The duration of both the trainings is 45 days with 15 days theory (Kathmandu) and 30 days practical (Langtang). The required number of students for the course is minimum 4 and maximum 32. The cost of per student is Rs. 15000 (BMC) and Rs. 20,000 (AMC) for Nepalese and 00 for foreigners. 00 includes food, accommodation; transportation in Nepal during training as well as in Kathmandu. The cost does not include personal clothing, equipments like boots, crampon, ice axe and medical expenses, insurance, air fare etc.