Brookes Climb is a provider for Mountain Training running personal outdoor skills courses and indoor instructor courses.
Rock Skills Introduction is ideal for beginner climbers; those who have never climbed on rock and those with limited experience of climbing indoors. One day course. 12 years plus, no experience required.
Rock Skills Intermediate is aimed at people with some experience of climbing who want to improve their movement skills, develop their ropework skills and learn about traditional protection. Two day course. 13 years plus, Completion of a Rock Skills Introduction course OR have logged 10 routes on walls or outdoor crags; and have logged 10 belays of a fellow climber.
The Indoor Climbing Assistant is designed for people who want to support qualified instructors with climbing sessions on artificial structures. People interested in this scheme might be parents, youth workers, young leaders or teachers and the focus is on assisting with core tasks within a session.
The Indoor Climbing Assistant Training/Assessment course involves one day (or potentially two/three evenings) of training and ongoing assessment in a supportive learning environment. Candidates must have experience in the basic skills, attended 5 indoor climbing sessions and belayed on a minimum of 5 indoor climbing sessions
The Climbing Wall Instructor and Climbing Wall Development Instructor courses are being run by Bryn Williams Mountaineering, in conjunction with Brookes Sport, and is based from Brookes Climb. This Mountain Training qualification scheme is for those who are currently involved or keen to become involved in climbing instruction. Details of the syllabus can be viewed on the Mountain Training website. Please note that in order to participate in this course you must have registered with Mountain Training prior to the start of the course.