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Frequently asked questions

Mountain Training

What is the difference between your Rock Climbing courses and the Mountain Training Rock Skills courses?


If you click "find out more" or "more information" for the activities you are interested in, you will be directed to our detial course pages that includes a breif of each course syllabus/ outcomes. This will give you an idea of the differences in the course contents. Furthermore, the Mountain Training Rock Skills Courses are a nationally recognised award scheme. This means, after registering with Mountain Training, you will receive a certificate, have access to a digital log book and be accreditated as having atteneded a skills course. The Rock Skills scheme also provides an award scheme with a clear progression pathway which can be helpful if you are just starting out but are unsure of how climbing progresses.




Do I have to register with Mountain Training to do the Skills courses?


Yes, if you wish to attend our Mountain Training Hill Skills, Mountain Skills or Rock Skills courses you must register with mountain training and pay Mountain Training their registration fee. Please click here to find out more. If you are new to mountain training please see their information page here.




I've made a free account with Mountain Training, does that mean I am registered?


For over 18's, there is a registration fee of £20. If you think that you have registered with Mountain Training but you have not yet paid a registration fee to Mountain Trianing it is likely that you have created an online login to the candidate management system. This is the first step. Next you need to click the Register button at the top of the screen and select your chosen registration from the drop down list and follow the steps to pay. To find out more please click here. If you are new to mountain training please also see their information page here .




I think I have been added to the course on CMS, how can I check?


- Log in to your CMS - Then click the "Awards & Training" tab under your profile. - Then click "Training Records & Course booking" tab. - If there is no records showing, you have not been added. Please check that you are registered and have paid the registration fee to Mountain Training. If you are registered, please inform us by email that you have registered and provide us with your details or send us a course enquiry through CMS.





Children & Families

How old do my children have to be to take part?


Please see the minumum age stated on the relevent activity. In the bookings section, all activities have a minimum age stated.




Where do we meet for our activity?


When you booked your activity you will have received a confirmation email with a Course Information document attached. Please see this document for your meeting location. It will be contained in a google maps link.




What happens if it is rainy or windy weather?


All our activities are able to take place in wet and windy weather. For Adult Rock Climbing courses the instructor will decide the suitablility of the activity and inform you within good time if the activity can no longer go ahead.





General Information

I can't open the google maps link, can I have a postcode?


Postcodes are not accurate on Dartmoor, please contact us.




What do I need to bring?


After booking an activity you willbe sent a confirmation email which includes a pdf document. This document has all the details of your session and will include a kit list.




Where do we meet for our activity?


When you booked your activity you will have received a confirmation email with a Course Information document attached. Please see this document for your meeting location. It will be contained in a google maps link.




What happens if it is rainy or windy weather?


All our activities are able to take place in wet and windy weather. For Adult Rock Climbing courses the instructor will decide the suitablility of the activity and inform you within good time if the activity can no longer go ahead.




Do I Need Insurance?


We have Professional indemnity insurance but would always recommend that you purchase your own personal accident insurance (including cancellation insurance) for all U.K. based courses. It is a small cost to give peace of mind and to protect against any monetary loss, should you have to cancel your place on a course for reasons beyond your control. British Mountaineering Council www.thebmc.co.uk 0870 010 4878





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