Please browse our video section to discover the benefits and content of our e-learning offerings and our new video e-learning service.
Video has become the lingua franca of the internet and is fast-becoming our preferred learning method whether we’re finding out how to DIY on Youtube or exploring a brand new subject on TED Talks. Read about how video-based e-learning is growing in popularity.
Bespoke video e-learning courses like our Diversity refresher use character-led video scenarios to engage learners and stimulate classroom discussion.
Please get in touch to discuss your video e-learning needs.
In this 90-second, video we look at guidance relating to Prevent Duty, introduced in March 2015 to prevent people from being drawn into terrorism and discuss what this means for public organisations specifically the NHS, education sector, the police and prison service.Watch video
In this 90-second video, we look at ways of tackling extremism n your organisation working within the parameters of the Prevent Duty but in the context of a safeguarding duty placing ‘Prevent’ in the context of a wider strategy to protect your peopleWatch video
In this 2-minute video, we look at our specialist topic area – diversity training – and how our diversity courses have trained hundreds of thousands of people and how versatile they can be – as inductions or as refreshersWatch video
This video, introduced by Vernal Scott, explores ways to measure diversity training, in particular, the equality impact assessment – a good practice management tool to help eradicate discrimination and promote equality.Watch video
This video is a short animation explaining the benefits of adopting equality and inclusion policies in the workplace and of building a diverse workforce.Watch video
In this video about Unconscious Bias we consider how it impacts on our daily working lives and how a better awareness of our instinctive feelings can help us make better decisions.Watch video
This video is the 2nd in a series of 4 videos about Unconscious Bias and how it impacts on our daily working lives. In this video we look at how Unconscious Bias can affect the recruitment process.Watch video
In this video we explore how we make decisions and how Unconscious Bias affects our judgement and how our unconscious biases unknowingly help us to form opinions about others.Watch video
This is the first of a series of 4 videos about Unconscious Bias and how it impacts on our daily working lives. In this video we consider a scenario that allows us to explore the ways that Unconscious Bias can affect who we choose as leaders.Watch video
In this less-than-80 seconds video we ask the question: ‘Do you understand your obligations under the Bribery Act 2010?’ The Bribery Act, which become law in 2011 is now one of the strictest laws internationally on bribery and in 2016 the first company was convicted and sentenced under Section 7 of the Act.Watch video
This video provides an overview of the elearning services provided by Marshall Elearning – that we are diversity and inclusion specialists but also cover a variety of topics such as induction, sustainability and health and safety, that help people do their jobs better.Watch video
Watch Dan Roberson, Diversity & Inclusion Director of ENEI discuss ways that unconscious bias (“unintentional people preferences”) can affect your business in this 6-minute video.Watch video
This short animated video delivers an overview of student mental health, the impact it can have on the student population and the support available.Watch video
Learn how we developed our suite of Unconscious Bias training courses working with ENEI (Employers Network for Equality and Inclusion) who wrote the content and Steps Drama whose roleplay dramas were incorporated into the course as video shorts.Watch video
This 2-minute video will help you to understand how our Prevent duty course could benefit your organisation and support your diversity and safeguarding work.Watch video