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|Start Date||End Date||Duration|
|Thursday 29th Jun, 2023||Sunday 2nd Jul 2023||4 days|
Rock Climbing Development Instructor scheme is an application process and you need to meet the following prerequisites:
If you can meet all of the above requirements, here’s what to do next:
Applications with less than the minimum experience cannot be approved.
Rock Climbing Development Instructors should be competent in the following key areas, all of which will be covered, to a greater or lesser extent, during your training course.
Detailed information on each of the above topics can be found in the Rock Climbing Development Instructor handbook and the onus is on you to be competent in all of them by the time you come to assessment – use the Skills Checklist to help with this.
Rock Climbing Development Instructors should be competent in the following key areas, all of which will
be covered, to a greater or lesser extent, during your training course.
● Technical Competence (including equipment, anchors, belaying, personal skills and background knowledge)
● Management and Decision Making (including planning, organising, managing participants, decision making, knowledge and demonstration of techniques, personal safety)
● Teaching Skills
● The Climbing Environment (including access, conservation, etiquette and ethics) Detailed information on each of the above topics can be found in the Rock Climbing Development Instructor handbook and the onus is on you to be competent in all of them by the time you come to
assessment – use the Skills Checklist to help with this.
Bring any of your own personal outdoor clothing and kit such as:
● Waterproof Jacket and trousers
● Personal climbing equipment
● Boots* or walking shoes
● Warm layers
● Fleece Jacket
● Hat & Gloves
● Head torch*
● Flask & water bottle
● 40L rucksack & liner*
● First Aid kit
● Notebook and pencil
● Items marked * can be borrowed from TNOC stores
The course fee includes kit, equipment, in course transport, coaching, food and accommodation.
Course accommodation will be in shared twin ensuite rooms. If you would prefer not to share a room, single occupancy may be available for an additional charge.
As you are probably aware the current advice from the Northern Ireland Executive, Health Promotion Agency NI and Health & Safety Executive NI, as well as our expert group within Sport NI is that we cannot deliver any face to face courses for our customers including use of the Hot Rock Climbing Wall.
We know that you and many others like minded folk are very keen to get back on track with your plans to attend and complete a range of personal skills training and qualifications in a range of disciplines.
Believe us when we say we are equally keen to get outside with you and help you reach your goals and complete that journey.
How do we know? Because every day we get emails and phone calls asking when will courses resume and with every NI Executive mention of easing of restrictions the emails and phone calls are more frequent……