Developing Teaching and Learning skills - Part 2 - The Task, Environment relationship for skills development
This hour-long webinar looks at how we can adapt the level of challenge, and the progressive nature of that challenge to support our participants learning.
This session is based around the four part series published in The Professional Mountaineer, part two, The task - environment relationship for skills development was published in the Autumn 2020 edition which you can find here, reading and familiarising yourself with the article prior to the session will be benefical and help you get more from the session.
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This short online MTA session forms part of a free series of informative and interactive webinars designed to help provide continued support for members during the current lockdown. All sessions are hosted by experts in their fields and/or Mountain Training Course Directors that run training and assessment courses. The majority of our hosts are also current MTA workshop providers. All hosts are generously volunteering their time to run these sessions for members.
Dan Wilkinson has an MSc in Performance Coaching and is a level 5 coach for British Canoeing. He is a Winter Mountaineering and Climbing instructor and author of Coaching Adventure Sports along with Paul Smith.
How to book:
Click the Book online button to secure your place.
What happens next:
If you're not already familiar with Zoom.us, you will need to create a free online Zoom account, then you're good to go!
One day before the event you will receive an email from us containing the Zoom code that allows you to access the webinar online.
Recording the webinar:
Before you book we would like to make you aware that we intend to record all MTA webinars so that we can upload them into the MTA Members' Area as a useful resource for all members to access in the future. If you have any concerns please contact us prior to booking/attending.
We look forward to welcoming you to this session.