[:en]Upcoming International Camp Directors Courses[:]

[:en]International Camping FellowshipThe International Camp Directors Course (ICDC) has been developed as a professional development course for camp managers, directors and operators. It is equally valuable for any experienced camp staff professional.

This intensive four day course addresses all aspects of Camp Management in an interactive exchange environment with other members of the camping and outdoor community and builds on skills and learning of both faculty and participants.


Course Date: October 24-28, 2016

Location: National Olympics Memorial Youth Center (Shibuya, Tokyo)
Country: Japan
Cost: $750 USD for ICDC Course, accommodation and meals. Arrival by 2 PM on October 24th. Accommodations available the night of the 23rd for extra cost.

The Course is preceding the Asia Oceania Camping Congress (AOCC) and will be taught in English however, one of the faculty members is fluent in Mandarin.

Learn more or register.


Course Date: November 8-12, 2016

Location: Camp Tawingo, Huntsville, ON Country: Canada

Cost: $500 CDN for ICDC Course, accommodation and meals

Learn more or register.


The curriculum in Australia has been adapted to align with the local industry. The Australian contingent of ICDC Trainers, welcomes International guests to this years course. Please be advised that this course will be conducted in English and will not be translated.


Venue: Maroochy Waterfront Camp, 42 David Lowe Way, Diddillbah QLD 4559

Dates: 25-28 September 2016

Fees (All Fees are in Australian Dollars/AUD):

ACA Member – $1,017.50 (925.00 + GST)

*Affiliate – $1,094.50 (995.00 + GST)

NON-Member – $1,210.00 (1,100.00 + GST)

*Affiliate includes members of Outdoor Recreation Industry Council (ORIC), Queensland Outdoor Recreation Federation (QORF), Rec SA, Christian Venues Association (CVA), Outdoors WA, Outdoors SA, Outdoors VIC.

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