Larger workshop caters to growing Cytech demand
Posted on 6 Mar 2012 in Cycles News
PJCS, ActSmart's partner Cytech training provider, has moved into a new workshop to better accommodate the growing number of Cytech trainee's.
PJCS is owned and run by Pete Cowling who, with more than 30 years experience in the cycling industry, offers the complete range of Cytech qualifications from his workshop in Milton Keynes.
The desire to re-locate has come after seven years trading in the original workshop. The move to a larger unit, complete with its own storage space area and office away from the training area, has allowed PJCS to offer a better training experience to all Cytech candidates.
The workshop now has six full time bays, an improvement on the three (plus one ‘overflow') bays that were used in the old workshop, giving trainees more space and providing a better training environment.
The increased demand for Cytech courses was another reason for the relocation. During the seven years that PJCS operated from the old workshop, the lead times for some of the courses saw a significant increase. The new, larger workshop should cut down waiting times, and cater to the growing interest in Cytech training.
The new workshop opened on January 9th and the full range of Cytech courses, have been running every week since.
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