- Trail Cycle Leader (MBLA)
- Level 2 Paddlesport Coach
- Accessibility Climbing Technical Advisor
Having taught PE for 20years, I have worked across most syllabi. I have assessed Level 2 & Level 3 courses both indoors and out.
I highly recommend that students work towards achieveing recognised accreditations to support their assessments which typically cannot be viewed at moderations unless fortunate enough to have a climbing facility onsite. Working towards certificates and competitions indoor are a fun and easy way for students to track their progress over time whilst contributing towards their GCSE attainment.
2. Helmet &
3. Re-tied Fig 8
& Stopper knots
5. Safe Independent Belaying
7. Pre-climb Checklist
10. Effective Bouldering & Traversing
11. Climbing Communication
12. Grading Systems
14/15. Modern Belay Devices & Holding a Fall
18. Equipment for Indoor Climbers
19. Climbing Techniques
20. Additional Knots
20. Using Ground Anchors
Climbing on Indoor Walls
Personal Climbing Logbook
It is a great idea to log the routes you complete. You can track improvements against the the criteria.
Double click & Print off as many as you need
This tracking sheet allows you to assess your skills and set targets for the next session.
A great idea to bring this to you first session.