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ABC Training Trust.  Board: 9 trustees, 2 officers, 1 BMC observer  Exec: Chair, Treasurer, 2 officers  Officers: Admin and Finance – Anne Garnish.

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1 ABC Training Trust

2  Board: 9 trustees, 2 officers, 1 BMC observer  Exec: Chair, Treasurer, 2 officers  Officers: Admin and Finance – Anne Garnish Technical Officer – Iain Mckenzie  Coaches and Technical Experts: about 15 around the UK  Ambassadors: Kenton Cool and Hazel Findlay

3  Gross income of £83,  Operating loss of £ for 2012/13  Balance at year end of £81,  Down from £89,  Extra costs:  NICAS seminar – PYB  GB youth team sponsorship  Handbook and logbook rewrite  Sport England funding for 2013/14 of £37,500

4  Centres  218 centres ▪ 36 Primary Centres ▪ 181 Awarding Centres ▪ 12 have/been withdrawn the scheme during the period  Candidates  Data still coming in: 69 centres have reported over 5500 registrations.  This is estimated to represent about total registrations from all 218 centres

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7  From 2013 – 2017 (4 yrs) total: £143,500  Less the BMC’s admin fee (4.1%)  Funding areas  Officer time  Admin time  NIBAS development  Coaching support  Moderation –QA  Quarterly reporting requirement to SE through the BMC

8  25+ wall visits – inductions/ training by officer  NICAS Seminar – PYB, January  UIAA affiliation  New handbook and logbooks – from review  Visually impaired logbooks  Resources- Grit Kids film link, coaching cards  GCSE – Edexcel PE specification completed  GB Youth Team sponsorship link  Trial moderations of centres

9  Online database  Moderation  NIBAS

10  Needed to get accurate data  Should ease admin burden – no annual reports  Data protection – no one sees names except centre. You can enter data without names.  Database will generate unique candidate code that validates certificates  Uploading old data may be done on a bespoke basis.  Now live – login through NICAS website

11  3 year cycle for PCs and 5 year cycle for ACs?  Self–audit sent with video to NICAS  Full moderation – visit by TE to observe session.  Confidentiality agreements with ABCTT  Designed to be supportive- not ‘inspections’, but also to advise on delivery and standards of the scheme.  Any concerns outside the scheme dealt with separately directly with the centre.

12  5 level scheme but independent of NICAS  Very similar structure and admin to NICAS  Centre registration independent of NICAS  TA could be Primary Centre CD, existing TA or an independent CWA  Specific instructor and centre requirements for each level  Trial this autumn and public offering by Feb 2014 (!)

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14 Level Minimum qualifications and training for coaches Desirable qualifications and training 1 Site Specific* or CWA (*approved by Technical Advisor) Fundamentals 1 2 Site Specific* or CWA (*approved by Technical Advisor) Fundamentals 1 3 Site Specific or CWA + in- house training or external course* (eg: Fundas 1) Fundamentals 2/ MT Level 1 coaching processes 4 SPA / CWA + Fundamental 1-2 & in-house training Fundamentals 3 / MT Level 2 coaching processes 5SPA / CWA + Fundamentals 1- 3 Level 2 coach award / MT Level 3 coaching processes

15 LevelMinimum RequirementsDesirable 1 Climbing surface 2m high x 6.5m wide. Crash surface to meet BS:EN Individually marked problems that are of rising difficulty. Change of angle 2 Permanent structure, minimum length of 12m Ability to set 20 boulder problems that offer a range of difficulty to participants. Wall must have 3 changes of angles across its surface. Appropriate crash landing surface An overhang as a change of angle. 3Dedicated Climbing facility that must have a dedicated bouldering area and crash matting >40m 2 meeting regulations (as above) 30 individual boulder problems that offer a rising scale of difficulty that are reset at least every 3 months A wide variety of angles and ability to set

16 4 Dedicated Climbing facility that is a member of the ABC. It must have a dedicated bouldering area of >80m2 and meet crash matting regulations (as above) 60 individual boulder problems that offer a rising scale of difficulty that are reset at least bi-monthly. Dedicated Training area comprising Fingerboards / Campus boards Strength & Conditioning area 5Dedicated Climbing facility that is a member of the ABC. It must have a dedicated bouldering area of >160m 2 and meet crash matting regulations (as above) 120 individual boulder problems that offer a rising scale of difficulty that are reset at least monthly. Dedicated Training area comprising Fingerboards / Campus boards Strength & Conditioning area

17  Increased participation: More climbers, more business.  Youth climbing to become mainstream sport  Better coaches – become mainstream.  Long term participant development – better climbers, more retention. Increase uptake of levels 3-5

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19  TODAY  Two trustees up for re-election -Clare de Meyer and Matt Keates - no other applications received.  NEXT YEAR  3 trustees to step down.  1 trustee up for re-election  New Chair – applications. Vice Chair this year?  Executive Officer Post – paid. 1 day/per week?


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