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SLE Project Team
The SLE Project Team can assist with health care staff professional development by:
- Providing access to equipment and/or facilities;
- Facilitating simulation activities;
- Developing simulations for specified learning outcomes;
- Writing and conducting simulation activities to meet accreditation requirements; and
- In consultation, develop a simulation professional development framework.
Contact your local Regional Coordinator or the SLE Principal Educator:
The NHET-Sim Program is a national training program for healthcare professionals aimed at improving clinical training capacity and consists of workshops and elearning modules on simulation-based education.
NHET-Sim is funded by the CommonWealth Australia as an Australian Government initiative under the Simulated Learning Environments (SLE) Program. The project, being undertaken in partnership with Monash University, offers a free training program for healthcare educators and clinicians from all health professions.
For further information and to register: http://www.nhet-sim.edu.au
Post Graduate Courses
A summary of other advanced training programs has been developed:
Attachment: Post Graduate Training opportunities
Australian Society for Simulation in Healthcare (ASSH)
ASSH is the peak association for the simulation community in Australasia.
It provides a forum for those involved with simulation across Australasia, to allow for discussion and distribution of information, and to further advance the research, development and use of simulation technologies and practices in society, industry, academia and government.
Other relevant conferences
For updates on other relevant national and international conferences: