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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Marshall User group 2020

We were delighted to meet with so many of our customers, many who have been with us longer than ten years. Our user groups enable […]

Universities seek WCAG-compliant accessible e-learning

UK universities call on e-learning providers to make their courses accessible to the WCAG standard by the end of the year. Senior representatives from 12 […]

Mental Health Lessons from our E-Learning Courses

You will probably experience some kind of mental health issue at some point in your life. According to Mind, the mental health charity, 1 in […]

Safeguarding client assets – an introduction

Following the 2008 financial crash, during which many people struggled to recover the funds they had invested, the Financial Conduct Authority added new guidance to […]

The Decline of Student Mental Health

The largest-ever mental health survey of students has found alarming levels of illness and distress. The poll of nearly 38,000 students in the UK found […]

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 […]

The next Marshall User Group is on Friday 14 February

Friday 14th February 2020 is a key date for your diary, not just for forgetful romantics, it’s also the day of the next Marshall User […]

6 lessons from Nudge Unit: using behavioural psychology to increase learning uptake

Creating rich and varied learning opportunities is not enough. Most professionals in corporate learning and development know this, because we’ve invariably had the experience of […]

Vulnerable customers: is your business taking appropriate action to avoid fines?

The Financial Conduct Authority is pushing firms to take greater care when dealing with vulnerable customers. This is to ensure that vulnerable customers are not […]

What should a whistleblower policy contain?

What should your whistleblowing policy include? Broadly speaking, it should explain to colleagues how whistleblowers will be supported, what they can expect to happen following […]

Protected: A joyful celebration of the contribution that migrants make to UK life

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Time-pressures at work and the need for bite-sized learning

The World Health Organisation defines one cause of work-related stress as “having too much (or too little) to do. Your employee learning and development programme […]

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