Four years ago, Marshall E-Learning’s principal consultants Ann Allcock and Vernal Scott recorded a podcast called “Monitoring Sexual Orientation, Religion and Beliefs”. In the podcast, they discussed the issues surrounding the monitoring of the characteristics such as sexual orientation and religion or belief.
Up until A levels, the number of girls and boys taking STEM subjects is equal. This begins to change however, with the gap widening the further along the academic pathway until only around only 13% end up working in STEM. For those that choose an academic pathway, only 43% of science undergraduates are women with only 10% going on to become professors.
So why is this the case?
Marshall have developed a new Inclusive, Cohesive & Safe Campuses and Colleges course that provides an introduction or refresher in understanding the context, range and constituents in dealing with extremism and radicalisation in education. The importance of these areas in education cannot be underestimated – for organisations, students and employees.
Agile Working is about bringing people, processes, connectivity and technology together, allowing for agile working patterns and office space. With the technology available to modern businesses, there are numerous tools to help us work in new and different ways, to meet customer needs, reduce costs, increase productivity and improve sustainability.