FDT Academy's Summer Debate Camp

This summer, join FDT Academy's Summer Debate Camp and build confidence, learn to communicate effectively, and become a Global Citizen!

There's still time to get into FDT Academy's Summer Debate Camp...

Fostering Debate Talent (FDT) Academy is Canada's leading provider of Debate, Speech and Model United Nations coaching. They offer valuable and unparalleled learning experiences to students of all ages across the greater Vancouver area, and around the world. FDT students' successes speak for themselves: over 40 students have been selected to join the Canadian National Debate or Speech teams.

FDT's Summer Debate Camp is a great way for students to spend their summer! Students can expect to learn essential skills such as public speaking, leadership, and teamwork. Various global issues and key topics will be covered in a fun, inspiring environment.

Camp classes run for 1 hour and 45 minutes each. Participants have the option of taking one group class per week ($800) or 2 group classes per week ($1200) over the course of the 8 weeks. Students from Kindergarten to Grade 12, with any level of experience, are welcome to attend.

Whether you're a new debater who is eager to get an introduction to the sport or a seasoned debater who is eager to hone their skills over the school break – FDT's Debate Camp is perfect for you!

Camp runs virtually and can be attended from any location. Or, you can attend in person at their Vancouver-based academy.

Register for FDT's Summer Debate Camp today to secure your spot!

For more information and to register, visit fdtacademy.com/summer.

FDT Academy's Summer Debate Camp
FDT Academy's Summer Debate Camp
FDT Academy's Summer Debate Camp
FDT Academy's Summer Debate Camp
FDT Academy's Summer Debate Camp

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