDICAL ISSUES
18. Injuries or other medical issues are to be directed to the _________________. *
MEDICAL ISSUES INVOLVING BLOOD
BULLYING

All Encounter campers & staff have a right to a caring, respectful and safe camp environment where they will encounter the love of God in action.   Encounter staff will take action to prevent bullying, teach against it, and assist and support any campers or staff who are being bullied.   Please read the Policy on the Prevention of Bullying.

SOCIAL NETWORKING
Please read the policy on Social Networking before continuing.
22. Staff are allowed to post photographs or videos to social media of campers. *
23. Staff are allowed to communicate privately and directly online with campers. *
CELL PHONE POLICY
PROPER DISPLAY OF AFFECTION
Thank you for taking the time to complete this refresher worksheet, it ensures that all our staff have an understanding of why and how we keep our campers and volunteers safe at Encounter!
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