Mountain Leader Steep Ground Masterclasses in the Lake District
A masterclass for Mountain Leader trainees who want a refresher before undertaking the assessment, or award holders who want to take their skills to the next level. We will explore and test ideas to help you to look after people on exposed consequential ground, with and without ropes, and we will look at what works and what doesn't. We will cover the Position of Maximum Effectiveness - what it is and how it will help you.
Venue: meet at the Kirkstone Pass car park, Lake District
Dates are on the calendar
Times: 9.30am to 4pm approx
Cost: £50 Mountain Training Association members, £55 non-members
Counts as 1 CPD point for MTA members who are Mountain Leader holders or trainees
~ 30m confidence rope *
~ leather gloves or gardening/building gloves with rubberised palms
~ helmet *
~ 240cm sling & HMS krab *
~ lunch & drinks
~ warm/waterproof clothing
Let us know if you don't have any of the items marked *, and we can provide them
What do our clients say about us?
Brilliant course and perfect recap of rope work and steep ground assurance ahead of ML assessments. Would also be a great refresher course for people who have already done their ML. Instructors were very good :)
John Robertson, April 2017
I found the teaching in the steep ground workshop to be extremely insightful. Chris has clearly spent a long time thinking about how to teach this topic and it was taught excellently. Very informative and enjoyable session.
Joe Rudin, September 2017
Chris is lucky to have you, Anne :) Best admin I have received from an outdoor provider. Chris imparted so much additional info above and beyond the course syllabus. He is so positive and enthusiastic about teaching and coaching. I learnt so much more than I thought I would. Consecutive days for two masterclasses made it worth the drive.
Rob Waitt, March 2018
I liked the tone of your website. It gives the impression that you care about giving great training and inspiring people...... and Chris does exactly that!
Elizabeth Brown, May 2018