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Cytech assessment days coming to Scotland

Posted on 16 Aug 2017

ATG Training - the UK's largest provider of Cytech training - are coming to Scotland in November to undertake Cytech technical two assessments within the workplace.

Cytech is the internationally recognised training and accreditation scheme for bicycle technicians delivering training and promotion of technical skills to the cycle trade and enthusiasts worldwide.

Cytech is delivered through accredited training providers who operate from centres across the UK. However, in locations where no training centres currently exist ATG Training are making it possible to carry out Assessment days, giving everyone access to the same qualifications.

ATG Training will be visiting Scotland to carry out assessments of Cytech technical two from 13th-17th November, giving members of the trade the opportunity to gain a recognised qualification without having to visit one of the training centres.

Cytech Technical Two assessment includes a full strip and rebuild on a bike, facing and chasing the frame, a wheel build and a hydraulic bleed. Depending on your circumstances and workshop facilities ATG Training can arrange to visit you and your staff in your own workshop (if suitable - please see criteria for workshop). The ATG team can provide assessment and certification with minimal fuss and disruption to your workplace.

Places are limited, so an early booking is essential to secure your place.

If you are interested in taking advantage of this opportunity please contact ATG Training on 01296 737 800 or to register your interest and find out more details.