Bottom-Roping Rock Climbing Courses with Adventure Burn

Bottom-Roping Rock Climbing Courses with Adventure Burn. This survey has 3 sections. The first section is about first contact and booking. Second section is about the modules of the course. The third and final section is post course and course overview questions.

Section 1 starts below.

* 1. Thinking of your climbing course on a scale of 1 to 5 (5 being excellent, 1 being poor) how would you rate the attended climbing course?

* 2. Thinking of the information available from our website/email/staff and on a scale of 1 to 5 (5 being excellent, 1 being poor) how would you rate the pre-course contact and pre-course information given prior to attending the course?

* 3. Thinking of the pre-course contact and pre-course information given was there anything that you felt was missing or unclear?

* 4. Thinking of the pre-course contact and pre-course information given were all your questions answered?

* 5. Did you know what to expect on the course after this pre-course contact?

Section 2: The Basic Bottom-Roping Course covers 4 main modules: Crag Safety and Etiquette, Safety Equipment Usage, Belaying and Tying in and Personal Climbing skills. The next set of question will address each model.

Starting with: Crag Safety and Etiquette.

* 6. Thinking about Crag Safety and Etiquette and on a scale of 1 to 5 (5 being excellent, 1 being poor) how would you rate the safety/etiquette brief at the start of the session?

* 7. Thinking about Crag Safety and Etiquette and on a scale of 1 to 5 (5 being excellent, 1 being poor) how would you rate the actually practice of safety/etiquette throughout the day?

* 8. Thinking back on your course and on a scale of 1 to 5 (5 being excellent, 1 being poor) how would you now rate your own knowledge on “Crag Safety and Etiquette”?

* 9. Thinking about Crag Etiquette, were you made aware of respecting the outdoors?

* 10. Thinking about Crag Safety and Etiquette are there any elements you would need future instruction in?

* 11. Thinking about crag safety and the importance of communication and on a scale of 1 to 5 (5 being excellent, 1 being poor) how would you now rate your own knowledge on the safety climbing calls?

* 12. Thinking about crag safety and the importance of communication can you tick any of the following safety calls that you understand?

Section 2 continued: Safety Equipment Usage (Harness, Helmet, Karabiners, Belay Device and Ropes)

* 13. Thinking about the safety harness on a scale of 1 to 5 (5 being excellent, 1 being poor) how would you now rate your own knowledge on the correct fitting of the harness?

* 15. Thinking about the safety harness and fitting one correctly can you list some of the important factors to pay attention too? (Example, position of waist loop)

* 16. Thinking about the safety helmet on a scale of 1 to 5 (5 being excellent, 1 being poor) how would you now rate your own knowledge on the correct fitting of the helmet?

* 18. Thinking about the use of a Karabiner and on a scale of 1 to 5 (5 being excellent, 1 being poor) how would you now rate your own knowledge on the correct usage on the Karabiner?

* 20. Thinking about the use of a Karabiner why is a “cross loaded karabiner” considered unsafe?

* 21. Thinking about the use of the climbing rope and on a scale of 1 to 5 (5 being excellent, 1 being poor) how would you now rate your own knowledge on the correct usage of the climbing rope?

* 22. Thinking about the climbing rope. Is standing on the rope good or bad?

Section 2 continued: Belaying and Tying in

* 23. Thinking about the use of the belay device and on a scale of 1 to 5 (5 being excellent, 1 being poor) how would you now rate your own knowledge on the correct usage on the belay device?

* 24. Thinking about belaying on a scale of 1 to 5 (5 being excellent, 1 being poor) how would you now rate your own knowledge on the correct method of belaying?

* 25. Thinking about belaying were you given a method to help remember the steps of belaying? (Maybe a saying or rhyme?)

* 26. Regarding belaying can you explain what the “V” stands for in the “V to Knee” 1,2,3 method?

* 27. Regarding belaying do you ever let go of the rope (dead rope) while belaying?

* 28. Regarding belaying, can you list any other important safety elements that should be considered?

* 29. Thinking about tying in (attaching the rope) to your harness and on a scale of 1 to 5 (5 being excellent, 1 being poor) how would you now rate your own knowledge on the correct method of tying in?

* 31. Can you explain the importance of “Partner Check” before starting to climb. What might you be looking for?

* 32. Should you look up and ensure the ropes are not twisted before setting off on a climb?

* 33. When lowering can you explain the importance of keeping two hands on the “dead rope” (also called the break rope) which is the rope below the belay device?

Section 2 continued: Personal Climbing Skills

* 34. Thinking about personal climbing skills, is warming up considered important?

* 35. Thinking about the rock climbing shoes on a scale of 1 to 5 (5 being excellent, 1 being poor) how would you now rate your own knowledge on the usage of rock shoes?

* 36. Thinking about basic rock climbing techniques covered and on a scale of 1 to 5 (5 being excellent, 1 being poor) how helpful were they?

Section 3: Final Section. Overview of the Course and your Experience.

* 37. Thinking about the course content, was all of the course content covered?

* 40. Thinking of the different modules of the course at any stage did you ever feel that there was:

* 41. Thinking about the overall amount of actual rock climbing done, was it:

* 42. Thinking about the overall difficulty of the actual rock climbing done, was it:

* 43. Thinking of the information available from our website/email/staff and on a scale of 1 to 5 (5 being excellent, 1 being poor) how would you rate the post-course contact and post-course information given?

* 44. Regarding the post-course information was it:

* 45. When receiving post-course information which would you prefer?

* 46. On a scale of 1 to 5 (5 being excellent, 1 being poor) how well were your expectations met?

* 47. On a scale of 1 to 5 (5 being very likely, 1 being very unlikely) how likely are you to recommend this course to others?

* 48. On a scale of 1 to 5 (5 being very likely, 1 very unlikely) how likely are you to take another course with Adventure Burn?

* 49. Is there any other feedback about the course you would like to share?

* 50. And finally thinking back to the very first question again: On a scale of 1 to 5 (5 being excellent, 1 being poor) how would you rate the attended climbing course thinking of pre-course contact/information, the course content and the post course information/contact.

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