Bespoke Workshops

Bespoke Workshops

Can’t make it to a workshop? Want to make changes to your programme? Keen to try a new teaching approach in your module team? The CIE Team can offer bespoke workshops for programme teams, departments, or any group of staff at a time and place to suit you.

We can run any of the workshops listed below (or a combination of different workshops) on request, either online or face to face (subject to local and national guidelines). Just get in touch with us via to arrange a suitable date.

If you would like a workshop that is not listed below, or are not sure of your needs and would like to talk to a member of the CIE team for advice and guidance, please either fill in the Bespoke Workshop request form or email us at

We look forward to working with you soon.

Curriculum design

  • Writing appropriately levelled learning outcomes
  • Constructive alignment/ course design basics for programme teams
  • Designing and developing new curricula/ modules in hybrid, online and face to face formats
  • Implementing Liverpool Curriculum Framework Hallmarks, Attributes and Principles (previously Curriculum 2021) in curriculum design and delivery
  • Placement learning design and recording of activities
  • A Community of Inquiry (CoI) approach to teaching and learning

Assessment and feedback

  • Developing rubrics/ marking criteria
  • Standard setting for consistency in marking teams
  • Assessment design for hybrid, online or face to face delivery
  • Formative assessment and feedback practices
  • Developing students assessment and feedback literacy

EDI / inclusive practice 

  • Getting started with Decolonising the Curriculum, inclusive curriculum design and accessibility 

Education for Sustainable Development

  • Getting started with Education for Sustainable Development

Digital Education workshops - general

  • Introduction to digital tools for education
  • Digital accessibility for learning and teaching
  • Designing online synchronous and asynchronous learning activities
  • Using technology enhanced learning tools to enhance student engagement in face to face or online spaces
  • Using e-portfolios
  • The value of Open Educational Resources (OERs)
  • Maximising the impact of face-to-face and online learning

Useful technologies for learning and teaching

  • Teams and O365 for learning and teaching
  • Microsoft OneNote Class Notebook for learning and learning
  • Assessing groupwork through peer evaluation with Buddycheck
  • Visual collaboration tools, including Miro, MURAL & Padlet
  • Using Sway to create engaging teaching resources


  • Podcasting
  • Producing engaging video
  • Adding captions and transcripts to multimedia


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