Well I have just finished another two days lead climb coaching with a couple of guys up from london. Rather funny as one of them not only works 20m away from the guy who I was instructing over the weekend. Even more freaky was he went to the same school as me as a kid, although a few years younger than me!
We spent yesterday looking at movement and tactics of lead climbing on some easy slate routes near Looning the Tube. I also got one of the team to lead Looning the Tube, which he did very well on. We then headed up the pass and did the first two pitches on Nea, before heading back down to the village.
After a nice sunny day the weather crapped out over night, and faced with a choice of climbing in the rain, or spending some time looking at gear placements and belays in the beacon, the team decided that the climbing wall was the best option. We also did a lot of movement coaching so that when they head outside the climbing should be easier for them.
Anyway, I now have one day of single pitch climbing left for the brenin, before I have a well deserved break.
I would offer a link to my Lead Climb Coaching Courses, however it is probably going to be a long time before I have the time available to run my own courses.