Industry experts predict that as many as one in three new bicycles sold in Europe could come with an electric motor by 2023. Despite this, there is still a lot of hesitance from mechanics towards working on e-bikes.
Cytech has introduced the brand new Technical e-bike course to provide the skills and confidence needed to set up, repair and sell a broad spectrum of electric bicycles along with an understanding of the specific standards and legal aspects that apply to them.
What does the course include?
The four day e-bike course is available from ATG Training in the UK, covering electrical theory, current legislation, safe working practices when dealing with batteries and electrical units, removal and installation of components, diagnosis, testing and fault finding of the components and much more.
The course is recommended for those who are looking to stock and repair e-bikes. It is suitable for those who already hold a Cytech technical two qualification or as a guide, 3-4 years industry knowledge. Contact ATG Training on 01296 737 800 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to find out more or to book your place.
ATG was one of the participants in the TWIN final workshop last November. The TWIN-consortium is very pleased to see that new training possibilities are launched so quickly after the workshop. They wish the ATG training team and their future participants a very succesful and fruitful course.