Registration FAQs

If you are new to Mountain Training, you might find this article useful: New to Mountain Training

Registration is managed through our Candidate Management System - click 'log in' at the top of this screen to create an account or log in.

1 / How do I register on a scheme?

If you're new to Mountain Training:
  • Create an account on our Candidate Management System by filling in the boxes on the screen and verifying your email address.
  • Once you're in, add your address and emergency contact details.
  • Click the Register button at the top of the screen and select your chosen registration from the drop down list and follow the steps to pay.
If you've got a Mountain Training account, log in and click the Register button at the top of the screen.

If you registered with Mountain Training a long time ago, please read the answer to question 3 below.

2 / Why do I have to register?

Registration is the gateway to our schemes and gives you access to courses run by our approved providers. It allows us to understand who's taking part in our schemes and the fee supports the administration and development work we do throughout the year. We charge a fee each time you register on one of our schemes, except our skills schemes which are free for under 18s, and the registration lasts a lifetime.

To find out more about how we're funded, read this article: How is Mountain Training funded

3 / I registered many years ago. Is my registration still valid?

Yes, registrations last a lifetime. You will now also have access to a Digital Logbook (DLOG) through your account on our Candidate Management System. Log in to your account to begin adding your experience to your DLOG. Please see question 4 for information on how to gain access to your account. If you still have your paper logbook you can scan the pages that you have filled in and attach them as documents to the Files section of your DLOG, rather than having to input each entry individually.

4 / I am trying to log in. I might already be registered on one of your schemes but I don’t know for sure. What should I do?

If you have, or have ever had, a Mountain Training logbook then you are already registered on one of our schemes.

To connect with your account:
  • Fill in your name, date of birth, email address and (importantly) your candidate number on our Candidate Management System. Your name must be entered exactly as it's spelt in your logbook. Your candidate number is usually found on your endorsement page. If you no longer have your logbook please give us a call in the office for help with this 01690 720 272.
  • Once you're in, check that your address and emergency contact details are up to date.
  • Click on the 'Awards & Training' tab, then the registrations tab. Any existing registrations will be listed there.
If there are no registrations listed and you think there should be, please contact our customer service team.

5 / I am trying to log in. I know that I am not already registered on a award with Mountain Training. What should I do?

Click on the 'log in' link above, then New Candidates. Enter your details and choose a user name and password. Your password has to be a minimum of 7 characters long, and include both upper and lower case letters, a number and a special character such as an !. You will be sent an email to your supplied email address in order to verify your account. Click on the link within the email, enter your username and password and you will then be logged in to your account.

Once logged in click on the Register tab at the top of the screen. Your postal address will need to be up to date before you can register on a scheme and you will need to be a member of a Mountaineering Council, enter a membership number on the Membership Tab if you are already a member. Select your chosen registration, accept the Terms and Conditions and then follow the payment links.

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