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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New Adaptive Selling course helps salespeople sell with more certainty and confidence

Marshall E-Learning have partnered with multi-award winning mentoring expert David Mellor, to produce a new e-learning course focused on Adaptive Selling, an approach that aims […]

Google’s latest sexual harassment incident shows lack of recognition and respect for diversity and inclusion

Google is the latest company to become embroiled in the centre of a sexual harassment incident, as the search engine revealed that they have released […]

Ryanair racism incident highlights need for unconscious bias training

Video footage was released this week that shows a Ryanair passenger unleash a torrent of racist abuse towards an elderly woman sitting next to him. […]

Breaking the Glass Ceiling: Fundamental tools to help women build their careers

  Teresa Norman, Diversity and Talent Management Specialist, explains the thinking behind our new programme, Breaking the Glass Ceiling, and how these fundamental tools will […]

University Students and Unconscious Bias Training: an interview with The University of Edinburgh

The University of Edinburgh recently became one of the first universities Marshall eLearning has worked with to produce an unconscious bias course tailored for the […]

Marshall ACM and Shaw Mind Foundation Announce a new initiative promoting Mental Health collaboration between Universities and Schools

Marshall ACM and Shaw Mind Foundation today announced the availability of a resource to raise awareness among education workers of mental health issues; training staff to recognise […]

UK Universities Respond to the GDPR Challenge

GDPR is the biggest change in Data Protection legislation for 20 years, coming into effect on 25 May 2018. Despite this, analyst firm Gartner showed […]

What are your Unconscious Biases? Starbucks and NHS staff find out their biases

The coffee chain, Starbucks, is giving all its US staff unconscious bias training, following several major race-related incidents in their stores. Starbucks has introduced the […]

University of Manchester launches online course for staff to respond to student mental health problems

The University of Manchester has launched a new online e-learning course designed to help its staff respond to signs of mental illness in students. The […]

Universities Need to Take the Initiative Towards Diversity

  Hot on the heels of a Twitter altercation between MP David Lammy and the University of Oxford, where he criticised the University for being […]

Connected Conversations and the Evolution of Performance Management

Connected conversations are part of a movement in business, especially in the areas of HR and professional development, towards a view that the traditional performance review […]

New Performance Development Training Course released in partnership with University College London

Marshall E-Learning Consultancy, the leading diversity and equality e-learning provider, today announces the launch of its Performance Development training course. Created in partnership with University […]

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