Climb Leader Seminar - Everett - 2010

Climbing Course

Climb Leader Seminar

Climb Leader Seminar

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The Climb Leader Seminar will address the path to becoming a Climb Leader – Expectations of this role, the development and mentoring process, how and when to petition to become a Climb Leader. This seminar will also cover best practices in climb leadership. The AIARE Decision Making Framework will be broadened and adapted to non-avalanche scenarios of risk management on Basic and Intermediate climbs. Our desired outcome is for smarter decisions in the field and improved alpine safety. Intermediate Students and prospective climb leaders should attend. This is also a recurrent requirement for Everett Branch Climb Leaders to maintain their Climb Leader status.

The Climb Leader Seminar will address the path to becoming a Climb Leader – Expectations of this role, the development and mentoring process, how and when to petition to become a Climb Leader. This seminar will also cover best practices in climb leadership. The AIARE Decision Making Framework will be broadened and adapted to non-avalanche scenarios of risk management on Basic and Intermediate climbs. Our desired outcome is for smarter decisions in the field and improved alpine safety. Intermediate Students and prospective climb leaders should attend. This is also a recurrent requirement for Everett Branch Climb Leaders to maintain their Climb Leader status.
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