The Introductory Facilitator Team Training Course aims to empower all participants, as educators and healthcare leaders, to embed simulation as a powerful learning tool into their work place. It is suitable for SHOs, fellows and consultants from all specialties, as well as nurses and allied health professionals interested in facilitating simulation courses.
In this course, our team teaches the Advocacy with Inquiry method of debriefing, which we have been using in our practice since 2009.
This two-day programme utilises all of the facilities of SPRinT and provides knowledge of the principles of adult learning, learning cycles and how simulation can be used in healthcare to enrich learning, enhance individual and team performance, and improve patient safety. It is an intensely mentored course with video feedback for reflective learning. This course is ideally suited to up to 20 candidates per course.