Updated fees for 2019

Enjoying climbing at Stanage

Adjusted fees for skills schemes

Mountain Training is always looking for ways to remove barriers to participation in our schemes and is pleased to announce that from 2nd January 2019, people under the age of 18 will be able to register for Hill & Mountain Skills for free! This will also be true for Rock Skills which will go live on 7th January. Adults will pay £20 to register for each scheme and receive a copy of Safety on Mountains or New Rock Climbers (depending on the scheme).

Increased fees for qualifications

The registration fees for our leadership and coaching qualifications will increase in line with inflation from 2nd January 2019, so if you are thinking about embarking on one of our schemes in the near future, register before the end of December!

The following schemes will increase by £2 to £47:
  • Lowland Leader
  • Hill and Moorland Leader
  • Mountain Leader
  • Climbing Wall Instructor
  • Rock Climbing Instructor
  • Climbing Wall Development Instructor
  • Foundation Coach (includes Development Coach registration)
The following scheme will increase by £2 from £55 to £57:
  • Winter Mountain Leader
When Rock Climbing Development Instructor is launched later in 2019, the registration fee will be £57.

The following schemes will increase by £2 from £77 to £79:
  • International Mountain Leader
  • Mountaineering Instructor Award
  • Mountaineering Instructor Certificate

What do you get for your one off registration fee?

  • Access to training and assessment courses for a scheme that is recognised across the UK and Ireland. We have a rigorous selection process of our course providers who are also regularly quality assured by our technical officers.
  • Support from the staff at Mountain Training throughout the scheme.
  • A full record of your training and assessment history on our industry leading candidate management system.
  • Access to DLOG – our online digital logbook used to record your experience - which is constantly evolving based on your use.
  • Occasional emails from us to keep you up to date.
  • A chance to join the Mountain Training Association - a fantastic support network of candidates. (Registering for a skills scheme does not enable you to join the Mountain Training Association.)
  • An official certificate once you have completed the scheme.