Dr Andrew Pember, Director of Product Aquisition, City and Guilds
“Michelle supported me by providing a strategic overview of market opportunities in the technology/education space. She quickly grasped the requirement and adopted a clear project approach to ensure clarity, good communication and delivery on time. Michelle clearly knows the education market inside-out, was a pleasure to work with and delivered a great piece of work, systematically covering exactly what was required. Would definitely work with Michelle again and can highly recommend her.”
Stuart Edwards, Deputy Director Department of Business Innovation and Skills
“I can highly recommend Michelle's work. Michelle contributed expertise and strategic vision combined with a very practical approach to getting things done. Throughout, I have been impressed by her speed, energy and focus on results”
Suzie Webb, Director of LSN
“Michelle is an outstanding senior manager with a wealth of knowledge of the education sector. She combines strategic leadership and vision with a genuine ability to motivate and manage people successfully. She is able to see the big picture, whilst also understanding the ramifications of the detail, and works to bring the two together. I would recommend her unreservedly.”
Christine Lewis, Director Efficiency and Business Process in FE and Skills
“Michelle has provided exceptional expertise in a really professional way.”
Michelle Lofthouse was lead consultant on the Estelle Morris review of ICT user skills, published in June 2009. She worked with BIS on the implementation of this review (shown below), and the subsequent launch of Online Basics.
Research conducted for Learning and Skills Network into the adoption of technology in Further Education in the UK, ‘Keeping up the Pace’.