Welcome to the National Health Education and Training in Simulation (NHET-Sim) website
The NHET-Sim programme is a nationwide training programme for healthcare professionals and their educators aimed at improving clinical training capacity. NHET-Sim is designed for anyone who currently or intends to use simulation as an educational method to support the development of healthcare students and professionals. The programme consists of online modules and in person workshops on simulation-based education and has been developed and reviewed by leaders in the simulation field across Australia and internationally.
Last chance! – Only 5 places left for C2 – Being a simulation educator this Friday (September 23rd)
This is the first workshop to be run since the programme was revised earlier this year.
Facilitators will be Programme Lead Debra Nestel and Simulation Consultant Kirsty Freeman. Both have taught extensively in simulation and have years of experience they draw upon when presenting.
You can find out further information, and sign up, here.
If you are interested in general information regarding workshops then please follow this link.
The NHET-Sim programme re-opened for registrations on 1st July 2016.
All previous participants will need to re-register for the revised modules. Please note you will only have 4 months to complete the modules before your registration expires.
The Department of Health will fund seventeen workshops across Australia in 2016 and 2017. A program of workshops will be released shortly.
If you have any queries then please contact NHET-Sim@monash.edu.
We have had lots of interest about workshops and are pleased to share the guidelines for workshops on the website. There is information for individuals who want to attend a workshop and for institutions who want to host a workshop. The first workshop is immediately before the Australasian Simulation Congress on September 23 at the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons, Spring Street, Melbourne. Kirsty Freeman and Debra Nestel will co-facilitate Module C2. Click here for registration.
The Commonwealth Department of Health is sponsoring eighteen workshops nationally over the next two years. Information on eligibility and enrolment will be shared via the newsletter, website and in social media over the next two months. We are almost ready to release details of the first of these workshops.