Our in-depth talks build on the Essentials talk and go in depth into four subjects.
- How avalanches are triggered
- Where you go and when
- How you go down or up
- The Human Factor
How avalanches are triggered
We discuss the latest thinking and theory on how and why avalanches are triggered. This talk uses graphics and video to show you how avalanches can be triggered by one person weighing just 60Kg. Understanding why this happens will help you reduce your risk of being caught.
The Human Factor
We discuss the latest lessons from recent research on the Human Factor and how it applies to decision making and risk taking in the backcountry and off-piste skiing. Why it is that people who should know better, still get caught out in avalanches?
Henry described the in depth talk
“Here we look at how, why and where avalanches are triggered and how you can use that understanding to help manage risk. But it’s the reinforcement of applying these strategies and how to deal with the impulsive action ‘traps’, i.e. not applying our experience and knowledge that then leads to accidents, that we explore in both talks”.
Pricing and tickets
The talks will cost £15 per person with reductions for buying 2 or more tickets.
Choose your dates below and click on book tickets to purchase your tickets. We will email you the details and link to the Zoom webinar.
This will give you access to join the webinar presentation on the dates that you choose. Then if you do miss it, there will be a recording you can view during the following month.
You will also be able to ask questions during the session.
Exclusive Facebook group
Once you have completed the training, you will be able to join the HAT Facebook community. This is exclusive for people who have done our training and offers the chance to ask Henry questions, to interact with other off-piste skiers and get special updates throughout the season
Dates and Times
The talk is delivered in two parts.
There are three opportunities to see this talk
Part 1 Tuesday, 10 November 2020 1830 – 1930
Part 2 Wednesday, 11 November 2020 1830 – 1930
Part 1 Sunday, 29 November 2020 1700 – 1800
Part 2 Sunday, 6 December 2020 1700 – 1800
Part 1 Tuesday, 12 January 2021 1830 – 1930
Part 2 Wednesday, 13 January 2021 1830 – 1930
The In depth Talk 10th – 11th November 2020
The In depth Talk 29th November 6th December 2020
The In depth Talk 12th 13th January 2021