Almost doubling the size of the prior educational facility, the new home in the north has been decked out to offer students more space to work, as well as potential to grow the business.
Commenting on the move, Suzanne Read, operations manager for cycles at ATG Training said: “The need for new premises is a real testament to the growing demand we’re seeing from customers. There seems to be an increasing awareness of the benefits of gaining industry-recognised training and the new workshop allows us to offer our courses in a modern, light and airy environment. Feedback has been really positive from all learners who have so far used our new facility”.
The expansion comes hot on the heels of news that bike shops are entitled to make the most of recent changes to apprenticeship funding thanks to a new levy.
Speaking on behalf of Cytech, assistant brand manager Dan Roberts commented “The move to a bigger and better space will allow ATG Training to deliver the best possible training experience to all Cytech candidates. This continued commitment to development and re-investment is just one of the reasons that we are proud to recognise ATG Training as the leading provider of Cytech training worldwide.”
In other news, Cytech training is now live in Australia.