MCET is a community education organisation following government’s incentive to provide training facilities for adults with low skills and profile. It was established in 2004 identifying the need to deliver education and training facilities in the south Birmingham area so that it can approach deeper in the community.

We offered a short cut route to basic education and training courses on flexible learning basis providing basic skills courses and training in partnerships with local colleges, job centres, training centres and other education authorities.

Our main target is a specific group of mature individuals who missed the opportunity to gain basic education and are working odd jobs or dependent on unemployment benefits and don’t have the essential skills required by employers. Our aim is targeting those people by giving them the opportunity to unleash their potential by taking our services. Our learners range from 19 years to as high as 72 years old including early school leavers, weak in literacy and low skills, unemployed, benefit claimants, refugees and asylum seekers.

In addition to this, we are now working with local SMEs where we joined ‘Traing2Gain’ project to train people at their workplace focusing on NVQs in variety of subjects.

Recently, we took an programme to deliver training classes funded by Homeoffice specifically for refugees and asylum seekers from torn and war damaged territories to help them brush up their skills and to be independent and be able to live up to a standard level of life in UK.

We welcome all clients warmly and we are committed to equal opportunity policy providing the best, to the point and valuable services to all regardless of colour, race, gender, faith or ethnic background.

We hope to continue our services further towards contributing our part in developing community.




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