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30th January 2013

Last week we launched the refreshed version of our Bribery Act e-learning module. We’ve improved on our previous Bribery Act course in several, significant ways. As well as a new,…

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23rd January 2013

An invaluable tool for minimising risk updated for 2013 Our Bribery Act e-learning training course emerged from close collaboration with international legal practice SNR Denton. SNR Denton Partner, Richard Nicole…

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18th December 2012

An article in the Guardian’s Work Blog last week explains how it is possible to serve a potential employer with a discrimination questionnaire if you suspect foul play. A report…

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17th December 2012

Informing foreign students about UK cultural life & language More students than ever are coming from overseas to UK universities. Naturally we want to give them the best possible welcome,…

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The BBC reported last week that football’s governing bodies are considering the introduction of cultural lessons for foreign players to aid their work in tackling the recent increase in racially…

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20th November 2012

We understand the importance of equality analysis for many of our public sector clients, so we’??ve recently upgraded our Equality Analysis Toolkit. It still combines a training module, database and…

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Identify services & practices that support equality Our online Equality Analysis Toolkit combines a training module, a database and a reporting function to help you implement, coordinate and evidence equality…

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6th November 2012

In an effort to increase the good news on the youth employment front, we’??ve teamed up with South London Press to give away 40 copies of our new employability online…

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15th October 2012

Changes to 2010 Equality Act provision were criticised by TUC General Secretary, Brendan Rogers in a recent HR Magazine article, whilst a government spokesperson said they would??sweep away needless bureaucracy’??.…

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19th September 2012

Today Kimberly Training Institute in Western Australia commissioned Marshall ACM to produce a suite of new e-learning modules for the Australian marketplace. The initial programmes we’re developing for them will…

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Our new ’employability for students’ e-learning course launches this week. It’s part of our Everlasting Employability project that we’re developing in partnership with talent management practitioners 10Eighty to support students…

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An article in the online version of HR Magazine today about an independent report on Youth unemployment and the Youth Contract released by the House of Commons Work and Pensions…

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Helping students plan for their long-term career This employability for students’?e-learning course was developed in partnership with talent management practitioners 10Eighty, and with the current tough job marketplace, especially for…

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“Marshall ACM produces all our student online induction packages. When we heard it was moving into employability courses we naturally wanted to be the first further education college to sponsor…

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19th August 2012

e-learning without the LMS We’??re developing a new, simplified delivery system for our courses which takes a fresh approach to e-learning and (we’??re pretty sure) is unique in the e-learning…

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A recent article about record compensation amounts awarded in discrimination cases in 2011 is a reminder of the importance of developing a fair and equal workplace. Vernal Scott, our Prinicipal…

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We’??re developing an e-learning portal for Scottish colleges based in the Highlands, a large geographical area with the lowest population density in the UK. So we’ve devised an online training…

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University of Exeter are the latest university to commission our customised sustainability e-learning course. They join Durham, Manchester, Reading and Stirling universities in using our engaging, informative and interactive programme…

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25th July 2012

We’re very pleased to announce that University of Northumbria have joined our other higher education clients, Hertfordshire, Hull, Worcester and University of East London, that also use our health and…

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13th July 2012

The Bribery Act 2010 was a year old on 1 July. Twelve months ago it introduced two general offences of bribing and being bribed, and two specific offences of bribing…

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9th July 2012

We’re delighted to report that University of Gloucestershire has chosen Marshall ACM to supply their online diversity training. Our best-selling course Diversity in the Workplace is ideal for inducting new…

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4th July 2012

Our law firm clients understand how an inclusive approach makes good business sense. By committing to equality and diversity in the workplace – supported by our Diversity in the Workplace…

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15th June 2012

University of Nottingham has commissioned us to develop online diversity training courses for over 5000 staff members. We will develop a suite of diversity training’?courses for the university including employment…

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14th June 2012

The Tate Gallery have become the latest organisation to commission our online Equality Analysis Toolkit. Following in the steps of other clients such as the UK Parliament, NHS and many…

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