Marshall Elearning User Group
8th March 2016
One thing I’ve always made sure we keep central to everything we do at Marshall E-Learning is to be responsive to the needs of our clients.
They are the ones working at the front line of their sector, so they need access to the latest thinking – whether that’s in higher education, law, finance or healthcare.
That’s why we always update our training in line with the latest legislation changes or any other sector changes that mean our courses need to keep up with that change as well.
One of the other ways we learn what our client’s need is by running regular user groups, to get our clients together and spend an afternoon discussing their needs and what they see as their training and development priorities for the year ahead.
These groups give an informal setting to meet other Marshall clients, see our latest work and see upcoming changes may affect how they think about their own training and development programmes.
The next Marshall E-Learning User Group is focussed on Higher and Further Education, so we’re looking forward to welcoming our clients from universities and colleges from across the UK. Here are the details:
Marshall E-Learning User Group
Location: Woburn House, London (Map)
Date:’?12th April 2016, 10am-3pm
Refreshments and lunch provided
Dan Robertson from enei will be giving a presentation on Unconscious Bias and its impact on the education sector in particular. There will follow an informal discussion with the whole group, with the findings to be written up and shared with Marshall E-Learning clients afterwards.
For this user group, we want to hear more from our clients, so we have already confirmed several clients who will present to the group from different sectors. If you are interested in presenting to the group on how our courses are used in your institution, we would be very pleased to hear from you.
So if you would like to know more please email me at’?firstname.lastname@example.org‘?and I’ll make sure your place is reserved.
I do hope you can make it.