Trainings & Courses

We will be happy to train your staff on a regular basis with regard to the operation and supervision of the facility, so a smooth operation and a high safety standard can be guaranteed. Especially when operating a High Ropes Course, a lot of temporary staff and students are employed, which is why personnel changes are normal. Through the constant trainings, you will always remain up to date with the latest safety techniques and technical innovations.

The training courses offered by KristallTurm® not only cover the training of your staff, but also enables you to carry out certain maintenance work yourself without external support.

your trainers

Björn Mocsnek

  • IAPA Instructor Trainer
  • Qualified to inspect and/or maintain and repair MARK Elephant Hub
  • CliC-iT Product Training Level C
  • Expert for the inspection of TOPPAS and abseiling KAG
  • Inspection, maintenance and repair of all Bornack products

Mike Wentorf

  • IAPA Instructor Trainer
  • Qualified to inspect and/or maintain and repair MARK Elephant Hub
  • CliC-iT Product Training Level C
  • Expert for the inspection of TOPPAS and abseiling KAG

trainings

training as a kristallturM guide

Objective: Instruction, supervision and, if necessary, rescue of customers.

Content: The 3-day training to become a KristallTurm® Guide includes instruction and supervision of guests in the use of the self belay system, as well as equipping of guests. The training is designed for a maximum of 5 participants per training.

Prerequisites: Minimum age of 16 years and first aid course.

ADVANCED TRAINING FOR kristallturm rescue guide

Objective: Evaluating the safety of the climbing elements in the High Ropes Course.

Content: The advanced training provides employees with the necessary know-how to operate the self belay and rescue equipment and to actively perform the rescue. This training builds on the KristallTurm® Guide and has a duration of 2 days subsequently after. The training takes 3 days if there is a longer break between training sessions.

Prerequisites: Minimum age of 18 and valid first aid course.

TRAINING TO BECOME A KristallTurm Trainer

Objective: To train KristallTurm® guides yourself

Content: The training to become a KristallTurm® trainer enables the participants to train other persons as guides themselves and to have these persons being certified by KristallTurm® after sending the complete documentation of the training to KristallTurm®.

Requirements (based on DIN 31060):
o Minimum age of 21
o Participation in training courses to become a KristallTurm® Guide + Rescuer
o Proof of 40 working days in a High Ropes Course
o Valid first aid course

Training as maintenance officer

Objective: To carry out simple maintenance work and daily checks as defined in the operating manual.

Content: The content of the training, which lasts at least 10 hours, is the extended belaying technique, which enables simple maintenance work to be carried out, such as replacing the descenders or individual element parts as well as maintenance and checks as defined in the operating manual. Simple extended PPE is used for this purpose. A fall into the rope must be prevented in all cases. It always has to be taken care that the belay point is overhead and that the lanyards are shortened to the maximum.

Requirements (based on DIN 31060):
o Minimum age of 21
o Participation in training courses to become a KristallTurm® Guide
o Basic technical understanding and technical interest 

LockD

Objective: To carry out simple maintenance work and daily checks of the LockD belay systems.

Content: In the 2-day training, course participants learn how to replace individual components or recognize and carry out necessary repairs on the carabiners.

Prerequisites: none

CLiC-iT Level a + b

Objective: To carry out simple maintenance work and daily checks of the CLiC-iT A62-25 belay systems.

Content: In the 2-day training course, participants learn how to replace individual components and how to recognize and carry out necessary repairs on the karabiners.

Prerequisites: none

SSB EQUIPMENT MAINTENANCE OFFICER

Objective: To carry out simple maintenance work and daily checks of the SSB belay systems.

Content: In the 2-day training, course participants learn how to replace individual components or recognize and carry out necessary repairs on the carabiners.

Prerequisites: Basic knowledge of instruction and operation of SSB’s.

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