Project Bike Tech
Do you like working with your hands? Do you prefer learning by doing? Do you like bikes?
Project Bike Tech is a two-year course that teaches you how to work on bikes and about the bike industry. You get to build bikes, work on bikes, and ride bikes. You will learn valuable job skills and you will learn about jobs in the bike world.
Year one of this two-year course is designed to introduce and excite students about career pathways within the bicycle industry and prepare them for entry-level positions as bicycle technicians or retail associates. Practices are developed and assessed by a combination of hands-on skill checks, written assessments, presentations, and project-based learning. Year two dives deeper into more complex bicycle mechanics; front and rear suspension, hydraulics brakes, complete overhauls. Plus more into career development and trail stewardship.
Certificates of Achievement
Students earn two certificates. One in career tech endorsed by CTE, and the other as an entry-level bike mechanic/assembler endorsed by members of the bicycle industry. As the student enters the bike industry, employers know the training is standardized and supported by the cycling industry.
You can become a certified bike mechanic for free!
Si te gustan las bicicletas y quieres aprender a repararlas, toma esta clase.
What is CTE?
Today’s cutting-edge, rigorous and relevant career and technical education (CTE) prepares youth and adults for a wide range of high-wage, high skill, high demand careers. In it’s most recent study, The National Center for Educational Statistics showed that CTE encompasses nearly 94 percent of high school students and over 12 million postsecondary students. These numbers included high schools, career centers, community and technical colleges, four-year universities and more.