What is the Mountain Training Association?

Posted by Jon Garside on 03/08/2010

The Mountain Training Association has produced a presentation to better inform potential and current award holders about their role.

The Mountain Training Association is part of Mountain Training, the coordinating body for all the mountain training schemes in the UK. 

A web-based membership organisation, MLTA provides support and development opportunities for climbing, walking and mountain leaders who hold or are working towards a national award. MLTA holds further training events, social and networking occasions in regional locations throughout the year. Members get special deals on liability insurance, gear and training.

The Mountain Training Association has produced a PowerPoint presentation which is free to download. It is also available on YouTube, allowing it to be embedded in other presentations, or web pages. Primarily designed for award course providers, it will also provide useful information for anyone progressing through one of the national schemes.

You can keep updated about what's on at the Mountain Training Association through their website or on facebook.



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