Date(s) - 25/05/2018 - 27/05/2018
Capel Curig Training Camp
The MT Rock Climbing Instructor Assessment (RCIA) is a 2-day assessment course. This course is open to CFAV’s from the ACF and CCF. ATC and SCC bids are welcome on a fill up basis. The minimum age is 18.
Applications from ACF/CCF cadets aged 18+ will be considered on an individual basis. Any interested cadet candidates holding the course pre-requisites are to contact CCAT HQ directly.
The RCI is suitable for climbers who wish to introduce singled pitched roped climbing, abseiling, boulders, towers
Prior to applying for an assessment course candidates must have attained the following pre-course standards:
•You must have attended a Rock Climbing Instructor training course or been granted exemption
•You must have logged a minimum of 40 lead climbs, outdoors on leader-placed protection, a substantial number of these must be at least Severe grade at on a variety of rock types
•You must be proficient in the use of climbing walls
•You must have assisted in the supervision of approximately 20 instructed sessions at a variety of locations, some outside and some inside (a session is a half day or evening)
•You must hold a current first aid certificate, minimum 16 hours
•A recommended minimum of 6 months development time between training and assessment
•Candidates cannot complete this assessment course without the relevant DLOG
To apply, candidates are to complete a CCAT Course application; this along with the course fee is to be sent to the candidate’s ACF County HQ or CCF Contingent HQ for authorisation and for the bid to be placed on WESTMINSTER. Candidates are to ensure the course application is clearly legible and completed in full. The personal contribution for this course is £40. Course payments will not be refunded for any cancellations received less than 7 days prior to the course commencing.