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News

22.02.24
Updated Guidance from Mountain Training on Site-Specific Training
In a significant development for the indoor climbing industry, our partner Mountain Training has recently released...
05.02.24
Childrens Mental Health Week 2024
Today marks the start of Children's Mental Health Week 2024, and NICAS is proud to help shine a light on the...
22.01.24
Climbing For All Disability Awareness Course now online
NICAS is excited to announce that the Climbing for All Disability Awareness course from Mountain Training is now...
11.01.24
Your Climbing Counts Survey
Your climbing journey matters, and we invite you to share your voice in shaping the future of the sport through...
21.12.23
NICAS Support Calls
We would like to start the new year by offering a little extra support to our fantastic accredited centres. If...
20.10.23
Coaching powered by ADHD
This October, NICAS is excited to team up with our trustee, Juan Avendano, to bring you a blog in honour of ADHD...
02.10.23
2023 Keeping Your Child #SafeinSport Week
This week from Monday 2 October to Friday 6 October 2023 is Keeping Your Child #SafeinSport Week! Keeping Your...
28.09.23
Recording available: Safeguarding Our Climbers Seminar
Thank you to everyone who joined us live for the Partners Seminar on 7 September 2023 on Safeguarding Our...
12.09.23
Launching NICAS Pro at the 2023 ABC Conference
We're looking forward to connecting with our centres and forging new partnerships at this year's ABC Conference on...
11.08.23
@NICASclimbing – One Tag for All Climbers
To our wonderful NICAS community! We've got some brilliant news to share that's all about unity and connection....
08.08.23
Safeguarding Our Climbers: 2023 Partners Seminar
Thank you to everyone who joined us live for the Partners Seminar on 7 September on safeguarding. If you...
07.07.23
Become a NICAS Wild Climbers centre
Already running NICAS Climbing or NICAS Bouldering? Looking for new ideas to keep your under-7s entertained? ...
09.06.23
NICAS partners with the Urdd for 2023 Urdd Urban Games
NICAS is delighted to announce its partnership with Urdd Gobaith Cymru for this year's highly anticipated Urdd...
05.06.23
2023 ABC Conference & AGM
We're excited to be attending the 2023 ABC Conference & AGM in September - a key event in the indoor climbing...
26.05.23
Climbing and Neurodiversity - Questions Answered
Thank you to everyone who joined us live for the first talk in our 2023 Partners Seminar Series - on Climbing...
24.04.23
Bouldering Qualification Seminar
7 June 2023: Thank you to everyone who joined us live for the Partners Seminar in May on the new bouldering...
08.03.23
Climbing and Neurodiversity Seminar
26 May 2023: You can now download the Climbing & Neurodiversity Q&A document covering all outstanding...
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