Become a Climbing Instructor or Climbing Coach
If you want to help people get climbing, the Mountain Leader Training Website is your ‘go to’ source of information.
There are details on all the different climbing qualifications such as Climbing Wall Award (CWA) and Single Pitch Award (SPA), which are the entry level awards for supervising groups indoors and outdoors. There’s also information on the recently launched Coaching Awards too.
The BMC also run FUNdamentals workshops which are aimed at anyone who coaches indoor climbing or climbing outside. The sessions are stand alone workshops however, they also form part of the Coaching Award Schemes run by MLT.
Highball is always looking for dynamic instructors and coaches to add to the team. If you are passionate about climbing and have an inclusive view of the sport, come and speak to us.
We have some great professional courses coming up at Highball, starting THIS Saturday the 18th April. This Saturday we have our Foundation Coach Training course. Any level of climber can join us, as long as you have the enthusiasm to teach others you’ll be perfect.
Cost: £75 per person. 9am start – 18th April 2015
How to book: Call us on 01603513513 – Last day for booking for the 18th April course is Friday 17th April (You need to be a member of the BMC and you need to register with Mountain Training – this can be done online)
Foundation Coach (Starts 18/04/15)
is designed to enable you to be more effective in coaching the fundamental movement skills of climbing. Foundation Coaches will usually be concerned with the stimulating delivery of a single session to a group of individuals. They will often be assisting a Development Coach who will set the learning outcomes for the session, as part of a longer term progression, course, or scheme.
Development Coach (2-3/05/15)
is ideal if you are an independent autonomous coach who wants to prepare and deliver a structured progression in ‘Climber Centred Coaching’ over a series of coaching sessions. The skills learned during Foundation Coach will be developed to a more sophisticated level, so that your delivery can be matched to the needs of developing climbers within a group. Often working with Foundation Coaches, the Development Coach will take a mentoring role, and lead in the review process to promote reflective coaching practice.
For more details use this link (http://www.mountain-training.org/climbing)
BMC fundamentals of climbing 1 – 16/05/15
BMC fundamentals of climbing 2 – 17/05/15
BMC fundamentals of climbing 3 – TBC
Physical Training for Climbing – TBC
More info: https://www.thebmc.co.uk/fundamentals-workshops
CWA – Climbing Wall Award 2-3/05/15
If you would like to book any of these courses please contact email@example.com