Introduction to Judging in Competition Climbing – New e-Learning Course

Jan 3, 2022

CEC is excited to launch its first e-Learning Module: Introduction to Judging in Competition Climbing.

This module has been designed as the introductory step in the Officials Pathway. Available in English and French, this interactive online training will introduce participants to what it means to be a judge and the essential knowledge and skills they will need to carry out their role in competitive climbing. It will also offer a place to practice and/or review skills before judging at a competition.

The training is offered free of charge, with a recommended donation of $25. CEC has created an Education Fund program, and plans to develop more training in the short future, targeting all roles in competition climbing: officials, setters, coaches, etc. Your donation will be directed toward this fund.

Visit the CEC Learning page under Resources to access the purchase page.

CEC would like to thank our Working Group Experts who helped build this module:

  • Kateri Belanger
  • Paul Hughes
  • Paul Ledet
  • Sebastian Powell
  • Sylvain Vanier
  • Adam Villard
  • Tim Vince
  • Sharon Vukojevic
  • Babak Zia

 

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CEC et USA Climbing sont ravis d'annoncer que la North American Cup Série (NACS) est de retour, et plus grande que jamais ! Le Calendrier 2023 propose 7 arrêts, dont un au Costa Rica ! Jettez-y un oeil!

CEC and USA Climbing are excited to announce that the North American Cup Series is back, and bigger than ever! The 2023 Calendar proposes 7 stops, including one in Costa Rica! Check it out!

Link in bio / Lien en bio

CEC et USA Climbing sont ravis d'annoncer que la North American Cup Série (NACS) est de retour, et plus grande que jamais ! Le Calendrier 2023 propose 7 arrêts, dont un au Costa Rica ! Jettez-y un oeil!
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