Gain the skills and knowledge required to become a mechanic or service technician within the bicycle industry.

The chance to work and play come together at Central Campus. 

Learn to service and install a wide range of bicycles, components and bicycle systems, including e-Bikes, during our New Zealand Certificate in Bicycle Servicing (Level 3). Our New Zealand Certificate in Bicycle Servicing (Level 4) will then enable you to increase your knowledge and skill set further. During this programme, you will add more advanced techniques such as wheel building, suspension servicing, frame preparation and e-Bike diagnostics to your existing abilities and hone your previous knowledge to methodically diagnose, repair, overhaul and rebuild bicycles and components. 

After class, take advantage of the varied and world-class riding opportunities right on our doorstep and in our neighbouring towns.

Each programme is delivered over 19 weeks and is made up of practical block courses at the Central Campus, as well as distance learning and workplace experience. Even if you are working full- or part-time, ask us about how we could incorporate study alongside your current employment to help you make a move to an industry that you're passionate about.


New Zealand Certificate in Bicycle Servicing (Level 3)

Location: Online with two block courses (in Central Otago) | Start: February  | Delivery: Full-time

New Zealand’s exciting recreation, sport and tourism industries are developing quickly. A qualification in bicycle servicing could be what you need to turn your passion into a career in one of these areas.

New Zealand Certificate in Bicycle Mechanics (Level 4)

Location: Online with two block courses (in Central Otago) | Start: July | Delivery: Full-time

Offering you a flexible learning environment through a blend of practical block courses, online learning and workplace experience, previous learners have enjoyed the chance to successfully fit their around other work or study commitments.



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One of the most rewarding ways to travel

Whilst completing a B.E. and Ph.D. (Mechanical Engineering) Jordan Gilmore, Lecturer for the Bicycle Mechanics programmes, developed an appreciation for “what can be achieved using a mechanically simplistic but incredibly functional machine”.

Jordan enjoys the bicycles low impact applicability to transport, recreation, sport, and tourism/adventure. He has ridden in many parts of the world, serves on the local road cycling club committee, and races competitively, including at the Tour of Southland.

Jordan speaks highly of the uniqueness bicycles bring to a tourism experience. “Bicycles are one of the most rewarding ways to travel. The world passes at an ideal pace; fast enough to travel efficiently, yet slow enough to immerse yourself along the way”.