MTA / AMI CPD Workshops
Meaningful CPD for outdoor professionals...
Adventure Expertise runs a range of workshops that qualify as Continuing Professional Development (CPD) for instructors who are members of:
- Mountain Training Association (MTA) - Lowland Leaders, Hill & Moorland Leaders, Mountain Leaders and trainees for these awards;
- British Association of International Mountain Leaders (BAIML) - International Mountain Leader Award trainees/award holders;
- Association of Mountaineering Instructors (AMI) - Mountaineering Instructor Award trainees/award holders and Mountaineering Instructor Certificate trainees/award holders;
- British Mountain Guides.
Booking is made via the content management system of the MTA, BAIML or AMI websites and contact is made directly with you once we receive a notification that you would like to book onto a course. If you have any questions about any of the CPD courses that we run, or would like to enquire about CPD based around a particular topic that you are interested in, then don't hesitate to call (01433 651449) or email (email@example.com)
"Will I be sued?!! Demystifying law, negligence and implications for outdoor instructors and technical advisors"
A half-day workshop suitable for MTA, BAIML, AMI and BMG members looking at the law relating to our industry, the principles of negligence and how we can apply them simply in our everyday activities as instructors, technical advisors and outdoor activity providers. Our emphasis is upon safety and efficiency - breaking down barriers to participating in outdoor activities in a culture where fear of lawyers being called in is becoming increasingly prevalent and sometimes preventing activities going ahead. We will have a look at case examples, relevant legal concepts and how we can apply these in the most pragmatic, practical way as outdoor practitioners in everyday work situations.
This course is run by Cat Freeman - Cat holds the MIC and IML awards and also an LLB Law degree, MA in Medical Negligence and LPC Legal Practice Course to train as a solicitor. Cat blends high level outdoor activity delivery with previous legal experience on a daily basis and very much enjoys breaking down perceived barriers to outdoor activity delivery based on fear of legal implications. Demystifying, inspiring, discussing, debating as well as making legal concepts accessible and fun to work with is the aim of this four hour course.
- Saturday 1st October 2016, 10:00am - 14:00pm, Hathersage, Derbyshire;
- Friday 9th December 2016, 10:00am - 14:00pm, Hathersage, Derbyshire.
- Via Mountain Training content management system - under workshops listings