Top Tips for Climbing Coaches

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BY: Paul Smith
ISBN: 978-1-906095-20-8
EDITION: first
PUBLICATION DATE: 2013
FORMAT: 144pp, B&W, 110x155mm, paperback / notch bound
AVAILABILITY: in print

£4.95

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Over 300 top tips and handy hints. Dip in to a pool of hard won experience and take a moment to reflect. Test out some new tools and add them to your own toolbox. Useful to everyone who leads and teaches on rock or ice, especially if you’re preparing for coaching qualifications indoors, at the crag or high in the mountains.

Wherever you are on the long ladder of teaching other people to climb, as an informal coach to friends at the local crag, or working through the National Governing Body awards from the Climbing Wall Award (CWA) to the Mountain Instructor Certificate (MIC), people always have tips to offer. This little book puts together, in one place, a wide selection of tips for you to try out.

Paul Smith

Paul Smith has been climbing and teaching climbing throughout the UK and in many parts of the world, including Europe, the United States, Canada, Australia and New Zealand. He holds the Mountain Instructor Award and is an Aspirant Level 5 Kayak Coach. As well as being a full member of the Association of Mountaineering Instructors, he is also an Institute for Outdoor Learning Accredited Practitioner.

Paul divides his time between working as the Head of Outdoor Learning at a state school in Worcestershire and running his own business – Rock and Water Adventures, mainly involved in technical advice for outdoor centres and climbing walls. Paul is a Climbing Wall Award (CWA) and Single Pitch Award (SPA) provider for Mountain Leader Training England (MLTE).

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