The Professional Internship Program is designed for those seeking practical experience in TSHIRT DESIGN/PRINTING with a fast pace from point A to point B. This program will take a student from classroom instruction to a competency level where the intern is participating in our company’s daily production.



The applicant must be computer literate

The applicant must commit to a minimum of 3 continuous weeks of active participation.

The applicant must complete the PLC application process.



Premium Learning Centre will accept interns on a first come first serve basis. Applicants will be considered for scheduling once their application has been approved and 100% payment has been received.



Professional Interns receive classroom and practical instruction on the process of preparing art and creating embroidery designs. Instruction is based on the very techniques which has made Premium renowned for her crisp designs with creative flare. During the time of the PIP, the intern will be gaining real life experience in all aspects of the embroidery design process while developing a portfolio of designs which may be used for entrepreneurship.



Mondays—Thursdays—-10.00 am — 1.00pm OR   2.00pm—5.00pm



Professional Interns shall;

  1. Secure their own lodging and transportation
  2. Provide substrates for learning
  4. Not make use of mobile phone/earphone during training
  5. Arrive at PLC each day between the hours of 10am to 5pm
  6. Be of good conduct


Premium shall;

  1. Provide an environment conducive to learning
  2. Provide a qualified instructor who takes an interest in the intern’s progress
  3. Terminate the program without refund if rules and regulations are not strictly adhered to



Machine Operations                                                N35,000——4 Weeks

T- shirt Branding                                                       N35,000——3 Weeks

100% of fees are due at the time of application


Substrates for applications and Manuals:                     N5, 000

Towel                                     Monogram

Round neck                           Screen Printing

Face cap                                Heat transfer

Jersey /polo                           Flock/Flex




PLC Application Process

  1. Completion of the application form
  2. Submission of 2 passport photographs and recommendation letter from a
  3. Payment of tuition



TASK NAME: Introduction to Machine Operations

EXPECTED OUTCOME: Trainees should be able to identify various parts of the machine, operate the machine as well as detect machine error at the end of the training




Introduction to Embroidery

What is embroidery?

(em-broi’da-re): The art of adorning or embellishing: to decorate with ornamental needlework. Today, this means adding dollar value to garments by embellishing them with names, corporate logos and sports symbols, to name a few. Embroidery is more than fashion or trend. It has been a form of class distinction since the days of the Egyptian Pharaohs.

 What is computerized embroidery?

Specialized embroidery machines have been designed to work with data from a computer. This data instructs the machine to stitch a particular design, determines the correct stitching order, indicates when to trim threads, and many other functions. In only a few minutes, the computerized embroidery machine will stitch a design that would take your grandmother a week to do by hand…and embroider with precision accuracy that no human can match for near perfect quality!

How is computerized embroidery made?

The artwork for embroidery design is entered into the computer. The computer transfers the robotics instructions necessary for stitching the design to the MONOGRAMMING machine. The machine operator places the item, such as a sweatshirt or ball cap on the machine with a holder or hoop. The operator also chooses the colors of thread appropriate to the design. Once the “set up” has been performed, stitching may begin by pressing the “Start” button on the machine. It will precisely and efficiently stitch the design. A typical logo on a ball cap may take five minutes or so to stitch, roughly a dozen caps an hour.

Introduction to Machine Operations

Introduction to Substates

Machine Operations

Read orders for completeness – thread knowledge, colors, design, placement
Understanding how to apply standard embroidery placement, such as left chest or full back

Selecting suitable techniques for marking garments, Needle types/Usage, Checking for defects before applying embroidery, Selecting appropriate hoop for the job, Understanding the principle of using the smallest hoop that will accommodate design, Learning hooping rule exceptions, such as keeping bulky seams out of hoop area, Match Gum stay to suit fabrics, Checking for defects before applying embroidery, Machine Errors.


TASK NAME: Introduction to T-shirt Branding

EXPECTED OUTCOME: Trainees should be brand t-shirts, towels, caps, jerseys and mugs using various branding techniques at the end of the training