Puncture repairs and tweaking brakes aside – keeping a bike in prime condition isn’t as easy as it looks. You need the right tools; you need patience; you need precision; you need to be prepared for the unexpected. And you definitely need more than a four-hour training course.
That is where the Cycle Maintenance Apprenticeship will fit you to be a professional mechanic, so when qualified you will be ready to deal with most things that comes into your workshop.
Working mechanics who wish to secure training and additional qualifications whilst continuing their employment.
Cycle mechanics who wish to expand their technical knowledge after completing the standard apprenticeship.
In many cases some form of funding is available. We will work with you to do our best to help you through the process of applying for and securing funding. In most circumstances, the funding will provide you with a substantial subsidy for the qualification. In addition to this, we do expect your employer to commit to the qualification by contributing to the overall cost of delivery, assessment and certification.
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