Cycle Maintenance Training - from professional to entry level
City and Guilds VRQ level 2 in bicycle maintenance and repair -
Are you a Passionate cycling enthusiast considering a move into the industry?
Are you a bike mechanic looking to gain accreditation for your skills?
Bikeworks professional courses will ensure you are properly qualified and can demonstrate the skills you need. We now offer the internationally recognised City & Guilds bicycle mechanics course. We have a highly experienced,professional and passionate training team, a fully equipped training centre and class sizes are small.
Work experience & employment opportunities at Bikeworks are also available.
A professional qualification the course gives you everything you need to begin working in the industry.
Duration: The course is delivered over ten full-time days either part-time at weekends or full time over a two-week period
The City and Guilds syllabus includes: health and safety, workshop practise and safety standards; puncture repair, tyres & inner tubes; gear systems; wheel building and truing; bearings (hubs, headsets and bottom brackets etc); break systems; frames and forks.
10 day intensive course (Mon - Fri) - 2 week course
Part time (5 consecutive weekends) - 5 weekends
We offer discounts for LCC members and customers of Bikeworks.
To check dates & availability or if you have any other enquiries, please give us a call on 020 8980 7998.
Cost: £890 plus VAT (includes cost of registration and certification)
Discounts: 5 - 10% Discount available to LCC members and other groups (City & Guilds at 5 %)
One day entry to intermediate level courses
Whether you want to learn to fix a puncture or build a wheel, we have a course for you: beginners, intermediate, or advanced level for the home mechanic. Courses are generally on Sundays at our training centre.
please call for latest course dates
To book: to book a place on a course get in touch.
Tel: 020 8980 7998
One day courses cost £60 per person.
COURSE CONTENT INCLUDES:
- Basic Mechanical Skills - Handling Tools / Correct Tools for the Job
- Tyres, Tubes and Wheels – Removal and Installation
- Gear Adjustment
- Bearings, Hub, Bottom Bracket, Headset and pedals
- Wheel Truing, Straightening
- Brake Adjustment
- Stem and Handle Bars
- Cycle Care and Protection
These courses will offer everything you need to know to keep your bicycle moving smoothly and safely.