News from Marshall ACM

    • Universities seek WCAG-compliant accessible e-learning

      Marshall E-Learning | London |

      UK universities call on e-learning providers to make their courses accessible to the WCAG standard by the end of the year. Senior representatives from 12 UK universities recently attended the ‘Marshall E-Learning User Forum’ in London to discuss the new Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) for web accessibility and approaches to digital accessibility in e-learning.

    • “What comes after unconscious bias training?” – New e-learning intervention

      Marshall E-Learning | London |

      Marshall E-Learning and Dan Robertson from Vercida Consulting are delighted to announce the creation of a new training programme "Becoming an Inclusive Organisation", which was launched at the Diversity Leaders exhibition last week in London. This next step after unconscious bias training is vital to creating inclusion throughout the organisation.

    • Student Bystander Training for UK Higher Education institutions

      Marshall E-Learning | Coventry, UK |

      Coventry University has partnered with Marshall E-Learning, the specialist consultancy for diversity and equality learning, to provide a new online module on Student Bystander Training for higher education institutions across the UK.

    • New Adaptive Selling course helps salespeople sell with more certainty and confidence

      Marshall E-Learning | London, UK |

      Marshall E-Learning, the market leaders in diversity and equality e-learning, have partnered with multi-award winning mentoring expert David Mellor, to produce a new e-learning course focused on Adaptive Selling, an approach that aims to provide a more consultative approach to sales in an industry that traditionally is full of uncertainty, fear and complexity.

    • Marshall and Shaw Mind Foundation: mental health collaboration between Universities and Schools

      Marshall E-Learning |

      Marshall ACM and Shaw Mind Foundation today announced the availability of a resource to raise awareness among education workers of mental health issues; training staff to recognise the symptoms, understand the challenges and gain awareness of the appropriate responses to these, using their 3Ps approach: Proactive – Pre-emptive – Preventive.

    • UK Universities Respond to the GDPR Challenge

      Marshall E-Learning |

      GDPR is the biggest change in Data Protection legislation for 20 years, coming into effect on 25 May 2018. Despite this, analyst firm Gartner showed that around half of those affected by the legislation - whether in the EU or outside - will not be in full compliance when the regulations take effect. Schools, colleges and universities across the UK have responded to the GDPR challenge by designing their own sector-specific GDPR for Higher Education training course.

    • Inspiring Women to Achieve – Helping women prepare and be ready for leadership positions

      Marshall E-Learning | Zurich |

      Marshall E-Learning will be attending the 11th Global Inclusion Seminar, otherwise known as INCLUSION 18. Taking place in Zurich, the event features 30 more than International Speakers and over 200 Senior-level International delegates together to discuss the latest thinking around modern equality, diversity and inclusion issues. For the conference, we have prepared a new product, “Inspiring Women to Achieve”, written by former Head of Diversity at Transport for London, Teresa Norman.

    • Inclusive Managers’ Toolkit launched by Marshall E-Learning

      Marshall E-Learning | London, UK |

      Marshall E-Learning is delighted to launch our new inclusive managers’ toolkit, developed in partnership with Vercida Consulting. The Inclusive Managers’ Toolkit is aimed at middle managers across public and private sector organisation, and designed to build managers’ skills and confidence.

    • University of Edinburgh launch unconscious bias course tailored for students

      Marshall E-Learning | Edinburgh, Scotland |

      The University of Edinburgh has become the first university to launch an unconscious bias course tailored for the student context. The course, designed to be taken on mobile devices, will help students to be fair minded and critique without bias when evaluating staff and services.

    • New GDPR training resource from Marshall Elearning helps businesses get GDPR ready

      Marshall E-Learning | London, UK |

      GDPR is the biggest change to data protection regulations in two decades and is a major challenge for many businesses. The new regulations introduce a much greater territorial reach in terms of liable businesses and harsher fines for non-compliance, so GDPR training is essential.

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