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Inclusive Organisations: For business success, diversity is only the first step

8th August 2016

A growing number of organisations are putting a spotlight on their efforts for diversity. Major companies like Airbnb are also hiring their very first ‘Director of Diversity or implementing diversity training in an attempt to stand out as progressive and to attract the very best talent. It’s no surprise that companies are making diversity a…

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Video-Based E-Learning Training

Why Video-Based E-Learning Training Is Growing In Popularity

3rd August 2016

Over the last few years, video-based e-learning training has risen to become the become most common medium for employee training. Statistics from the Ambient Insight on the Worldwide Mobile Learning Market back this up: 98% of organisations planning to use video as part of their digital learning strategy in 2016 and 74% of people using…

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Prevent Duty Compliance

Prevent Duty: FE colleges and training providers need to comply with the UK Government’s anti-radicalisation programme

15th July 2016

Prevent Duty is back in the news. Ofsted, the schools inspectorate, have issued a report on a survey they undertook titled “How well are further education and skills providers implementing the ‘Prevent’ duty?” Whilst the report recognised the steps undertaken by mainstream FE and sixth form colleges, the report did however say: ‘Staff training was…

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Behaviour at work: the impact of Unconscious Bias

Behaviour at work: the impact of Unconscious Bias

8th July 2016

Treating people with dignity and respect at work should be at the heart of behaviour at work. However, this is not always the case. The most recognised category of inappropriate behaviours are bullying and harassment. There has been a myriad of advice, guidance and interventions produced in this area, but there is often one element…

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Inclusive Recruitment Best Practice: The part Unconscious Bias plays

30th June 2016

Unconscious bias is now widely recognised as an important concept in the implementation of equality and diversity strategies. Whilst this is a positive move in itself the recognition of unconscious will not necessarily change behaviours especially when decisions about people are made. That is why recruitment must have unconscious bias training as part of the…

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Watching football at work: How employers can get the best from their best team before kick off

10th June 2016

With the opening ceremony and first few games of Euro 2016 taking place this weekend, major sporting events like this offer a rarely-matched sense of togetherness and excitement. It’s little wonder that people will want to come together to watch the games. Some of Euro 2016 matches are kicking off during UK working hours and…

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New Alcohol and Drugs Awareness programme helps students manage alcohol and drug misuse at university

8th June 2016

With a fresh intake of students just around the corner, many university and colleges across the UK will be preparing themselves for the booze-filled excesses that often come with students that are leaving home for the first time. With Freshers’ Week and sports club initiations a feature of many student’s first experiences at university, there…

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Tackling equality & diversity training with a former professional footballer

25th May 2016

The Highlights Marshall E-Learning partnered with former Sunderland and Ireland footballer to help bring a diversity training module to life Marshall was a partner proficient in diversity and inclusion language, a strong understanding of e-learning best practice, graphic and technical skills. Nominated as Best Diversity Resource in the Excellence in Diversity Awards. “I picked Marshall…

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Marshall E-Learning launch dedicated video e-learning service

5th May 2016

Marshall E-Learning Consultancy, the Equality and Diversity specialist e-learning consultancy, have today launched a dedicated video e-learning service for its e-learning courses, tapping into the 74% of people who use mobile devices for e-learning. A preview of the video e-learning course can be seen here:     Starting with their most popular training course, Diversity in…

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Resilience

Resilience: working in a 24/7 world

4th May 2016

This is a guest post from Rob Conolly, Director at BiteSize Learning. The speed and intensity of working lives have been accelerating in recent years and we are now at a point where operating in a 24/7 office has become the norm. The unspoken expectation that we will be ‘on call’ electronically, that we will reply…

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Equality & Diversity Training Case Study: Bedfordshire Police

25th April 2016

  “This is a great training opportunity for all staff. The training is pitched at the right level and provides an insight into unconscious bias without being judgemental. “ 87% completion rate since launch Partnership led to development of new product now available to all UK police forces The Challenge In police departments all over…

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Marshall E-Learning host Diversity & Inclusion workshop with 10 leading UK universities

20th April 2016

Marshall E-Learning Consultancy, the Equality and Diversity specialist e-learning consultancy, recently held a Diversity and Inclusion Workshop with 10 leading UK universities and other sectors, such as legal and construction, at Woburn House, London. Building on their Diversity & Inclusion work with universities such as St Andrews and East Anglia, the workshop was designed to bring…

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Performance Management 2016

Performance management in 2016 – is it still relevant?

11th April 2016

  We’ve read a lot of articles about performance management being dead in 2016. But we were confused as to why, after 12 years of providing e-learning, we were suddenly being regularly commissioned to design online performance management training. Performance management is the idea of exploring the best ways to optimise your employees’ abilities, and…

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Student context now vital for Unconscious Bias training programmes in Higher Education

8th April 2016

Marshall E-Learning have launched a new training course that looks at the student context of Unconscious Bias, available now to universities.Developed in collaboration with the University of St Andrews, the course is completed by students and staff to help them understand their unconscious biases by asking the tough questions about individual self-awareness of bias, the power of…

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New E-Learning Courses Portal using Marshall E-Learning’s Learning Management System

29th March 2016

Marshall E-Learning have developed a huge range of learning content over the years. So to make this content as useful as possible, we’ve developed a new learning portal with our 10 most popular courses. This video explains more about the Marshall E-Learning Courses Portal: Fully hosted and supported by Marshall E-Learning, the e-learning portal a…

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Performance Management Case Study: The Royal Zoological Society of Scotland and PABLO

21st March 2016

Image copyright: RZSS   The Royal Zoological Society of Scotland (RZSS), owners of RZSS Edinburgh Zoo and RZSS Highland Wildlife Park, recently commissioned Marshall’s to produce an online performance management system.   Known as PABLO, the new bespoke system will automate the performance management process at RZSS, although it has been purposefully designed to be…

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Marshall E-Learning User Group

Marshall E-Learning 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…

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Diversity in the workplace

David Marshall On How Partnership Working Builds Successful E-Learning Programmes

15th February 2016

In our latest video on e-learning, diversity and equality consultant David Marshall looks at why working with partners has helped Marshall E-Learning clients build successful e-learning programmes.   Many people ask us where the content for our e-learning courses come from and one of the areas we’re most proud of with our work at Marshall E-Learning,…

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Tamar Elderton Welch Diversity Equality Consultant

Why Marshall E-Learning is a leading provider of diversity online training

8th February 2016

In this new video from Marshall E-Learning, diversity and equality consultants David Marshall and Tamar Elderton-Welch look at why people commission Marshall E-Learning for their online equality & diversity training and how we’ve become the leading provider of diversity e-learning. From David Marshall‘s background in HR consultancy, we saw back in 2002 that there was a need for all…

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Prevent Duty Training Online

Explaining The Issues Surrounding Prevent Duty Training

3rd February 2016

In this new video from Marshall E-Learning, diversity and equality consultant Michael Howard explains more about the Prevent Duty and why it is important for your organisation to undertake training in the area to help prevent extremism.     Prevent Duty training is about all forms of extremism that could lead to terrorist actions. It’s…

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New Guide to E-Learning in 2016 from Marshall E-Learning Consultancy

11th January 2016

Following the success of our Unconscious Bias whitepaper, Marshall E-Learning are proud to present our follow up resource – a guide to e-learning in 2016.   In this e-learning guide, you’ll find everything you need to understand current best practice, how e-learning can be used to improve the performance of staff with your organisation, and…

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A conversation about our Prevent Duty Training for Students

22nd December 2015

We’re currently developing a Prevent Duty training course for students after several conversations with people working in the education sector and interviewed Michael Howard, Equality & Diversity Consultant, about the genesis of the training module. “Some of the institutions we spoke to about the course wanted a resource to help develop work they’re already doing…

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Collecting Equality Data E-Learning Course

6 key pieces of advice from lawyers for schools and colleges to comply with Prevent Duty

9th December 2015

From 1 July 2015, all schools and  FE colleges in England, Wales and Scotland have a statutory duty, through the Counter Terrorism and Security Act 2015, to prevent people being drawn into terrorism and challenge extremist ideas. This is known as the Prevent Duty. Training for frontline staff on the Prevent Duty is a requirement…

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Shakespeare Martineau and Marshall E-Learning Consultancy

Marshall’s partner with law firm Shakespeare Martineau

8th December 2015

At Marshall E-LEarning, we’re always looking for ways to strengthen the knowledge and relevance of the content in our training courses so that it meets the ever evolving needs of our clients. This is particularly important for training courses where the content is in flux, either due to new legislation or a rapidly changing environment…

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