Marshall E-Learning Consultancy (Marshalls) is a leading UK-based eLearning company and global supplier of diversity, inclusion, and unconscious bias e-learning courses. Marshall’s library of eLearning courses has recently expanded to include content on compliance, safeguarding, health, safety and wellbeing, and management development, too.
Marshall’s offers both off-the-shelf packs of eLearning content, as well as highly tailored or even bespoke eLearning courses to suit your organisation’s individual requirements. Marshall’s highly knowledgeable team are experienced in taking on challenging, nuanced eLearning content projects, designing tailored eLearning products on topics ranging from mental health to unconscious bias.
Marshall’s works with more than 300 clients – including most universities in the UK and Ireland – who value their ability to customise and update their courses.
“They are absolute experts in their field, and couldn’t have been more supportive and professional.”
All courses are SCORM-compatible:
Let's talk about race
Unconscious bias eLearning course
Future of working
Want to make our eLearning content feel like your own? We can tailor any of our off-the-shelf eLearning courses to meet your organisation’s requirements.
“The eLearning courses perfectly matched our requirements. And we worked with the team to customise the content to make it feel even more tailored and relevant.”
eLearning describes the method of delivering learning content via a digital channel. Also known as online learning, eLearning is typically a video of anywhere from a few minutes to an hour in duration.
eLearning costs are typically determined on a ‘per user’ basis. Courses often come with a set number of user licenses, and anything over the set number of users may be an additional charge.
For eLearning to be accessible, consider typical barriers that users might encounter during their journey, including:
The most successful eLearning content prompts frequent user interaction, also known as engagement. To make eLearning engaging, consider these tips:
eLearning platforms refer to the technology used to deliver eLearning content. These are often learning management systems — sometimes also called ‘learner experience platforms’. Both eLearning platforms, as well as eLearning content, must be SCORM-compliant in order to render and display training correctly.
While few and far between, the disadvantages of eLearning can include:
Video format eLearning is one of the most cost-effective, reliable and engaging ways to deliver key information. Using the right trainers with expertise in their field lends credibility. Seeing an instructor deliver the training offers a personal element that might otherwise be lacking in audio or text-only formats
To select the right eLearning company, follow the below guidelines: