Climbing Wall Development Instructor/Climbing Wall Leading Award Registration

Registration Fee: €52.00  

If you are an existing Mountaineering Ireland member please logon first before registering for the Climbing Wall Development Instructor/Climbing Wall Leading Award Scheme.

Otherwise continue below to Register for the Climbing Wall Development Instructor/Climbing Wall Leading Award scheme and become a member of Mountaineering Ireland.

Please review the following before proceeding.

Are you at least 18 years old?
Do you hold either a CWA/CWI or SPA/RCI? Please give your details of your assessment date and assessor
Have you led at least 50 climbs, at least 25 of which at grade F6a or above on indoor climbing walls?
Have you climbed at a minimum of 3 major indoor walls
Have you belayed a lead climber at least 50 times?
Have you at least 20 supervising sessions post passing either the Climbing Wall Instructor (formerly CWA) or Rock Climbing Instructor (formerly SPA) qualifications? At least 5 of these sessions must have personal reflective comments recorded in your logbook.
Please confirm 'yes' that you give consent for your data to be shared with MTUKI. Please be aware that by registering for this award, key data including your personal, registration, training and assessment details will be shared with Mountain Training UK & Ireland. Data is shared for the purpose of facilitating seamless candidate training between the Republic of Ireland and the UK and for maintaining current training data within the island of Ireland. All data sharing and storage will be in accordance with the relevant Data Protection protocols and legislation.
Are you a member of a Mountaineering Council: Mountaineering Ireland, British Mountaineering Council, Mountaineering Scotland.
Note: New Members (and Lapsed Members) can get membership for the reduced price of €30 when registering for an event.
(the total cost will be €30 PLUS the relevant award registration fee!)

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