An evaluation of the utilization of risk management tools and training to protect youth and adults in overnight settings

TitleAn evaluation of the utilization of risk management tools and training to protect youth and adults in overnight settings
Year of Publication2007
AuthorsFox, J, Arcemont, L, Bairnsfather, D, others
Conference NameNAE4-HA Conference Research Paper
Pagination64-65
AbstractTwo hundred and forty-eight volunteers responded to a mixed model 33-item survey, participants of an Overnight Chaperone Program, rated themselves gains in understanding of subject matter presented during the training. Rated the highest was the understanding of how to create a positive youth environment. Participants scored both the highest and lowest on aspects of discipline, health and safety.