Fri, 19 Nov|
Christchurch Climbing 2-day Clinic
Are you ready to Rock On?! Whether you've climbed outdoors before, or want a new adventure, come and join us in Ōtautahi's Port Hills and learn to climb in style. There will be a variety of climbs & crags available, you will be challenged to your level and learn everything you need to know!
Time & Location
19 Nov 2021, 9:00 am NZDT – 20 Nov 2021, 9:00 am NZDT
Port Hills, Port Hills, Canterbury 8022, New Zealand
About The Event
This is an opportunity to channel your inner rock-star & take your climbing to all new heights! We use natural rock climbing sites around Christchurch and vary those locations depending on where the group is likely to find the most value. Rock Climbing provides participants a challenging range of, skill acquisition, extension, trust and safety at height. Belaying highlights the importance of effective communication and everyone can push their boundaries in a controlled environment. Join our climb crews for adventure, ascent, advancement and a whole lot of laughter.
ROCK CLIMBING COURSE INFORMATION
Cost: TOTAL $119 per person inclusive of GST.
Buy a ticket on the Enrolment page of our website to confim your booking. Early bird tickets will run until Wednesday 6th October, so get in quick!
High quality facilitation & supervision
All climbing equipment
Transport from/to a set pick up point.
Transport to/from the pick-up point. Travel arrangements should be made between participants, car-pooling where possible. Food. Cost incurred in sending someone home. Loss or damage of equipment.
Refunds & Withdrawal: We are unable to refund last minute cancellations. If a participant withdraws from the course within 7 days of the start date or is sent home once it has commenced, the full cost is payable plus the cost of the journey home. Places cannot be cancelled within 14 days of the start of the course. You will be invoiced to recover any costs incurred.
Clothing & Equipment: A ‘Gear List’ of required clothing and equipment will be provided.
Emergency Contacts: The emergency contact person at the Boyle will be the Manager 03 315 7082 email@example.com
The participants must enroll via the online link above as soon as possible to provide their emergency details.
Instruction/Facilitation: This will be provided by passionate, qualified and experienced instructors who are employed by the Boyle once they have proven that they meet ‘the Boyle standard.’ Each January they participate in six days of in-house training and development. Police checks have been undertaken.
Supervision: Students will be supervised by instructional staff. Students are required to follow the instructions given by staff for everyone's safety.
Code of conduct: Alcohol and drugs, including cigarettes or vaping, are a safety risk and not permitted.
Participants have the opportunity as part of a group to establish a contract for group behaviour, deciding how they want to work together for the duration of the course.
For the safety of all, students must follow all instructions given by the Boyle Staff.
Risk Disclosure: Because the course is about adventure in the outdoors, there is some risk associated with the environment and activity. The risk provides for positive outcomes, but there is also the possibility that some harm could befall a student. Managing risk is crucial to the quality of the Boyle experience and Boyle Staff are experienced in this. Participants are expected to take part in the process of risk management and be actively involved and responsible for the safety of themselves and others. The Boyle Staff will implement the Boyle Safety Operation Plans and Risk Management systems during the course.
The Boyle has OutdoorsMark safety accreditation. (See www.register.worksafe.govt.nz for further details)
Possible hazards include: hypothermia, injuries due to trips/falls, falling objects, lost students, sunstroke etc
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