About Us

Awards and Recognition

MITSkills are proud to have been awarded the Most Supportive Apprenticeship Provider 2023 award as part of the seventh annual Greater London Enterprise Awards 2023.

This year, Sadiq Khan, Mayor of London, renewed MITSkills prestigious quality mark relating to the Mayor’s Construction Academy to assist house building and enhance stand-alone skills within the construction industry.

Within the award notification, the Mayor commented, “This is a significant achievement that recognises the high standard and industry- relevance of the construction skills training that you offer to learners.”

MITSkills have again met the Matrix quality standard for information, advice and guidance this year. During our report it was highlighted that “MITSkills is one of the few organisations actively promoting its IAG service as a standalone.”

A UK government body responsible for the quality of education and training for adults and young people named MITSkills as one of the top training providers for apprenticeship training in the country.

At the launch of his annual report, the Chief Inspector said, “I am delighted to be able to name MITSkills as one of this year’s outstanding providers for apprentice training. They have demonstrated an extraordinary commitment to achieving the very highest standards within the industry.”



Who We Are

MITSkills is a successful training provider with national outreach that specialises in government funded Pre-Apprenticeship and Apprenticeship programmes. This year MITSkills is proud to be celebrating its 25th year of delivering high quality training. MITSkills started life in Surrey specialising in Motor Vehicle apprenticeships but quickly branched out into Construction and Business courses. As demand grew MITSkills acquired a new site in West London where they could reach a larger audience and develop new employer partnerships. MITSkills has now grown into a nationally recognised training provider with branches and training locations all over the UK.

MITSkills operates as a central hub between learners, employers, colleges, universities, charities, and local councils to identify challenges faced within their sectors and find solutions through recruitment and training. We work with closely with our partners, to provide learners and the unemployed with an opportunity to gain the skills and knowledge they need, to progress within their chosen field.

As part of our commitment to meet industry demands, we provide new and highly innovative training programmes to meet skills shortages through our government and privately funded courses in collaboration with our large network of partners.

We aim to continually invest in improving our facilities for learners, providing an enjoyable journey through MITSkills. Our learners leave equipped with the skills, qualifications and practical abilities that helps them progress through their careers or onto higher/further education.

MITSkills offers a wide range of courses from apprenticeships in the Business Administration, Construction, Education, Engineering & Manufacturing, and Hair and Beauty sectors to Pre-Apprenticeship courses in Sports, Motor Vehicle, Construction, Hair and Beauty.

With many years of experience in education and the employment industry, we continually strive to support our learners with our expertise.

We are supporting entry into employment courses over the last few years, working with employers and councils to help unemployed adults move into high-quality professional opportunities.

We have delivery sites in Brentford, West Byfleet and throughout the UK. We promote and deliver employer-focused courses from entry into employment to apprenticeships onto experienced trade courses.

MITSkills work in collaboration with a range of councils and JCP’s to help support local uplift initiatives through section 106 programmes. We assist businesses through the process of sourcing, interviewing and employing applicants from local areas to fill skills gaps in workforces. Through continual investment in our facilities and constant improvement of our courses, we successfully provide each learner with valuable new qualifications, practical skills and employability prospects.

Our friendly and professional team spend time to get to know each learner individually.

MITSkills is an approved Mayor of London Construction Academy (MCA) kitemark holder, CITB Approved Training Provider delivering commercial and professional skills, and have ESFA and ESF contracts.

We are an approved provider for CITB, holding test centre status for CSCS and AM2 endpoint assessment.

Our Mission

To provide high quality, inspirational, safe education and training that meets the ambitions of individuals, businesses, and communities.

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Teachers and managers are industry practitioners. They are knowledgeable, professionally qualified and up to date with sector practice.

They use their expertise to design and deliver a relevant curriculum that prepares apprentices and learners for the world of work.

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Study programme learners benefit from well-established and valuable partnerships with football clubs.

Leaders have designed a curriculum that provides learners with the skills they require to meet their ambitions to become footballers or move on to sports-related careers.

As a result, the majority of learners progress on to sports related degrees, apprenticeships or employment.

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Staff provide a range of activities for apprentices and learners which extends the curriculum and provides for their broader development.

Apprentices attend trade fairs to help them to keep up to date with developments in their sectors.

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Apprentices and learners feel safe and know how to keep themselves safe.

They receive training which ensures they are confident in reporting any concerns about their welfare or that of a colleague or team member.

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Teachers are aspirational for their adult learners. They help learners to plan ambitious targets that include three- to five-year career goals.

Consequently, learners successfully complete their qualifications and most progress into employment.

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Learners’ Feedback

I like doing the work experience side of the traineeship because I’m learning with my hands instead of reading books. I think this helps me learn better as there is more communication between everyone.

Dillan - 19

I’ve always enjoyed working in a hands-on environment and doing practical work. I feel like I’m progressing everyday with MITSkills.

Charlie - 20

I found the practical work during my traineeship very helpful as it was a hands-on experience that I haven’t done before. I had a lot of fun learning new skills that I will be able to use in the future.

Mohammed - 18

I felt really settled-in after only a couple of days at MITSkills. I’m really looking forward to starting my course.


I recommend coming to MITSkills for an apprenticeship because the staff are really nice and are always there to support if you’re struggling.

Liam - 19

The MITSkills course has helped me to think outside the box and meet new people.

Miksha - 18

The course  ( business administration) has helped me develop in my career from being a school leaver and not knowing what I wanted to do as a career to now finding my feet and flourishing in my job.


I could not recommend you and the course enough! The course has been a wonderful platform for me and I can now use and adapt the skills I’ve learnt as everyday practice in my role.

Daisy Hall

Leaving school I was unsure of what career I wanted to take up so I contacted MITSKILLS to start an electrical apprenticeship.

With no work experience what so ever they helped me find a job and eased me into it.

Further down the line I have now fully qualified and I am very thankful, I fully recommend the course due to the helpful staff and tutors who got me through it.

I am going to now continue my career and develop new skills on the way

Archie Lambe