Marshall Elearning Bolsters Bespoke Elearning
26th April 2017
Marshall E-Learning, today announces the appointment of Joe Reddington, a talented and established expert in the industry with a high level of experience of building innovative bespoke e-learning solutions for organisations such as Google, PwC and Tata Steel.
Joe is here to head up and develop Marshalls’ bespoke e-learning division and learning games unit with a focus on developing rich and innovative learning experiences and high quality business games utilising the latest industry technologies.
David Marshall, Chief Executive and Founder of Marshall E-Learning, says:
Clients are asking us to grow outside of our core function of delivering customised and updated e-learning in the sphere of diversity, inclusion and unconscious bias e-learning. Joe is an extremely important appointment for us in the development of Marshalls and is one aspect of our significant investment in innovation, interaction and business games. Joe brings a wealth of experience from previous employers who have successfully grown their portfolios, so we look forward to bringing that same energy and expertise to all Marshall clients in this notable time for our company
Joe Reddington, Head of Bespoke Solutions at Marshall E-Learning, added:
The move to Marshalls was determined by their capacity to innovate and invest at this exciting time in learning technologies, with their portfolio of clients that include Bank of England, Hitachi, Takeda, Lloyds of London and most universities in the UK. This is a wonderful opportunity to innovate and bring new methods, ideas and products to the high quality, established services we already offer. With our new business games unit, we can take advantage of modern best practice and introduce novel training methods that will help accelerate the learning of our customers and their workforces.
Marshall E-Learning Consultancy offers flexible, managed e-learning services focusing on quality, speed and innovation for over 250 UK, Irish and international clients in the public, private and voluntary sectors.