Theoretical-practical course adapted and personalised to the experience and needs of the students.
Personal and collective equipment: Description, characteristics and use.
Horizontal progression: How to overcome small difficulties, jumps, jumps and slides.
Installation and recovery: double or single ropes, knots, blocking, braking, pulleys…
Safety: Potential risks and how to act in case of emergency.
Topography: Interpretation of surveys and preparation of a descent.
ADVANCED TRAINING COURSE:
Complementary equipment: Pulley, blockers, auxiliary ropes, lifelines, etc.
Advanced progression techniques: guided abseiling, zip lines, recoverable handrails, etc.
White water: Interpretation, progression, safety, use of the lifeline, water rescue, etc.
Advanced installation techniques: use and placement of anchors, fortune techniques, etc.
Guidance: Group leadership, work roles and peer assurance.
Safety and self-help: Prevention, rescue, descent, ascent and progression of an injured person.
Depending on the capacity of the group and the duration of the course, the subject matter will be further developed.