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New "Introduction to Retail Bicycle Mechanics"

BTA is launching a new,one week full-time course which will run during the September school holidays. The course is aimed at new, or prospective bicycle shop employees.The course has an objective of giving a person with limited work experience, the basics of bicycle mechanics in a short, intensive training program. For more information, click on "Advanced Training Courses" on the left hand menu.
 

Consumer Course Schedule for 2nd Half of 2014

Our course shedule for the 2nd half of 2014 covering all consumer short courses is now on the site. You can enrol and pay online.

 

2014 Introduction to Advanced Bicycle Mechanics

The "Intoduction to Advanced Bicycle Mechanics" courses have now been scheduled for March, 2014. The 11 week Tuesday night course commences on Tuesday March 11th, and the Thursday night course commences on Thursday March 27th, 2014. All courses will be delivered at Kensington. For full information, course costs and enrolment, just click on Accredited  Training Courses on the left-hand menu.

 

New "Introduction to Advanced Bicycle Mechanics" Course

The "Introduction to Advanced Bicycle Mechanics" courses on Tuesday and Wednesday evenings commencing in March and the Wednesday evening course commencing in April  are now full.

Therefore new course dates ahve also been added, commencing on Tueday evening June 17th and Thursday evening July 3rd.

For further information, call Greg on 0409 381900 or email him at -

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Kensington Community High School

Mechanics in the Making

“After the first week, the kids really got into it” was Michael Scragg’s summation of the four week basic bike servicing program for two groups of students from Kensington Community School.

With the assistance of a City of Melbourne grant, BTA ran the introductory training as part of its social enterprise agenda.  Over the four weeks students learnt the basics of tyres and wheels, brakes and gears.  Some of the students showed a real talent and are considering ‘bike mechanic’ as a possible career goal.

BTA is now looking at the possibilities of offering the Certificate 11 in Bicycle Mechanics Technology as part of a VET in Schools program.

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