Calshot Activities Centre

Climbing Instructor Awards

If you are interested in teaching groups on the climbing wall, real rock, or taking groups out on to the moors and mountains of the UK these are the nationally recognised climbing and hill-walking instructor awards.

These awards are produced by the Mountain Leader Training Boards. Candidates must register with the Mountain Leader Training Board before attending a course. Candidates for assessment must have attended the required training course and have fulfilled their log book requirements.


Full details on all these awards and on line registration for them at the Mountain Leader Training website.

Climbing the cimbing wall

This award qualifies you to supervise others on artificial climbing walls.

The syllabus includes teaching belaying, group management and coaching climbing movement.
Candidates should have experience of leading routes at climbing walls and an interest in group supervision.

Minimum age - 17 years training, 18 years assessment

More information about Climbing Wall Award

Climbing - CWA Training

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Min age: 17
Time: 9am - 5.30pm

This award qualifies you to supervise others on artificial climbing walls. The syllabus includes teaching belaying, group management and coaching climbing movement. Candidates should have experience of leading routes at climbing walls and an interest in group supervision.
You must ensure that you meet the requirements stipulated by Mountain Training before attending the course.
Accommodation may be available, please phone for details. 02380 892077

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Climbing - CWA Assessment

Min age: 18
Time: 9am - 5.30pm

This award qualifies you to supervise others on artificial climbing walls. The syllabus includes teaching belaying, group management and coaching climbing movement. Candidates should have experience of leading routes at climbing walls and an interest in group supervision.
You must ensure that you meet the requirements stipulated by Mountain Training before attending the course.
Accommodation may be available, please phone for details. 02380 892077

CWA Abseil Module Training

£50

Thursday 13 November 2014, 9am - 1pm

Contact us on 023 8089 2077 to book

CWA Abseil Module Assessment

£50

Tuesday 2 December 2014, 9am - 1pm

Contact us on 023 8089 2077 to book

 

This qualifies you to supervise others on single pitch crags and climbing walls. Skills covered include rope management, equipment and group management. Candidates should have experience of leading on traditional protection and an interest in group supervision.
Minimum age 18

SPA Training

£165 (non residential. B & B may be available at extra cost)
Starts 7pm first day and ends 6pm last day

   

SPA Assessment

£165 (non residential. B & B may be available at extra cost)

10 October - 12 October 2014

SPAA 214

 

Climbing Wall Leading Award

This additional award for SPA and CWA holders will qualify you to teach lead climbing on artificial climbing walls. Skills covered include personal climbing, teaching lead belaying and group management. Candidates should hold either the SPA or CWA and be lead climbing at 6a on indoor walls. Minimum age 18 years.
CWLA Training £110 (includes lunch) 9am-7pm
19 November 2014 CWALT 214  
     
CLWA Assessment £95 (includes lunch) 9am - 4.30pm
     
 

This award is for individuals who are interested in taking groups onto the moorland areas of the UK, for example, Dartmoor, The Peak District and areas of South Wales.  We run the courses over four days based from The Hampshire Mountain Centre, near Brecon in South Wales.

Skills covered include navigation, group management and emergency procedures.

For further information on dates, prices and which course to choose, please contact the Hampshire Mountain Centre

 

This award is for individuals who are interested in taking groups into the mountainous areas of the UK for example, North Wales, Lake District & Scotland.  We run courses based from The Hampshire Mountain Centre, near Brecon in South Wales, with the expedition taking place in North Wales.

Skills covered include navigation, group management, security on steep ground and emergency procedures.

For further information on dates, prices and which course to choose, please contact the Hampshire Mountain Centre