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Interested in a cycle maintenance apprenticeship?

A cycle maintenance apprenticeship is a real job within the cycle trade but with the added benefit of receiving extra professional training. You earn whilst learning and gain nationally recognised qualifications, such as NVQ’s and Cytech certification.

Our cycle maintenance apprenticeships are the only schemes available that include Cytech certification as part of the training course.

On completion of the course, you will have become a fully fledged, professional bicycle mechanic and attained the highest level of accreditation the industry has to offer.

To become an apprentice, you need to be living and working in England (contracted for at least 30 hours per week), be aged 16 or over and not in full-time education. That means you need a full-time job with an employer who is willing to support your training throughout the apprenticeship.

Succeeding in your course is our top priority, so at ATG Training we ensure that you receive only the highest quality of training from our expert training officers. We only deliver accredited courses that you can trust, with unique online and offline resources to suit your learning style, with easy access to support on hand when you need it.

What are the benefits of a cycle maintenance apprenticeship?

  • You earn money whilst training
  • You train the skills that the cycle trade need and want
  • You gain valuable work experience
  • You learn at a pace that suits you, with the support of an experienced mentor

We currently,  offer two apprenticeships in cycle maintenance – an intermediate (Level 2) cycles apprenticeship and an advanced (Level 3) cycles apprenticeship to help you become a professional mechanic. When qualified, you will be ready to deal with most things that come into a bicycle workshop.

(NB. Other than the above cycle maintenance apprenticeships, all other ATG Training engineering apprenticeships are now run by Activate Apprenticeships).

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Intermediate cycles apprenticeship

Who is it for?

Working mechanics who wish to secure training and additional qualifications whilst continuing their employment.

What is included?

  • Certificate of Cycle Maintenance
  • Cytech technical two training and qualification
  • Level 2 NVQ Diploma in Engineering Maintenance & Installation – Cycles pathway
  • Functional skills level 1 or 2.
  • Employment Responsibilities and Rights
  • Personal Learning & Thinking Skills

Advanced cycles apprenticeship

Who is it for?

Cycle technicians that have completed the Intermediate Apprenticeship and want to increase their skills, technical knowledge and obtain a high level qualification.

What is included?

  • Diploma of Cycle Maintenance
  • Cytech technical three training and qualification
  • Level 3 NVQ Extended Diploma in Mechanical Manufacturing Engineering – Cycles pathway
  • Functional skills at a minimum of level 2

What will it cost?

ATG Training is expert in securing funding to train apprentices. The training costs are heavily subsidised by funding from the government, together with, where applicable, an employer contribution. As your Training Provider, we will give you guidance on the funding available, which varies depending on your age and previous work experience and the size of your business or organisation that you will be working for. Where full government funding is not available, it is expected that your employer covers the cost of the remaining training fees.

Help and advice

If you are interested in an apprenticeship, our knowledgeable and friendly team will answer any questions. Just call the team on 01865 550324 or email us to discuss your apprenticeship needs.

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