Commitment to eLearning increases as further councils sign up with Marshall E-Learning

As the world starts to return to some sense of normal and offices slowly start to fill up as Covid restrictions are lifted, local councils have been taking a closer look at their eLearning needs to see how they can best support their workforce returning back from furlough and back into offices.

There has been a recent surge of interest, which last month saw both Bolton and Charnwood Council seek out a digital solution.  They join our existing public sector clients such as Manchester City Council, Oldham, Blackburn, and Burnley Councils to take a variety of eLearning courses such as Let’s Talk About Race in the Workplace and the Managers Lockdown ToolKit – Future Ways of Working.

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