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  • Bluedome - Courses Advertising Registration Form
    Holiday advert 50 00 for 12 MONTH run R egistered User 200 for up to 10 adverts across all categories in the BlueDome Courses and Holidays sections 12 MONTH run Each advert is created as an HTML page with tags BlueDome is regularly scanned by all major search engines and your indivdual advert will be listed It is often the case that BlueDome pages appear higher than your own website

    Original URL path: http://www.bluedome.co.uk/courses/registrationform.html (2016-02-10)
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  • Bluedome - Single Pitch Award
    have led at least 15 graded routes outdoors It is usual for successful candidates to have led a minimum of 40 routes outdoors on leader placed protection before they attend an assessment Registration You must be 18 years of age and a member of a Mountaineering Council Prior to registration you should have a minimum of twelve months rock climbing experience When you register you will be sent a logbook in which to record your climbing experience Training The SPA training course lasts for a minimum of 20 hours it will include personal climbing group supervision and the use of climbing walls If you have an exceptionally high level of experience you may apply for exemption from the training course and proceed directly to assessment To do this you must first register and tick the exemption application request box on the registration form Then you should submit the exemption application form together with a copy of your completed logbook and the appropriate fee Consolidation At the end of your training course you will agree a personal action plan with your training Provider This usually covers a period of at least six months during which time you will record your climbing

    Original URL path: http://www.bluedome.co.uk/jobs/whatswhat/spa-award.html (2016-02-10)
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  • Bluedome - Walking Group Leader Award
    day hill walks Registration You must be 18 years of age and a member of a Mountaineering Council with at least 12 months experience of hill walking and an interest in leading groups When you register you will receive your log book and scheme handbook in which to record your hill walking experience Training In order to attend a training course candidates must be registered and have logged a least 20 days hill walking There will be a flexible structure to training course delivery based around a minimum of 30 hours contact time Exemption from WGL training After registration for the WGL scheme candidates who have substantial personal and leadership experience in hill walking areas or believe they have sufficient experience and have attended equivalent training may apply for exemption from training This will apply to candidates who have completed their Mountain Leader Training and who wish to take their WGL assessment as a stepping stone to their ML assessment Such ML candidates will need to register with the WGL scheme but do not need to apply for exemption before attending for assessment Consolidation This period will be different for each candidate depending on their personal hill walking and group

    Original URL path: http://www.bluedome.co.uk/jobs/whatswhat/wlg-award.html (2016-02-10)
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  • Bluedome - Mountain Leader Award
    undertaking the ML training course you need to have a minimum of 12 months mountain walking experience and have logged at least 20 quality mountain day walks In addition to this personal experience you should have an interest in leading groups in the mountains of the UK in summer conditions You may register with the ML scheme before you have completed 20 mountain days but you must fulfil this requirement before attending a training course Candidates must have completed a minimum of 40 quality mountain days and have logged some leadership experience when they attend an assessment Registration You must register before booking onto a training course To register you must meet the pre requirements of 12 months mountain walking experience and be a minimum of 18 years old and a member of a Mountaineering Council Training Before attending a training course you should have logged a minimum of 20 mountain walks Training courses are usually run over 6 days with a minimum of 60 hours contact time either consecutive days or over a series of weekends and evenings Providers run courses throughout the mountain areas of the UK at most times of year If you have an exceptionally high level of experience you may apply for exemption from the training course and proceed directly to assessment To do this you must first register and tick the exemption application request box on the registration form Then submit the exemption application form together with a copy of your completed logbook and the appropriate fee Consolidation After you have attended a training course you will need to complete a consolidation period The exact period of time personal skill development and group supervision practice will be different for each candidate At the end of your training course you will agree a personal action

    Original URL path: http://www.bluedome.co.uk/jobs/whatswhat/MLaward.html (2016-02-10)
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  • Bluedome - UK Mountain Training Organisations
    Email info mlte org General enquiries Mountain Leader Training UK MLTUK Siabod Cottage Capel Curig Conwy LL24 0ET Tel 01690 720272 Fax 01690 720248 Email info ukmtb org Mountain Leader Training Northern Ireland MLTNI Tollymore Mountain Centre Bryansford Newcastle Co Down BT33 0PT Tel 0284 372 2158 Fax 0284 372 6155 Email admin tollymoremc com Mountain Leader Training Scotland MLTS Glenmore Aviemore Inverness shire PH22 1QU Tel 01479 861248 Fax 01479 861249 Email smltb aol com Mountain Leader Training Wales MLTW Siabod Cottage Capel Curig Conwy LL24 0ET Tel 01690 720361 Email info mltw org British Mountaineering Council 177 179 Burton Road West Didsbury Manchester M34 2BB Tel 0870 010 4878 Fax 0161 445 4500 Email office thebmc co uk Mountaineering Council of Ireland MC of I Secretary House of Sport Longmile Road Dublin 12 Ireland Tel 00 3531 450 7376 Fax 00 3531 450 2805 Email mci eircom net Mountaineering Council of Scotland The Old Granary West Mill Street Perth PH1 5QP Tel 01738 638227 Fax 01738 442095 British Association of Mountain Guides Siabod Cottage Capel Curig Conwy LL24 0ET Tel 01690 720386 Fax 01690 720248 Email info bmg org uk Association of Mountain Instructors Siabod Cottage Capel Curig

    Original URL path: http://www.bluedome.co.uk/jobs/whatswhat/ukclimblinks.html (2016-02-10)
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  • Bluedome
    have about four hours sleep before a 11 30pm call to move out at midnight on the summit attempt Two members of the team had already shown signs of suffering from effects of the altitude It was to such an extent that the decision was made to utilize their presence at Kibo to look after the teams equipment and act as a support party for the main teams return This decision would also mean that the remainder of the team attempting the summit could now travel as previously planned light without packs and not having the extra worry of the safety of eqiupment left behind This would help to ease the debilitating effects of the accumalative exhaustion that was setting in and the lack of oxygen that now seemed to be effecting most of the party in one way or another Midnight seemed to come at the blink of an eye and in the cold light of the head torches the team finally assembled With only a few camera flashes to mark the final stages of this world record attempt the Project 98 team slowly left the dim lights of Kibo to continue the steady climb higher towards the summit of Mt Kilimanjaro The final stages of the mountain from Kibo now presents all climbers with slopes of 50 degrees plus In the dark step by step or in Jon s case hand by hand as he put every ounce of his body strength into propelling the wheelchair the team could only guess at their progress One by one team members were now showing signs of severe exhaustion caused through the three previous days of continual hard slog and lack of rest or sleep to be able to recover enough The accumulative effects of the tremendous work load that had

    Original URL path: http://www.bluedome.co.uk/Climbing/jonamos/summitbid.htm (2016-02-10)
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  • Bluedome
    if we were to be off the mountain in TANAPA s time schedule If all else failed we had all agreed to mount Jon s wheelchair like a motorbike display team and descend with flags flying could this have been another record What no flags With standing room only there was little chance of us all fitting onto the chair anyhow Energy levels did however seem to be bountiful and indeed the morning started off in a light hearted manner with a left handed stone throwing competition into the depths of one of the ravines that made up the seven fingers of Mawenzie Why I don t know it just seemed to be the thing to do at the time until we found out that our doctor had conned us into believing she was left handed and threw the stones with her right arm No wonder she was throwing them further than anyone else With chance of a final radio message courtesy of African Environments Arusha which was then passed on to the organisation M A F and then finally onto the International School Moshi talk about going around the houses but this was our only form of communication open to us we arranged transport to meet us at the gate for 6 p m in the evening With both local knowledge and our extensive vocabulary 10 words and plenty of sign language we had now finally established that there was an alternative descent route the one we had asked the guide for in the first place which was wider for the wheelchair It was a gamble but one we hoped would pay off The descent started with a steep climb out of the encampment back in the direction of Kibo Memories of previous tortuous days of climbing came flooding

    Original URL path: http://www.bluedome.co.uk/Climbing/jonamos/jonlastday.htm (2016-02-10)
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