University of Oxford Commission Elearning

27th February 2014

The first two months of the year have been busy and successful one for Marshall ACM. Here are some highlights of 2014 so far…

Unconscious Bias Practice (Consultancy and E-Learning) launched

University of Oxford became the first UK organisation to commission our Unconscious Bias elearning course module. Due to demand our consultancy team now run workshops on Unconscious Bias at our Fleet Street offices and at client sites.

Hitachi commission pan-European online diversity and inclusion e-learning course

We were delighted to be chosen to be the elearning partner for Hitachi for their online diversity and inclusion course. The course, customised for Hitachi, will go across their European workforce, with a strong message that diversity is good for business.

Resilience E-Learning for Birmingham City University

Our new resilience e-learning course has now been released and was recently commissioned by Birmingham City University.

Expanding gamification offering with our Bribery Act quiz game

We’ve developed a Bribery Act quiz game hosted by quizmaster Reggie Lowde in this fun and highly informal introduction to the Bribery Act.

The course incorporates strong gamification elements where points (from correct answers) really do mean prizes. Companies such as SEGA use this approach at induction.

Online induction course for Formica

Our online induction course has become easily our most popular bespoke course. Formica has asked us to proceed with a mobile e-learning solution built in HTML5.

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