From 03 – 07 March 2014, MBA students from Henley Business School in the UK conducted a research on the reputation and relationships of MOT South Africa, specifically with regards to trained MOT Presenters. The consultants worked with MOT SA to determine why a number of MOT Presenters lack the desired level of commitment to support the programme over the longer term. Presenters from Boland College, False Bay College and Northlink College were interviewed. Interviews were also conducted with the MOT SA team/management, active and not active presenters as well as TVET management staff. On Thursday, 06 March 2014 they visited Bishops School of Skills in Bishop Lavis.