Dr Lockitt has over forty-five years’ experience in education and has written several publications highlighting the effective use of multimedia flexible and open learning. Since 2010 Dr Lockitt has been the strategic policy Director for G2G Communities CIC and in 2011 managed the implementation of the first not for profit, community focused LEGO Education Innovation Studio in the UK.
G2G Communities CIC – https://g2gcommunities.org
In 2011 Dr William Lockitt co-founded a Community Interest Company (CIC) with his wife Moira Lockitt, focused on getting individuals furthest away from the job market back into employment, starting their own business and supporting innovation within existing businesses in North Wales.
G2G Communities CIC is the UK’s first community focused LEGO Education Innovation Studio based in Rhyl, North Wales.
Over the years G2G Communities CIC has developed and grown, and now offers a variety of services, Dr William Lockitt has created many projects and innovations, working with a network of dedicated partners, some of our services include:
Accomplishments & Achievements
Dr William Lockitt receives Winston Churchill Silver Medallion
Dr Lockitt visited Norway, Sweden and Germany to see first-hand how the innovative use of technology was improving the employment prospects of offenders upon release from prison and significantly reducing the reoffending rates.
The Silver Medallion was presented by Paralympic champion and Fellow of the Winston Churchill Memorial Trust, Tanni Grey Thompson in Westminster, London.
William said ‘The research report highlights some of the barriers and issues that have been overcome to ensure prisoners have access to technologies that will enable them to get employment within an increasing technological society and make an active contribution to the community upon release’.
University of Wales – Doctor of Philosophy, e-learning (1994 – 2001)
PhD Thesis: The Effective Management and Integration of ICT within Further and Adult Education Delivery Methodologies
Bangor University – Master of Education, Multimedia; Information Technology; Counselling (1992 – 1994)
Llandrillo College – Electronics: Computers: Mathematics: Digital electronics: Software design (1987 – 1990)
Open University – Bachelor of Arts, Management Complexity and Change: Social Science: Information Technology: Management in Education (1984 – 1990)