Cambridge-based web design and development agency, Onespacemedia, has launched a new website for Marshall Centre, part of Marshall of Cambridge (Holdings) Ltd, to showcase their training offering for apprenticeships, professionals and companies.
Marshall Centre provides world-leading apprenticeships and training for both professionals and businesses across a range of industries including aviation, project management and engineering. This year the company celebrates 100 years of apprenticeships, having trained over 20,000 people to date and throughout this time has provided lifelong learning driving innovation and its people and communities to thrive.
Onespacemedia was hired by Marshall Centre after creating a website for the group’s holding company to create a platform that showcases Marshall’s impressive track record, and the broad range of training and education options they offer. This presentation of their courses and history in a sleek, uncluttered design builds is accessible by a broad range of audiences and helps build trust with prospective trainees and businesses to drive their commercial objectives.
James Cotton, founder and MD of Onespacemedia, commented “I’m thrilled that Marshall Centre have put their trust in us again after launching their group website last year. We’re delighted to have created a website that promotes Marshall Centre as a centre for excellence in training and we look forward to working with them in the future to continue to drive their commercial goals.”
Henry Stark, Marketing & Communications Officer of Marshall of Cambridge (Holdings) Ltd, commented “Following the excellent work that Onespacemedia did on our Marshall Group website last year, I had no hesitation in recommending them to deliver another clean, professional and user-friendly site that would give Marshall Centre the best possible start upon its launch.
The positive and enthusiastic team at Onespacemedia delivered on all of our objectives and brand guidelines set from the beginning and made sure the whole process was manageable within the tight timescales we required”.
The website is powered by an intuitive content management system which allows Marshall Centre’s staff to upload and edit content easily - giving non-technical staff the tools to add new courses and develop the site as the business evolves.