This artificial climbing wall and tower training is the first step in preparing staff to develop introductory technical skills. Instruction includes elements of client orientation, belay system choices, and wall equipment care. Participants will: - Be introduced to artificial climbing walls as an educational tool. Explore intentional learning outcomes and curriculum. -Develop best practices related to artificial climbing wall environments. -Develop a level of consistency and competency in the following areas: client orientation and instruction; general climbing skills including movement; options for attaching the climber; belaying techniques and options (Primary, Australian, TEAM); equipment care and use structural inspection and care; facilitator wall/tower access and off-hours public access prevention; route setting considerations; awareness of potential climber problems

Event Organizer/Sponsor: Project Adventure

When: June 6, 2019 from 08:30 am (RSVP required)

Where: Project Adventure

719 Cabot Street
Beverly, Massachusetts 01915

Cost: 210.00

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Registration Information

Registration and payment via credit card can be done online. We also accept Purchase Orders and payments via check. Please email our registrar, Keri Hinchion, at registration@pa.org for more information.

Contact

Keri Hinchion
registration@pa.org
978-524-4638