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The operational safety of a climbing park or high ropes course – and like any other activity that takes place off ground – does not only rely on high-standard equipment but also requires that all employees in direct interaction with visitors have the appropriate technical background and the knowledge of how to intervene in a critical situation. Your employees gain this knowledge by our education and training. 

Your customers will notice the difference

Instructing and supervising a large number visitors during the operation of a climbing park provides a number of challenges to your staff. For example, climbing instructors should generally be calm and confident to re-assure their charges that everything is safe and under control. And if indeed a situation should occur in which the visitor does require the assistance of the course instructor, the instructor has to provide support in a decisive and competent manner.

Any climbing activities - whether during mountaineering, in an indoor leisure facility, in a climbing park or during completing a high ropes course – pose a certain amount of risks. However, the appropriate training of your staff as well as staff development and refresher courses in regular intervals will keep any of these risks at a minimum.

If you'd like further information about adventurepark and ropes course training, please contact us.

Qualification levels

The Skywalkers´ Training & Education syllabus comprises four qualification levels each of which requires besides the appropriate theoretical knowledge a certain extent of practical experience.

  • Adventure Park Instructor
  • Traditional High Ropes Course Instructor
  • Generic Rescuer Course
  • Traditional Ropes Course Facilitator
  • Site Specific Instructor
  • Site Specific Rescuer
  • Inspector Ropes Courses

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