Leadership Training Camp
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Leadership Training Camp--Preparing the Student--is the most intense leadership experience offered through SkillsUSA in Arizona. The planning committee uses tremendous resources to bring in interesting, educational and fun speakers and presenters to engage students during the 3-day event.
We know it's camp, but it's our premier leadership experience and allows students to work with others from across Arizona, challenges them to think about their roles their own community, how to work with others to accomplish large and small goals and the importance of understanding their own strengths.
Join us at LTC and watch your students thrive in SkillsUSA!
Conference Date: November 14-16, 2018
Registration Site: Link
Registration Opens: October 1, 2018
Registration Closes: October 19, 2018
Location: Lost Canyon Camp, Williams, AZ
Times: Conference Begins at 1:00 PM on November 14
Conference Ends at 11 AM on Friday, November 16
Registration: $175/registrant (all attendees pay the fee with the exception of camp volunteers)
Late Registration: Not accepted
Substitutions: Substitutes can be made for the same gender only.
Lodging and Meals
Lodging: Linens, towels, and fleece blanket are provided by the camp.
The following meals are included:
November 14: Dinner
November 15: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
November 16: Breakfast
Camp Limits and Capacity
LTC will have a student capacity of 325. A Chapter/School (not programs/sections) will be allowed to register up to 10 students plus regional officers. State officers should not be registered. Registration may be closed before the deadline if this capacity is met. Additional students may be registered on the WAITLIST. Space permitting, advisors will be notified that day if there is room for their Waitlist students. Students will be taken from the waitlist on a "first registered" basis. Please contact our office with any questions.
- Teach essential elements from workplace, personal, and technical skills grounded in academics from the SkillsUSA Framework.
- Leadership collaboration with peers from around the state
- Regional planning and activities
- Advisor chapter management
- Provide leadership development workshops for students
- Allow time for students to network with other students and advisors to meet and exchange ideas with peers
- Exchange information between the state office and advisors
- Conduct Regional planning meetings