Become an Apprentice

MI Skills Development Centre provides Apprenticeship that offers a structured training programmes for those in employment who wants to learn while they are working.  The Centre also works with employers to recruit Apprentices seeking an Apprenticeship placement.

Our programmes will give you the opportunity to build on existing skills and to develop the technical and vocational skills required in the workplace.  The courses are designed to equip you with the skills essential for the success of any business.

  • Communication Skills
  • Workplace Skills and Team Working
  • Quality Assurance
  • Personal and People Development
  • Equality and Diversity
  • Health, Safety and Security
“Having the opportunity to complete a week work experience, gave me the opportunity to gain confidence and the skills needed in the workplace, before starting my Apprenticeship programme.  During my time as an Apprentice, I gained a lot of valuable experience.  As a post Apprentice, I can now confidently carry out my role as a Finance and Claims Assistant.  I’m very grateful to MI and all staff that supported me throughout my journey”Madonna Kodwim, Former student @ MI ComputSolutions

We can offer the following Apprenticeship programmes in:

Children and Young People’s Apprenticeship/Early Years Workforce (EYE) Level 3 (Advanced) Level 2 English and Maths requirements

Apprentices undertaking the Early Years Educator pathway of the Children and Young People’s Workforce or Early Years Workforce (EYE) Level 3 MUST have GCSE A*-C or suitable Level 2 qualification in English and Maths before Achieving the programme

This is Entry Requirement to Level 3 Early Years Educator Pathway.

Are you looking at being an Apprentice?  Anyone wishing to be an apprentice needs to be employed in the Job role relating to their Apprenticeship.  Once in job, we can deliver training towards your Apprenticeship Programme

MI ComputSolutions works with number of employers, providing customised Apprenticeship programmes that have been developed by employers to meet their specific training and development needs.


  • Aged 16+
  • Must be in Full-time employment
  • Minimum of 30 working hours per week or
  • You must have completed Initial Assessment and IAG with us
  • Assessment Interview


  • Actively looking for employment opportunity in your chosen field

For employment support, you can contact our employment support TEAM to find out more and or about our Traineeship Courses, which will support you to find an Apprenticeship Career path and develop your technical skills