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Topic - MTS Winter ML Review - The Final Outcomes

george mc - on 14 Oct 2013
During the review of the Winter Mountain Leader Award, Mountain Training Scotland invited feedback, comments and suggested alterations to any aspect of the Winter ML Award from interested parties. Responses were received from Winter ML or higher award holders, Providers, Course Directors, trainers and assessors involved in providing Winter ML courses and stakeholder organisations including the Mountaineering Council of Scotland, the Adventure Activities Licensing Service, Mountain Rescue of England and Wales (MREW) and the Scottish Avalanche Information Service (SAIS). As a result the Mountain Training Scotland Board (MTS) considered a series of proposals relating to amendments or changes to the Winter Mountain leader scheme. The Scottish Boards recommendations were then reviewed and agreed by all the other Mountain Training Home Nation Boards at a MTUK meeting on June 22nd 2013.

You can view the full report on the review outcomes at the following link:


All of the Winter Mountain leader Syllabus, Guidance notes and Appendices were updated, re-written and restructured to ensure they were clearer and more accessible to candidates. You can view/download the new and revised Winter Mountain Leader Award Handbook at the following link:


The registration process now uses the new Mountain Training on-line digital logbook called DLog. At the moment only those who are registered on the either the Winter ML, Climbing Wall Leading Award or the new Coaching award will be able to view DLog on the Candidate Management System (CMS). Access to DLog will eventually be extended to all other candidates on the other schemes. In the meantime if you are registered on any of the above awards you can view DLog by going to your account on the CMS – once in your account you’ll see the ‘DLOG’ button on the left hand side. Please note you may have to first refresh your browser page to see DLog.
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