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The UOC Simulation Centre is holding its Simulation Instructor Training Workshop on 25–27 June 2024.

Places are limited to 20 participants, on a 'first-in' basis, and your place is not confirmed until payment in full has been received.

This is an approved College of Intensive Care Medicine (CICM) CPD course.

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Dates Tuesday 25 to Thursday 27 June 2024
Participants must be able to attend all days in full and ensure travel arrangements don't require late arrival or early departure.
Time 8:30am–4:30pm
Venue University of Otago, Christchurch Simulation Centre, Level 1, 72 Oxford Terrace, Christchurch
Facilitators Inter-professional UOC Simulation Centre team and invited guests.
Open to

Health professionals with an interest in simulation-based education – all disciplines.
While those with no prior experience in simulation will be able to manage the course, it is designed for inviduals already working in simulation.

Cost $1,900 + GST per person (catering included). 50% discount for University of Otago staff.

Focus and format of the workshop

The workshop includes active participation and practise of all components of simulation-based education as well as presentations and discussions of both theory and practice.

  • Educational underpinnings of simulation-based education
  • Principles and practice of scenario writing
  • Best practice in SBE
  • Approaches to debriefing
  • Orientation to the human simulators SimMan3G Plus / SimJunior and the simulation environment
  • Developing a scenario
  • Running and participating in scenarios
  • Debriefing a scenario
  • Reviewing debriefing practice (debriefing the debrief)

Please note: participation requires agreement to and the use of video-recordings of workshop activities.

Comments from previous workshop participants

"Thank you for making this a valued learning experience and investing in us individually as well as a group"
"Very well prepared, planned and facilitated workshop"

“Debriefing was so worthwhile after participating in a Sim. It really helped to get my thoughts in order in a safe space by a supportive debriefer and co-debriefer. Thank you for supporting my learning.”
“Being given a framework, structure and demonstration of debriefing. Great to have such a broad overview of the process and also educational rational for practices in SBE.”

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