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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Posts by Marshall E-Learning

Best practice for responding to student’s disclosure of sexual violence

In a study conducted in January 2019, more than half of the 5649 UK students surveyed said they had experienced unwanted sexual advances and assault. […]

Becoming inclusive, promoting equality, embracing diversity: why are organisations interested

There continues to be discussion, programmes and training about equality, diversity and inclusion. Without appropriate awareness of these matters and how to deliver solutions to […]

Practical Steps for Promoting Equality in the Workplace

Embracing diversity at work helps create an inclusive culture. It encourages staff loyalty and shows commitment to good business ethics. From compliance to leadership, we […]

Exercises to use in your unconscious bias training

When delivered alongside a strategy of on-going stakeholder engagement with inclusion goals, unconscious bias training such as our e-learning is beneficial to businesses of all […]

How to spot warning signs of mental health issues in students

The  alarming increase in student mental health issues has been well documented. Early recognition is key to supporting students who may be at risk. From […]

Understanding and educating about unconscious bias and racism in the workplace

In a recent interview with the renowned ethologist, primatologist and conservationist, Jane Goodall, HRH The Duke of Sussex mentioned the connection between unconscious bias and […]

Does Unconscious Bias Training Work?

Yes. But not completely. Well, it depends. Okay, let’s backtrack a little. Yes, unconscious bias training does work. It’s an effective way to deliver information. […]

Disability awareness and HR: What are your responsibilities?

7.6 million people in the UK of working age reported that they had a disability between January-March 2019, which is 18% of the working-age population. […]

Unconscious bias: why training is just the first step

Unconscious bias can have a detrimental effect on your colleagues, your prospects and your organisation. These unseen forces play a major role in the decisions […]

Accessible elearning: how to create WCAG compliant learning online

Are your e-learning courses available to everyone? Or are some elements difficult – or impossible – to access for people with different abilities? The good […]

Unconscious bias: can e-learning help students experience university more objectively?

Our biases cast a long shadow over our decisions, feelings and behaviours – often affecting our actions in ways we don’t understand because of attitudes […]

How can e-learning help universities address sexual harassment on campus?

Sexual assaults and harassment are major problems for universities. Not only are sexual assaults common, the universities themselves frequently fail to support students adequately – […]

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