WORKSHOP CONTENT & LEARNING OUTCOMES
How do we create belayers who are genuinely skillful and able to hold falls autonomously as opposed to simply repeating a series of hand motions when supervised by an Instructor? This practical workshop will look at a simple progression and a few tools to give those teaching belaying options to develop independent belayers.
Ideal for: Those introducing climbing at walls, people working with NICAS groups, CWI/CWDI/RCI/RCDI/MCI/WMCI Trainees or Award holders to expand their toolbox.
Harness, belay plate, any assisted braking devices you want to discuss. Rock shoes if you want to climb (recommended). A pair of leather work gloves may also be useful.
WORKSHOP PROVIDER CREDENTIALS
As a former teacher, Paul Smith now works full time as a multi-disciplined Adventure Sports Coach and Coach educator. Paul has been working on Mountain Training courses since 2002 and became a Course Provider in his own right in 2006. Paul provides the full spectrum of climbing awards from Indoor Climbing Assistant to Rock Climbing Development Instructor, as well as the Foundation and Development Coach schemes.
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