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MI Skills Development Centre is an established social enterprise based in South East and South West London.

We are a non-profit community education provider offering training and intervention programmes to the community, hard to reach within our borough and supporting local employers with staff development to improve efficiency and profitability.

We are funded by Education Skills Funding Agency (ESFA) and work with local authorities such as Lambeth, Wandsworth and Merton.

OUR MISSION STATEMENT Is to transform lives through providing inclusive and lifelong learning that improves the long-term career, employability and health of learners and the sustainability of SME businesses.

MI Skills Development Centre

We provide accredited and non-accredited training, advice and support to the Small/ Medium Enterprise employers and the community.

UPSKILL YOUR WORKFORCE We have an ESF programme to support employers in London in upskilling their staff by providing them free basic skills qualification in English or Maths up to Level 2.

Eligible employers could get a government incentive up to £29,400 to support with their own business.

WEBSITE: MI Skills Development Centre | Training & Support (micomputsolutions.co.uk)

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