Climbing Wall Instructor
The Climbing Wall Instrutcor (CWI) qualification is all about supervising safe climbing sessions on artificial structures. Whether you're a parent, a volunteer or an outdoor centre instructor, the Climbing Wall Instructor qualification trains and assesses experienced indoor climbers to instruct climbing. Climbing Wall Instructor work is fun, varied and if you're lucky you'll get free entry to the climbing wall!
Bryn Williams is one of the leading providers of the CWI scheme in the UK having been involved in the delivery of the qualification for over 10 years and was also the former Executive Officer for Mountain Training with responsibilities in creating the syllabus, training providers and quality assuring the scheme around Wales.
Early in Bryn's career he worked part time at the Beacon Climbing Centre here in North Wales. Bryn ran hundreds of climbing sessions and really cut his teeth as an instructor and coach. Bryn now works reguarly in climbing walls with private clients / groups and works as a Technical Advisor for several climbing walls all around the country delivering staff training sessions, equipment inspections and reviewing of working practices, policies and procedures. All of this additional experience adds to the detail of what is covered as part of the CWI training and assessment process.
Course cost includes entry to climbing wall.
My previous clients say great things about the course which you can read here:
For bookings and enquiries please contact Bryn via email: email@example.com
Climbing Wall Instructor CWI Training Course
The training course is a fantastic 2-days and involves lots of climbing alongside likeminded people. We'll be bouldering, bottom roping and lead climbing during the course. The Abseil Module is also included as part of the course for a small additional fee depending on location (please ask for details).
Requirements to attend:
- Registered with Mountain Training for the Climbing Wall Instructor.
- 15 climbing wall sessions.
- 10 led routes at grade Fr4.
- Attended training.
- 30 climbing wall sessions.
- 40 lead climbs.
- 15 sessions supervising.
- Hold a valid first aid certificate.
Climbing Wall Instructor CWI Assessment Course
Once you have completed your training course and gained the required experience you can attend the 1-day assessment course. The assessment is practical based and will have the option for the Abseil Module. There will also be a home research paper to complete.