This week is Mental Health Awareness Week and the focus this year set by the Mental Health Foundation is loneliness, something that has increased in recent years and is known to cause mental health issues in some people if experienced for extended periods.
Marshall is proud to be a founding member of Cambridge LaunchPad which facilitate a fantastic range of free workshops for local schools with hands-on activities to inspire the next generation to pursue careers in STEM.
Marshall Skills Academy announces plans to partner with business jet aviation specialist Bombardier to deliver its Level 3, Aircraft Maintenance Engineering Apprenticeship from September 2022.
In line with a renewed strategic focus and Marshall wide purpose, Marshall has taken the opportunity to rename this business unit as Marshall Skills Academy.
Last week Marshall Centre was joined by Toby McCann from Thales Aerospace who led an informative HiveMind discussion on the innovations happening in aviation to move towards greater sustainability.
This week, Marshall Centre was lucky enough to welcome a new member of staff to join its Aviation Excellence team. Steve Burns brings with him a wealth of knowledge and experience both working on aircraft and as a Technical Trainer.
The members of Marshall Centre’s business clinic welcomed the Cambridgeshire and Peterborough IP Centre to learn more about the free support and resources that are available to businesses in Cambridgeshire.
Dr Joe Taylor is an expert in the interface between carbon and silicone. Not only is he a world leader in the study of using implanted technology to treat medical conditions, but he has also started investigating the use of implanted technology to enhance our natural abilities.
The aviation industry is facing a growing skills shortage and it is struggling to find competent, skilled technicians to fill its workforce pipelines.
Human Factors tends to be actively taught and refreshed in highly regulated industries, but it is a subject that all leaders in all industries should understand to optimise performance without compromising safety.
Marshall Centre is doing its part to fill the aircraft maintenance skills gap by welcoming its 101st cohort of apprentices.
Marshall Centre recently welcomed Hayley Brackley to its Learning and Development team. Hayley is supporting Marshall Centre with delivery, coaching and facilitation focused on Leadership and professional development.
This week, Marshall Centre celebrates100 years of apprenticeships with Greg Copp, Senior Avionic Technician at Marshall Aerospace.
Rapid innovation in the aviation industry will mean the introduction of more efficient aircraft that produce fewer emissions. This means that aircraft maintenance teams need to be reskilled to ensure this new generation of aircraft is maintained safely.
It’s a special day for Quality and Compliance Manager, Jonathan Perring as today marks his 31st year at Marshall, making him the 2nd longest serving employee at Marshall Centre.
Electrical Avionic Technician, Daniel Powell shared his apprenticeship and career journey to date to help us celebrate 100 years of apprenticeships.
Explore how to have better control over your emotional response to situations and learn new resilience strategies to help you stay in control and put your monkey back in its cage.
Poor Mental Health due to work effects around 828,000 people, with over 17.9 million days lost through work related stress, anxiety and depression. It’s hard to break down exactly what about work causes this, but studies show that a lack of understanding within a diverse workforce could massively impact wellbeing.
Building on the experience of developing future talent for more than 100 years, Marshall Centre is the home of lifelong-learning and growth. Part of the privately owned Marshall of Cambridge, Marshall Centre future-proofs organisations through the development of apprentices and upskilling of existing workforces while helping companies ‘stay ahead of the curve’.
Imposter syndrome, also known as imposter phenomenon or impostorism, is something that many people experience throughout their careers, but how can leaders help their people overcome it?
Marshall Centre was joined by former professional racer and Formula One sponsorship legend, Brian Sims, for an inspirational HiveMind.
Have you ever wondered why some team members prefer to focus on the big picture while others prefer to understand fine details? Or why some people are happy to take risks and deal with any challenges as and when they present themselves, while others prefer to understand the risks before giving a project the green light?
Head of Operations, Mark Blayney followed in his father's footsteps and began his career as an apprentice at Marshall in 1976.
Beekeeper Steve Goddard will be putting the ‘Hive' into HiveMind as he discusses everything you need to know about bees and beekeeping as a hobby. Don’t miss out tomorrow at 1:30pm!