On 21st & 22nd November there will be a weekend of highly subsidised training courses for young people who are interested in getting into coaching climbing. The coach education weekend will be held in Sunderland at the Sunderland Wall.
Andy Swann will deliver a FUNDAMENTALS 1 on the Saturday and a FOUNDATION COACH TRAINING on the Sunday at the Sunderland Wall. Young people can sign up for either both the days or just 1 day. Each day will cost just £25 which will cover the cost of the course, the registration fee and lunch.
You will need to arrange your own accommodation and breakfast.
To book onto either day day see the links below or for more information email email@example.com
Under-18s must fill in a parental consent form which should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org as soon as possible after booking.
FUNDAMENTALS 1, Saturday 21 November
FUNdamentals 1 will look at various areas of what can be taught in climbing from balance, agility and coordination through to climbing techniques such as flagging, rockovers. At the end of the course people will have gleaned ideas of what they can do when coaching people of different abilities in climbing.
For more information on the FUNDAS click: HERE.
FOUNDATION COACH, Sunday 22 November
COST: £25* (includes registration fee, normally £45)
FOUNDATION COACH training covers observation and analysis, clear delivery, feedback, session planning and gives a good starting point for how to deliver good coaching.
* To access the foundation coach course at this special rate, it is necessary to register an account with Mountain Training. See the booking form for further information.
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