What We Believe
Here at Omnia7, we work together to apply our knowledge, skills, and experience into creating a new kind of support using technology to provide interactive solutions that can be accessed 24/7.
With Sudy Key, the first of what we hope will be a range of student-support, applications, we have launched an easy to use, interactive way to support students, whilst also assisting them in their academic progress.
Our 7 Principles
Celebrating Differences – Diversity enriches and strengthens all communities, workplaces and educational settings. We cultivate an inclusive culture, where users/learners who have different backgrounds, abilities, beliefs and identities can fulfil their potential and thrive. We see difference as something to celebrate rather than something that needs to be fixed.
Integrity – We earn the trust of our users/customers through openness, transparency, security, compliance, privacy, and performance and by always doing the right thing – even when no-one is looking!
Innovation – We innovate together. Our customers’ input and feedback helps us develop products that best serve their needs. A collective effort helps us to continually improve, adapt and evolve.
Equality – We believe everyone should be seen, heard, valued, and empowered to succeed and that everyone deserves equal opportunities.
Dedication – Passion is at the heart of everything we do, we nurture ideas, inspire excellence, and find creative ways to eliminate obstacles to deliver the best experience for our users. To us, it’s not just about getting the job done.
Continuous Learning – We adopt a culture that promotes curiosity, optimism and experimentation. We learn from both challenges and successes.
Recognising context – We recognise that the barriers faced by people with disabilities are a result of contexts such as circumstance and environment and not the individual.
trust and transparency
Together, the Omnia 7 team work tirelessly to apply their knowledge, skills, and experience into creating a new kind of support, using technology to provide interactive solutions that can be accessed 24/7.
With Study Key, the first of what they hope will be a range of student-support applications, Omnia 7 have launched an easy to use, interactive way to support students and apprentices, whilst also assisting them in their academic progress.
With over a decade of experience in tutoring and mentoring Higher Education (HE) students, and as the founder of an agency providing Non-Medical Help (NMH) to assist them, Michele has seen for herself how students can flourish when given the right support.
In addition, Michele has her own personal experience of the challenges that young people may encounter. After being diagnosed with Dyslexia as a student, Michele was described by her tutor as ‘failing’ and having a ‘low academic ceiling’. Determined to prove them wrong, she persevered with her education, and, after receiving tailored study skills support, broke through that ceiling and hasn’t stopped achieving since.
On the rare occasion Michele isn’t scaling new heights in business, she can be found scaling the heights of mountains in her hiking boots.
An experienced software developer, Brett is a lean specialist with a background in manufacturing and software development. With an extensive background in developing systems for organisations around the world, he is committed to changing the way people work by implementing streamlined systems.
Brett is passionate about seeking new ways in which technology can support people, and has developed applications including MU (Mentor You), a mentoring app, and OK to Say – a reporting app for students. Brett has worked globally with small and large companies crossing different cultures and boundaries.
When he’s not changing the world to a better place through technology, Brett can be found renovating an 18th Century Vicarage.