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ATG moves to Oxford

ATG Training is moving from its long-time base in Aylesbury to a new, purpose-built workshop in Oxford. The Cytech-training provider was founded as the Aylesbury Training Group.

From mid-May the business will be based on the Activate Learning Technology Campus at Blackbird Leys. This is a new £8 million campus shared with City of Oxford College and Activate Apprenticeships.

ATG Training CEO Jon Adams said:"ATG Training became part of the Activate Learning group two years ago and since then we have been working to identify how we can best support our employers and learners now and in the future.

"Moving our operations to the Technology Campus provides us with a sustainable future and access to a brand-new facility, including a new, dedicated workshop for the ATG Training cycles team that delivers the industry-standard Cytech training for the bike trade."

He added:"The move to a bigger campus also give our learners and staff access to all the benefits of a college campus in a city famed for its cyclists. We will continue to deliver training and assessment across the country from Oxford and our other sites in Stafford and north London."

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