This course is next running on 03/07/2017 at Stafford. Click the 'Book Course Dates' button above to secure your place
Course Location(s): Stafford, Aylesbury, London
ATG Training has been training cycle technicians since 2001 having developed the professional qualification out of an Engineering background and in conjunction with the Association of Cycle Traders – ACT, the brand owners of Cytech.
As result the cycle market has a growing and well earned professional reputation built on qualified staff providing the best possible skilled service to their customers.
Delegates who successfully complete this skills training course will uniquely receive certificates from both EAL and Cytech. No other training provider can is able to provide that level of certification.
With workshops running the spine of England on the rail and road networks in London, Aylesbury and Stafford, there is a centre in travelling distance from the major centres of population.
Cytech technical two is the trade standard for any professional cycle mechanic. It includes 10 days of training including all the skills to service and maintain cycles and build wheels to a high standard. It will also equip you with the knowledge and skills to work safely and efficiently as a professional mechanic. The course is certificated by Cytech and EAL and includes training, assessment and knowledge checks throughout the course.
The Cytech technical two course covers hub servicing, brake servicing (including disc brake bleeding and set up) drivetrain servicing, headset servicing, and internal hub gear set up, frame preparation / alignment work and wheel building. The course includes homework and questions to check the individual’s knowledge and will culminate in assessments performed in a workshop environment to check the individual’s practical skill level and ability
The Cytech technical two course is aimed at individuals who have been working in the cycle trade for 1-2 years and need more comprehensive cycle repair training to allow them to undertake more involved service work and to build upon the base level of experience that they already have. It is useful for those without any formal cycle repair training so that they can be sure that they have not learnt any bad habits
Technicians who have 2 years of cycle industry experience and would feel comfortable with completing a one day assessment of their technical skills
On successful completion of this cycle mechanic course you will achieve the following certification.
Vocational related qualification (VRQ) providing 25 credits at level two under the qualification credit framework (QCF)
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