BAFA, more than a summer job, a commitment for children!

The APSCA has been offering BAFA and BAFD training since 2000!

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The BAFA (Brevet d'Aptitude à la Poste Animateur) is a diploma which allows young people to occasionally lead leisure activities with children in collective reception centers for minors and extra-curricular times.

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The training prepares future animators to:

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- ensure the safety of children and young people

- work as a team to implement an educational project

- build a calm and trusting relationship with children and young people

- supervise and animate daily life

- support young people (young and old) in carrying out their projects.

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La formation se déroule en trois étapes pour le BAFA : 

- Un stage de base (formation générale, 8 jours)

- Un stage pratique en Accueil Collectif de Mineurs ou en séjour de vacances (14 jours minimum) 

- Un stage d'approfondissement (6 jours)



La formation se déroule en 4 étapes pour le BAFD :

- Stage de formation générale (9jours)

- Stage pratique (14 jours effectifs, en France)

- Stage de perfectionnement (6 jours)

- Second stage pratique (14 jours effectifs, en France)



A la fin de la formation, le candidat rédige un bilan de formation qu'il soumet au jury en vue de l'obtention du diplôme.