Microgaming Launches eGaming Apprenticeships

MGS launches an Apprenticeship ProgrammeWith decades of online casino experience under its belt, Microgaming is considered to be one of the leading casino software developers around the world. With an expert team and constant releases of new innovations, Microgaming is always on the lookout for new talent in the industry of eGaming.

Now, this developer’s new apprenticeship scheme may help both them and potential candidates to gain even more of a footing in the online casino market. The Microgaming eGaming Apprenticeship offers an invaluable opportunity for bright minds to carve a future career in eGaming with the help of the world’s most well known software provider.

The programme is pioneering in terms of developer apprenticeship schemes. Microgaming is calling on any applicants who feel that they have the skills and drive necessary to achieve great things in the industry. Anybody – graduate or not – is able to apply, and can attend an informal apprenticeship open evening to find out more about what the programme offers.

This open evening is set for the 7th of December 2016, and is to be hosted at Microgaming’s own headquarters in Douglas, Isle of Man.

Microgaming Programme to Cover All Vital Aspects of eGaming

In the meantime, details of the apprenticeship have recently been released. The course will span two years, and is a structured learning introduction that will cover all of the most vital aspects of the eGaming business. Candidates will gain knowledge about the industry, as well as specialist training in the operation of online gaming.

The training will be completed alongside the developer’s own products and tech team. Aspects of business such as accounts, customer service and games will be covered over the two-year apprenticeship. Additionally, applicants will be able to travel around the world as a part of their training.

Candidates Encouraged to Voice Their Interest Via email

Individuals who wish to voice their interest in the course are being encouraged to do so by Leila Ashton, Microgaming’s Director of HR. Ashton has touted the programme as a great opportunity for anyone who wants to be a part of the eGaming industry and build a career therein, even if they are unsure of their current skills.

According to Ashton, applicants will learn a wide range of valuable business skills in a dynamic environment. Anyone who is interested in the programme may get in touch with Microgaming via the advertised email channels.