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Helping academics & staff members to identify at-risk students This course has been developed to furnish academic staff with the tools they need to respond…
Keep your workplace safe and healthy We all have an important role to play to keep our workplaces safe and healthy. This e-learning course provides…
Supporting & promoting good mental health in the workplace This course is designed to help managers identify and correct the early indicators and causes of…
Stay safe at your screen One workplace hazard that is often overlooked is risk from the improper use of display screen equipment (DSE). It isn't…
Minimise workplace stress & absenteeism, boost productivity Take positive action now, and your organisation will be better equipped to manage the pressures and stresses of…
"Working with Marshall e-learning has been excellent over the years"
"Working with Marshall e-learning has been excellent over the years. They have helped us create truly creative, engaging and bespoke e-learning courses for our staff. I look forward to continuing to work with them in the future.
Sara Fonseca, Learning and Development Advisor, London Business School
"Marshall E-Learning are absolute experts in their field, and couldn’t have been more supportive and professional."
""The team at Marshall E-Learning are absolute experts in their field, and couldn’t have been more supportive and professional. They introduced us to their wider network of experts, bespoke content creation, course branding and supported integration with our Learning Management System. It continues to be a pleasure to work with Marshall E-Learning.”"
Yvonne McWey, Head of Talent & Learning, Bank of Ireland
"I'm delighted by the course developed for us, and impressed by Marshall E-Learning's understanding of our needs and students. "
"I am delighted by the course that Marshall E-Learning developed for us and was especially impressed by their keenness to understand our needs and students properly. We have a strong need to help staff and students to understand unconscious bias and a course that explained the “theory” of unconscious bias with routes to further reading and help students to understand their own biases and how to address them. The final course dealt with unconscious bias in society using evaluation questionnaires that made it personal and relevant to the University of Edinburgh context."
Professor Alan F. Murray, Assistant Principal, Edinburgh University
"The team have been fantastic. I hope this module is really successful and we can continue working with Marshall E-Learning."
"I am super happy with the student induction course, and especially as the Marshall E-Learning team delivered the module before the original deadline.
There’s pressure on students and Universities to cover topics such as Alcohol and Drug Awareness, Sexual Consent on Campus, Diversity, Social Media Savviness, Getting Support, Mental Health and Employability and we wanted to provide relevant, current information about important topics relevant to student life. I am super happy with the student induction course, especially as the Marshall E-Learning team delivered the module before the deadline.
The team have been fantastic to work with. I hope this module will be really successful and we can continue working with Marshall E-Learning."
Carol Clutton, Student Support Services
"We found Marshall E-Learning staff to be respectful, sensitive and responsive. We are very pleased with the result."
"Our project deals with a very sensitive subject helping university staff respond appropriately to student disclosures of unwanted sexual incidents – so it was important that this sensitivity was respected. Throughout the process, we found Marshall E-Learning staff to be respectful of the need for this sensitivity and responsive throughout the process. We are very pleased with the result."
Dr Jane Osmond & Dr Quinn, Research Fellows, Coventry University
Between 2012 and 2015 the number of students who disclosed a mental health condition almost doubled. Find out how to effectively identify and manage these issues here: https://t.co/s5S0bKmv81
Tue 17 Sep 2019
Introducing our new Higher Education Training Portal where subscribers get all our course content for an affordable fixed annual subscription. Courses inc. diversity, inclusion, unconscious bias, safeguarding, health & safety, compliance & much more: https://t.co/ZIGWn6eTrA
Mon 16 Sep 2019
GDPR is the biggest change in Data Protection legislation for 20 years, coming into effect on 25 May…