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Section 1 Learners particulars
First Aid certification information

Section 2 Training Reports

Section 3 Assessment Reports

Section 4 Logged hiking experience
Logged Abseiling experience
Logged Rock Climbing experience
Logged Kloofing experience
Logged Ice Climbing experience
Logged Activity Supervision experience
Logged Courses Attended
Logged Instructing experience



The Learner is expected to number the pages, and enter the relevant
information in the appropriate sections. Blank pages may be photocopied or
downloaded from the AQN website for additional entries. Diaries or other
miscellaneous items are not acceptable.


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Generic Modules:
Date: Signature: Reg. Number:

Navigation On Trail: ___________________________ / ___________________________ / ________________________
Navigation Off Trail: ___________________________ / ___________________________ / ________________________
Steep Ground: ___________________________ / ___________________________ / ________________________
Water Hazards: ___________________________ / ___________________________ / ________________________
Access & Environment: ___________________________ / ___________________________ / ________________________
Weather: ___________________________ / ___________________________ / ________________________
Campcraft: ___________________________ / ___________________________ / ________________________
Risk Analysis: ___________________________ / ___________________________ / ________________________
Expedition: ___________________________ / ___________________________ / ________________________
High Altitude: ___________________________ / ___________________________ / ________________________
Medical: ___________________________ / ___________________________ / ________________________
Food & Nutrition: ___________________________ / ___________________________ / ________________________
Emergencies: ___________________________ / ___________________________ / ________________________

Hiking Specific:

Equipment: ___________________________ / ___________________________ / ________________________

Climbing Specific:

Anchors & Set Ups: ___________________________ / ___________________________ / ________________________
Top Rope Climbing: ___________________________ / ___________________________ / ________________________
Lead Climbing: ___________________________ / ___________________________ / ________________________
Abseiling: ___________________________ / ___________________________ / ________________________
Belaying: ___________________________ / ___________________________ / ________________________
Equipment: ___________________________ / ___________________________ / ________________________
Self Rescue: ___________________________ / ___________________________ / ________________________
Group Rescue: ___________________________ / ___________________________ / ________________________

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To be completed by the course Instructor


Learners Name:

Learners Registration Number:

Attended a Training Course With:

From: To:

Course Name:

General outline of the course and venues used, weather conditions, Learners’ progress, level of
participation and any other helpful information.









Course Instructors Signature: Date:


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Attended a Training Course With:

From: To:

Course Name:

General outline of the course and venues used, weather conditions, Learners’ progress, level of
participation and any other helpful information.









Course Instructors Signature:

Date:
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Learners Name:

Learners Registration Number:

Attended an Assessment Course With:

From: To:

Assessment Name:

Result:

Comments:







Assessors Signature: Date:


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From: To:

Assessment Name:

Result:

Comments:







Assessors Signature: Date:



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Learners should fill in their logbooks as soon after a trip as possible to avoid forgetting
vital information.

Write in the tables when a training course or assessment course was attended. Simply
write across the columns in red ink stating “Training Course” or “Assessment Course”.
This will indicate to a reader what trips were done before and after training/assessment.
The actual course details will be listed in the separate section for “Courses”.

Consolidation Periods

During the consolidation period between training and assessment, the Learner is
expected to gain extensive experience in the activity. This must include practice in leading
parties working under the guidance of a suitably experienced leader.

Before attending an assessment course, the Learner must have completed the Pre
Assessment Minimum Experience Requirements as indicated in the official AQN
Prospectus.

The AQN recommends that all but the most experienced Learner allow a minimum of
twelve months active further experience between training and assessment courses for
advanced levels and six months for lower levels.

Column Headings

Start Date: Date the hike started on
Route Details: Describe the route as clearly as possible and any other pertinent
information that will assist the reader to get a clear picture of the
hike and the conditions encountered
Duration: How long in days was the hike?
Vertical Ascent: How many vertical meters to the nearest 1000m up did you hike
Distance: How many kilometres was the hike
Camp: Tick the form of camp accommodation you used
My Position: What was your leadership position in the group?
Number: What was the total number of people in the group?
Sign: Get the leader of the group, or if it was you, another person to sign
that this entry is correct. They must put their name as well.
Totals for page: Add up the total: Days hiked, Vertical ascent done & Distance
covered – Only for this page
Cumulative Totals: Add up the total of all - Days hiked, Vertical ascent done & Distance
covered since the start of this logbook
Page Number: Number the table pages in your logbook for this section starting at
number one. These numbers apply only to this section – Hiking.
Start again for the next section – Rock climbing etc.

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AQN ~ Hiking Logbook
Start Date
Route Details
(Region, Peak, Route description, Weather etc.)
Duration
(Days)
Vertical
Ascent
x 1000m
Distance Camp My Position
Total
Number
in party
Sign
Tent
Cave
Hut
Bivi
Leader
Assistant
Member

Tent
Cave
Hut
Bivi
Leader
Assistant
Member

Tent
Cave
Hut
Bivi
Leader
Assistant
Member

Tent
Cave
Hut
Bivi
Leader
Assistant
Member

Tent
Cave
Hut
Bivi
Leader
Assistant
Member

Tent
Cave
Hut
Bivi
Leader
Assistant
Member

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Learners should fill in their logbooks as soon after an Abseil as possible to avoid
forgetting vital information.

Write in the tables when a training course or assessment course was attended. Simply
write across the columns in red ink stating “Training Course” or “Assessment Course”.
This will indicate to a reader what trips were done before and after training/assessment.
The actual course details will be listed in the separate section for “Courses”.

This section is intended for those only doing abseiling. Rock climbing related
abseils should not be filled in here.

Consolidation Periods

During the consolidation period between training and assessment, the Learner is
expected to gain extensive experience in the activity. This must include practice in leading
parties working under the guidance of a suitably experienced leader.

Before attending an assessment course, the Learner must have completed the Pre
Assessment Minimum Experience Requirements as indicated in the official AQN
Prospectus.

The AQN recommends that all but the most experienced Learner allow a minimum of
twelve months active further experience between training and assessment courses for
advanced levels and six months for lower levels.

Column Headings

Date: Date the climb took place
Venue: Give the venue name, what object you abseiled off, weather etc.
Length: How high was the abseil in meters?
Pitches: How many pitches was the abseil?
Anchor Protection: What form of anchors were used?
My Position: What was your leadership position on the climb?
Sign: Get the leader of the abseil, or if it was you, another person to sign
that this entry is correct. They must put their name as well.
Totals for page: Add up the total: Length of abseils done, Pitches abseiled – Only for
this page
Cumulative Totals: Add up the total of all – Length of abseils done, Pitches abseils
since the start of this logbook
Page Number: Number the table pages in your logbook for this section starting at
number one. These numbers apply only to this section – Abseiling.
Start again for the next section – Rock Climbing etc

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AQN ~ Abseiling Logbook

Date
Venue
(Object, Region, Crag, Weather etc.)
Length Pitches
Anchor
Protection
My Position Sign

Single
Multi
Pitches:
Trad
Fixed
Natural
Leader
Participant


Single
Multi
Pitches:
Trad
Fixed
Natural
Leader
Participant


Single
Multi
Pitches:
Trad
Fixed
Natural
Leader
Participant


Single
Multi
Pitches:
Trad
Fixed
Natural
Leader
Participant


Single
Multi
Pitches:
Trad
Fixed
Natural
Leader
Participant


Single
Multi
Pitches:
Trad
Fixed
Natural
Leader
Participant


Single
Multi
Pitches:
Trad
Fixed
Natural
Leader
Participant

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Learners should fill in their logbooks as soon after a climb as possible to avoid forgetting
vital information.

Write in the tables when a training course or assessment course was attended. Simply
write across the columns in red ink stating “Training Course” or “Assessment Course”.
This will indicate to a reader what trips were done before and after training/assessment.
The actual course details will be listed in the separate section for “Courses”.

Consolidation Periods

During the consolidation period between training and assessment, the Learner is
expected to gain extensive experience in the activity. This must include practice in leading
parties working under the guidance of a suitably experienced leader.

Before attending an assessment course, the Learner must have completed the Pre
Assessment Minimum Experience Requirements as indicated in the official AQN
Prospectus.

The AQN recommends that all but the most experienced Learner allow a minimum of
twelve months active further experience between training and assessment courses for
advanced levels and six months for lower levels.

Column Headings

Date: Date the climb took place
Route Name: Give the route name and describe the route as clearly as possible
and any other pertinent information that will assist the reader to
get a clear picture of the climb and the conditions encountered
Route Length: How long was the climb in meters?
Grade: What is the grade of the climb as indicated in the guidebook?
Pitches: How many pitches was the climb?
Protection: What form of protection was used?
My Position: What was your leadership position on the climb?
Number: What was the total number of people in climbing group?
Sign: Get the leader of the climb, or if it was you, another person to sign
that this entry is correct. They must put their name as well.
Totals for page: Add up the total: Length of routes done, Pitches climbed – Only for
this page
Cumulative Totals: Add up the total of all – Length of routes done, Pitches climbed
since the start of this logbook
Page Number: Number the table pages in your logbook for this section starting at
number one. These numbers apply only to this section – Rock
Climbing. Start again for the next section – Kloofing etc

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AQN ~ Rock Climbing Logbook

Date
Route Name
(Region, Crag, Weather etc.)
Route
Length
Grade Pitches Protection My Position
Total
Number
in party
Sign

Single
Multi
Pitches:
Sport Lead
Trad Lead
Top Rope
Leader
Alternate
Lead
Second



Single
Multi
Pitches:
Sport Lead
Trad Lead
Top Rope
Leader
Alternate
Lead
Second



Single
Multi
Pitches:
Sport Lead
Trad Lead
Top Rope
Leader
Alternate
Lead
Second



Single
Multi
Pitches:
Sport Lead
Trad Lead
Top Rope
Leader
Alternate
Lead
Second



Single
Multi
Pitches:
Sport Lead
Trad Lead
Top Rope
Leader
Alternate
Lead
Second



Single
Multi
Pitches:
Sport Lead
Trad Lead
Top Rope
Leader
Alternate
Lead
Second



Single
Multi
Pitches:
Sport Lead
Trad Lead
Top Rope
Leader
Alternate
Lead
Second


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Learners should fill in their logbooks as soon after a trip as possible to avoid forgetting
vital information.

Write in the tables when a training course or assessment course was attended. Simply
write across the columns in red ink stating “Training Course” or “Assessment Course”.
This will indicate to a reader what trips were done before and after training/assessment.
The actual course details will be listed in the separate section for “Courses”.

Consolidation Periods

During the consolidation period between training and assessment, the Learner is
expected to gain extensive experience in the activity. This must include practice in leading
parties working under the guidance of a suitably experienced leader.

Before attending an assessment course, the Learner must have completed the Pre
Assessment Minimum Experience Requirements as indicated in the official AQN
Prospectus.

The AQN recommends that all but the most experienced Learner allow a minimum of
twelve months active further experience between training and assessment courses for
advanced levels and six months for lower levels.

Column Headings

Start Date: Date the trip started on
Route Details: Describe the route as clearly as possible and any other pertinent
information that will assist the reader to get a clear picture of the
trip and the conditions encountered
Duration: How long in days was the trip?
Vertical Ascent: How many vertical meters to the nearest 1000m up did you
descend or ascend
Distance: How many kilometres was the trip
Camp: Tick the form of camp accommodation you used
My Position: What was your leadership position in the group?
Number: What was the total number of people in the group?
Sign: Get the leader of the group, or if it was you, another person to sign
that this entry is correct. They must put their name as well.
Totals for page: Add up the total: Days Kloofed, Vertical descent done & Distance
covered – Only for this page
Cumulative Totals: Add up the total of all - Days Kloofed, Vertical descent done &
Distance covered since the start of this logbook
Page Number: Number the table pages in your logbook for this section starting at
number one. These numbers apply only to this section – Kloofing.
Start again for the next section – Ice Climbing etc

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AQN ~ Kloofing Logbook

Start Date
Route Details
(Region, Kloof, Route description, Weather etc.)
Duration
(Days)
Vertical
A/Descent
x 1000m
Distance Camp My Position
Total
Number
in party
Sign
Tent
Cave
Hut
Bivi
Leader
Assistant
Member

Tent
Cave
Hut
Bivi
Leader
Assistant
Member

Tent
Cave
Hut
Bivi
Leader
Assistant
Member

Tent
Cave
Hut
Bivi
Leader
Assistant
Member

Tent
Cave
Hut
Bivi
Leader
Assistant
Member

Tent
Cave
Hut
Bivi
Leader
Assistant
Member

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Learners should fill in their logbooks as soon after a climb as possible to avoid forgetting
vital information.

Write in the tables when a training course or assessment course was attended. Simply
write across the columns in red ink stating “Training Course” or “Assessment Course”.
This will indicate to a reader what trips were done before and after training/assessment.
The actual course details will be listed in the separate section for “Courses”.

Consolidation Periods

During the consolidation period between training and assessment, the Learner is
expected to gain extensive experience in the activity. This must include practice in leading
parties working under the guidance of a suitably experienced leader.

Before attending an assessment course, the Learner must have completed the Pre
Assessment Minimum Experience Requirements as indicated in the official AQN
Prospectus.

The AQN recommends that all but the most experienced Learner allow a minimum of
twelve months active further experience between training and assessment courses for
advanced levels and six months for lower levels.

Column Headings

Date: Date the climb took place
Route Name: Give the route name and describe the route as clearly as possible
and any other pertinent information that will assist the reader to
get a clear picture of the climb and the conditions encountered
Route Length: How long was the climb in meters?
Grade: What is the grade of the climb as indicated in the guidebook?
Pitches: Indicate if it was single or multi pitch & how many pitches
Protection: What form of protection was used?
My Position: What was your leadership position on the climb?
Number: What was the total number of people in climbing group?
Sign: Get the leader of the climb, or if it was you, another person to sign
that this entry is correct. They must put their name as well.
Totals for page: Add up the total: Route lengths done, Pitches climbed – Only for
this page
Cumulative Totals: Add up the total of all – Length of routes done, Pitches climbed
since the start of this logbook
Page Number: Number the table pages in your logbook for this section starting at
number one. These numbers apply only to this section – Rock
Climbing. Start again for the next section – Kloofing etc

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AQN ~ Ice Climbing Logbook

Date
Route Name
(Region, Crag, Weather etc.)
Route
Length
Grade Pitches Protection My Position
Total
Number
in party
Sign

Single
Multi
Pitches:
Lead
Top Rope
Leader
Alternate
Lead
Second



Single
Multi
Pitches:
Lead
Top Rope
Leader
Alternate
Lead
Second



Single
Multi
Pitches:
Lead
Top Rope
Leader
Alternate
Lead
Second



Single
Multi
Pitches:
Lead
Top Rope
Leader
Alternate
Lead
Second



Single
Multi
Pitches:
Lead
Top Rope
Leader
Alternate
Lead
Second



Single
Multi
Pitches:
Lead
Top Rope
Leader
Alternate
Lead
Second



Single
Multi
Pitches:
Lead
Top Rope
Leader
Alternate
Lead
Second


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Learners should fill in their logbooks as soon after an activity as possible to avoid
forgetting vital information.

Write in the tables when a training course or assessment course was attended. Simply
write across the columns in red ink stating “Training Course” or “Assessment Course”.
This will indicate to a reader what trips were done before and after training/assessment.
The actual course details will be listed in the separate section for “Courses”.


Column Headings

Date: Date the activity took place
Activity: Describe the activity you supervised, giving pertinent details so the
reader will understand the nature of your supervisory activity.
For Whom: What group of organisation where you supervising
Duration: Indicate in hours how long the supervision lasted for.
Comments: Provide information that you feel helps describe the activity
Protection: What form of protection was used?
My Position: What was your leadership position on the day?
Number: What was the total number of people in the group?
Totals for page: Add up the total duration – Only for this page
Cumulative Totals: Add up the total duration since the start of this logbook
Page Number: Number the table pages in your logbook for this section starting at
number one. These numbers apply only to this section – Activity
Supervision Start again for the next section – Courses Attended etc

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AQN ~ Activity Supervision Logbook

Date
Activity
including details
For Whom
group or organisation
Duration
x hours
Comments My Position
Total
Number
in party

Abseiling
Rock Climbing
Kloofing
Hiking

Leader
Assistant


Abseiling
Rock Climbing
Kloofing
Hiking

Leader
Assistant


Abseiling
Rock Climbing
Kloofing
Hiking

Leader
Assistant


Abseiling
Rock Climbing
Kloofing
Hiking

Leader
Assistant


Abseiling
Rock Climbing
Kloofing
Hiking

Leader
Assistant


Abseiling
Rock Climbing
Kloofing
Hiking

Leader
Assistant

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Learners should fill in their logbooks as soon after a course as possible to avoid forgetting
vital information.

These courses should include all courses you have attended not only AQN courses.

Column Headings

Date: Date the course took place
Course Details: Describe the name of the course and what it was about
Run by Whom: Who ran the course – organisation and instructor?
Duration: How long was the course in days?
Comments: Provide information that you feel helps describe the course
Number: What was the total number of people on the course?
Sign: Get the instructor, or if not possible, another person to sign that
this entry is correct. They must put their name as well.
Totals for page: Add up the total duration – Only for this page
Cumulative Totals: Add up the total duration since the start of this logbook
Page Number: Number the table pages in your logbook for this section starting at
number one. These numbers apply only to this section – Courses
attended. Start again for the next section – Instructing Experience
etc

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AQN ~ Courses Attended Logbook – All Relevant Courses Not Only AQN

Start
Date
Course Details Run By Whom
Duration
x days
Comments
Total
Number
on course
Sign














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Learners should fill in their logbooks as soon after a course as possible to avoid forgetting
vital information.

These courses should include all courses you have attended not only AQN courses.

Column Headings

Date: Date the course took place
Course Details: Describe the name of the course and what it was about
Run by Whom: Under whose name was the course run - Organisation?
Duration: How long was the course in days?
Age: What was the average age of the participants?
Comments: Provide information that you feel helps describe the course
Number: What was the total number of people on the course?
Totals for page: Add up the total duration – Only for this page
Cumulative Totals: Add up the total duration since the start of this logbook
Page Number: Number the table pages in your logbook for this section starting at
number one. These numbers apply only to this section –
Instructing Experience. Start again for the next section.

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AQN ~ Instructing Experience Logbook – All Relevant Instruction Not Only AQN

Start
Date
Course Details Run For Whom
Duration
days
Age of
Participants
Comments
Total
Number
on course

Under 12
12 – 18
19 - 21
Adult


Under 12
12 – 18
19 - 21
Adult


Under 12
12 – 18
19 - 21
Adult


Under 12
12 – 18
19 - 21
Adult


Under 12
12 – 18
19 - 21
Adult


Under 12
12 – 18
19 - 21
Adult

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