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Important information about COVID-19

We are following NSW Health social distancing requirements in all our courses. For some programs this means reduced numbers of participants, or changes to timetables.  

Comprehensive Simulation Instructor Training

Instructor Training

All Specialties

Target Audience

This course is relevant to health professional educators who

teach with simulation methods.

Level: intermediate

Instructors who require EMAC instructor accreditation through the ANZCA college


Prior experience with small group learning, clinical teaching, NHETSim program is beneficial.

Course Coordinator

Anne Starr


2 days


$1850 per person


October 23-24, 2023

February 15-16, 2024

April 8-9, 2024

June 24-25, 2024

August 15-16, 2024

October 14-15, 2024

Maximum Participants
CPD allowances


14 hours small group interactive (ANZCA Cat 3/ L2)

Course Description

Day1: Scenario design and Delivery


To develop skills to run immersive simulation training (IST) in a

range of health-care settings.

Topics covered

The course focuses on the following topics

· Getting started – the IST learning environment, briefing and familiarizing learners for IST

· Core principles – safety, respect and the fiction contract

· Writing scenarios with a focus on clinical and behavioural learning objectives

· Delivering IST: equipment, actors, props, resources, stage management

· Adapting to other applications and settings (in-situ)

Topics not covered include: Training simulated patients; teaching procedural skills.


· Participants will work in small groups with experienced clinical simulation instructors.

· The focus on the day will be practice and feedback using manikin simulators, actors, discussion and feedback

·Templates provided for: briefing checklists; powerpoints; scenarios; appraisals.

Day 2: Debriefing, Reflection & Feedback


To develop communication skills relevant to learning and feedback – whether these are used in the setting of simulated learning (debriefing), clinical supervision or ward-based learning. The course focusses on conversations with individuals and groups

Topics covered:

The course focuses on the following topics

· Preparing learners for reflective conversations

· Achieving structure and engagement (empathy) in conversations

· Facilitating discussions with groups and individuals

· Giving feedback

· Promoting reflection and critical thinking

· Coaching


Participants will work in small groups with experienced clinical simulation instructors engaging in discussion, role play, simulations with actors and feedback from instructors.

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