Practical and theory driven course adapted according to the needs and experience of students.
Personal and group equipment: DESCRIPTION, characteristics and usage.
Transverse progression: Navigating minor obstacles: climbing down, jumps and slides.
Setup and recovery: double ropes, knots, blocks, brakes, pulleys…
Safety: Potential risks and what to do in an emergency.
Topography: Reading the signs and preparing for a descent.
Supplementary equipment: Pulleys, Blockers, auxiliary ropes, rope rescue, etc.
Advanced improvement techniques: Guided abseiling, zip-line, recovering handrailing, etc.
Water rapids: assessment, progression, safety, using the rescue rope, water rescue, etc.
Advanced techniques: Using and installing anchor points, useful techniques, etc.
Guidance: Leading groups, work roles and group safety.
Safety and self-rescue: Prevention, rescue, descents, ascents, and treating injuries.
The extent to which we address each aspect will depend upon the group ability and the duration of the course.