Marshall E-Learning

Marshall E-Learning offers flexible, managed e-learning services focusing on quality, speed and innovation for over 250 UK, Irish and international clients in public, private & voluntary sectors. We’re friendly, helpful people passionate about blending learning and technology to provide effective and cost-effective services. David Marshall launched Marshall E-Learning in 2002. As a former Head of Research at Penna Consulting, David saw many organisations commission e-learning but not always get the most from their investment. Marshall has grown from humble start up to established e-learning leader operating from their Fleet Street offices in the City of London.

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Free Learning Management System Workshop at CIPD L&D Show

Marshall E-Learning, the Equality & Diversity e-learning specialists, is to run a free workshop at the upcoming CIPD Learning and Development Show. The e-learning experts […]

Marshall E-Learning bolsters bespoke e-learning and games divisions with hire of seasoned expert Joe Reddington

Marshall E-Learning, today announces the appointment of Joe Reddington, a talented and established expert in the industry with a high level of experience of building […]

British universities must play their part in preventing racist attacks

Since the UK’s EU referendum vote in 2016, the number of hate crimes has risen dramatically, including attacks based on disability, racial, religious and homophobic […]

Unconscious Bias training increases equality and diversity conversation at Brunel University

Brunel University is one of the world’s top 50 international universities (Times Higher Education World University Rankings 2016), and their vibrant campus is a reflection […]

Unconscious Bias and Higher Education: How training staff creates more open, inclusive and effective organisations

Unconscious gender and racial biases still pervade academia and unconscious bias remains a big challenge in the higher education sector. As far back as 2004, […]

Why universities should not be complacent about equality and diversity training

With a budget that is stretched to its limits, it can be really easy for the busy administration of a university to be complacent about […]

Training students on equality and diversity to get fit for the global workplace

Training students about equality, diversity and inclusivity may seem to be overkill given how much they already have to absorb and the competitive nature of […]

Taking steps to prevent sexual harassment by staff at universities

According to a new investigation by the Guardian, sexual harassment, misconduct and gender violence by university staff are at ‘epidemic levels’. It’s important to keep […]

What is the UK Bribery Act and how can you protect your business?

What is the UK Bribery Act? The UK Bribery Act 2010, which became law in 2011, means that the UK has some of the strictest […]

How to offer effective and useful personal tutoring to maximise student attainment

The Personal Tutoring system is part of a vital role in enhancing students’ academic and personal potential. To this day, it still remains as part […]

New Consumer Protection in Higher Education Course Launches for UK Universities and Colleges

A new online course has been released as a response to the need for universities to better serve their students, or face penalties such as […]

Responsible Leadership: How do leaders respond responsibly whilst those around us may be doing otherwise?

Last week in Davos, some of the world’s most powerful men and women from the fields of politics and business attended the World Economic Forum’s […]

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