Cytech is looking for training partners in Scotland, Northern Ireland and Ireland


The Cytech training and accreditation platform will seek to meet the high demand for cycling mechanics courses by expanding its reach in Scotland, Ireland and Northern Ireland.

Managed by the Association of Cycle Traders (ACT), Cytech has long extended its reach, even outside the UK, with facilities now training on four continents and skilled Cytech technicians operating in 52 countries.

Current international training sites are already set to double in 2022, with ever-increasing demand suggesting there could be up to three times the number of Cytech training sites by the end of 2022. Cytech is looking to launch this expansion by opening licensed training centers in Scotland, Northern Ireland and Ireland.

If you are interested in becoming a Cytech Authorized Training Provider in one or more of these locations, you can apply here.

Companies will need to include:

  • A business background
  • Proposed location (s) for a training center
  • Financial situation of the company
  • The key people within the company, i.e. the owner, the proposed training technicians
  • Information on workshop facilities, including e-bike capacity, as well as any pre-existing training space
  • Any qualified personnel already employed in the company
  • Number of trainees expected and total turnover expected for training in the first three years
  • Why the company wants to offer training and why it would be a good choice for Cytech

Applications will be accepted until the initial deadline of 1/31/22. As there will be a thorough assessment of any potential Cytech training provider partner and / or location, it is likely that there will be multiple cycles in which applications can be submitted, although Cytech always recommends submitting an application as soon as possible. as possible.

Applications will be examined by ACT and will be treated in the strictest confidence. As requests progress, ACT may request more financial information, including a set of the most recent accounts.

To ensure that high standards are maintained, successful candidates will go through several additional assessments before being appointed, including workshop, tooling and equipment checks and they will undertake a ‘train the trainer’ training. “.

Any questions should be addressed to [email protected]


Milton S. Rodgers