Six young people stand at the fub of the climbing wall, all of them have harnesses on and a white helmet on their heads. One of them, stephanie noth from burkardroth, is currently instructing the others in the belaying technique. Martin mai volunteers to climb, stephanie attaches two carabiners to his harness, instructs the others to belay, and michael gets started. The whole scene is watched by a man in a red helmet: trainer carsten waider. His goal is that by thursday the group is so fit that they pass the final exam and thus may soon put on the red helmet itself.
Stephanie noth (26) is a trainee educator. She has already completed an apprenticeship as a commercial clerk for tourism and recreation. During this training, she also visited a forest ropes course for the first time: "I had a lot of respect, but it was also raining and cold, has the experience in less good memory. At the end of 2010, a friend took her to the high ropes course on the volkersberg. "That's it", she immediately thought to herself. "It was a fantastic experience, I enjoyed it straight away", the goal of leading groups in the high ropes course was set at that time.