Introduction to Simulation - Day 1 of 2
A comprehensive two-day programme created specifically for staff with a role in clinical education and training who wish to enhance their teaching skills in simulation-based education. It forms the start of the faculty development programme at SaIL. The programme provides an interactive mix of theory and practical application of simulation, informed by educational research and best practice.
This course is for staff and teams interested in understanding more about how simulation-based learning interventions can enhance patient safety and team working in clinical settings and the simulation centre.
It is also the starting point for novices starting on the SaIL faculty development programme. It needs to be completed prior to further simulation training at SaIL unless a candidate has had exemption from the Director of SaIL.
The course is open to Trust employees with a direct role in clinical workforce development and who will be supported to deliver simulation-based education as part of their role. Teams of 2-4 staff from a dept/ ward are encouraged to attend as a group where possible. Students starting the SaIL faculty development programme are able to attend as individuals.
Day 2 of this programme will take place on Wednesday 25th January - To book onto Day 2 please click here
Date and Time
Simulation and Interactive Learning (SaIL) Centre
1st Floor St Thomas House, St Thomas' Hospital
Westminster Bridge Road