Technical Advice

 

Climb Cornwall's Technical Advisor is Jay Jackson.

Jay holds the Mountain Instructor Scheme is Mountain Training UK's highest level of qualification and is recognised as the appropriate level of qualification for giving Technical Advice for climbing, mountaineering and related activities.

 

Climb Cornwall has additional expertise relating to indoor/artificial climbing walls and Paraclimbing Activities.

 

Climb Cornwall offers Technical Advice services for mountaineering, hill walking, rock climbing, and other related activities as defined by the Adventure Activity Licensing Regulations.

Initial meeting and assessment

Due to the individual nature of all Technical Advisor work, Climb Cornwall would like to complete an initial consultation and assessment with you to determine your needs and what services we can assist you with.

Technical Advice

 

Any organisation running climbing, mountaineering or hill walking activities, camping, trekking, operating climbing walls or high-ropes/low-ropes courses or other climbing related activity may choose to employ a Technical Advisor to ensure that the best possible standards of practice are being met.

Consultancy and Staff Training

Technical Advisors can also provide in-house training, CPD, and endorsements for staff; equipment and facility inspections; risk assessment, policy and operating procedure advice; as well as additional services and expertise.

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Climb Cornwall supports the following statement from the The British Mountaineeering Council.

"The BMC recognises that climbing and mountaineering are activities with a danger of personal injury or death. Participants in these activities should be aware of and accept these risks and be responsible for their own actions."