Peak Mountain Training are specialists in the delivery of National Governing Body (NGB) Training and Assessment courses.  Whilst we strive to give the best possible products we recognise that there is scope to add value to the courses that we deliver.  As such we have chosen to work in conjunction with the following companies/organisations:



Adventure Expeditions

Adventure Expeditions are a D of E expedition specialist delivering a range of exciting trips and courses for young people.  Alongside this core service they also offer skills courses for D of E participants and Leaders including National Governing Body Awards in conjunction with Peak Mountain Training.  What is different about these courses is the additional D of E specific content especially for leaders and teachers.



Edale Mountain Rescue Team

With access to Edale MRT's Headquarters our courses make use of modern and practical training rooms with access to multi media projectors for lectures and presentations as well a drying room and state of the art tea making facilities (essential after coming off the hill).  This dedicated rescue and training centre was purpose built within LaFarge Cement Works in Hope near Castleton and is maintained by public donation.

As a provider we are proud to support one of the busiest Mountain Rescue Team's in England and Wales and maintain the link between the mountaineering awards and the Mountain Rescue community.  There are more details on our Facilities page.

High Peak First Aid

A suitable First Aid Certificate is required for most National Governing Body Award courses and in this case we recommend High Peak First Aid, based just down the road in Hope.  As a provider of First Aid courses, HPFA share much of the ethos of Peak Mountain Training - providing practical and enjoyable training that will leave you confident to deal with a medical emergency on the hill.


Stu Littlefair

The images you have seen on our site, at least the ones you will have gone "Nice shot!" to, will invariably be Stu's. Stu is a hugely accomplished photographer, equally accomplished climber and, presumably, a pretty accomplished astrophysicist - his day job.  Co-founder of Dark Peak Images, Stu's photos have been able to capture a lot of what we at Peak Mountain Training love about our work and play.