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Welcome to Module 1

A wonderful and warm welcome to 12 Steps to Climbing Confidence. Congratulations on becoming part of this movement of confidence and personal satisfaction in climbing.  To get started, watch the video: 

 

The training is made up of twelve modules, which you will access online, as you are doing now.  Each module can stand alone, but as each module passes, you will carry new knowledge and skills to the next module, a bit like building a house.  Module 1 and 2 are the foundations.  Modules 3 to 11 are the walls and roof. Module 12, the final module, gives you the doors and windows – it’s what makes the house capable of withstanding all weathers.  Module 12 is what will help you to go away and be resilient in your climbing.

Throughout the course you will be asked to give your ideas, comments and feedback.  We want to start this from day 1, so we would love to hear your perspectives.  This is your first chance:

Exercise: Your Views

Please click on the image below to go to a poll where you can share your thoughts.  You’ll be able to see everyone else’s responses later on.

(By launching this exercise, you will be taken to a new page which has content provided by a third-party website).

If you want to discuss this, you can comment below, but there will be a chance to explain and discuss your ideas when we review the results on a later page. 

Module Objectives:

To understand the format of the training

To have considered your mindset

To have completed a confidence self-assessment

To know your learning style and understand how it might impact your climbing development

This module will cover the following topics:

  • Approaches to failure
  • The theory behind growth and fixed mindset
  • Why we climb
  • Sources of Confidence Assessment & explanation
  • Learning Styles
When you have completed the exercise, move on to the next step, where you will learn about what we’ll be doing in this module, do some practical tasks and get started with self-assessments.