- Construction of a scenario
- Non-technical skills and patient safety
- Adult learning
- Simulation setting
Form and content
You learn how to brief participants, act as an instructor in the scenario and afterwards facilitate debriefing, where the participants can discuss and reflect on the experience.
The course consists of short presentations, plenary discussions, workshops and a lot of simulations and debriefings, where you can train. These are followed by feedback rounds. Simulations, debriefings and feedback takes place in groups of 5-6 participants and 1 instructor. All participants will have the opportunity to debrief twice with a co-participant. One of the scenarios will be video based.
Healthcare professionals teaching in simulation based training.
The course is held at:
CAMES – Copenhagen Academy for Medical Education and Simulation
Herlev Ringvej 75, 25. etage
CAMES also offers to hold the instructor course at the client's location, given it holds adequate facilities.
9000 DKK. per participant.
Course language: Danish
The fee includes food and drink at the course, dinner one of the evenings and course materials.
Transport and lodging are not included.
Unless otherwise agreed, cancelling is free until 12 weeks before the course starts. If cancelling 12 – 6 weeks before the course starts 50% of the fee is charged. Less than 6 weeks from course start the full amount is to be paid.
Dates and registration
- August 23-25, 2017
- November 6-8, 2017
- February 28-March 2, 2018
- September 3-5, 2018
Entry via Kursusportalen or request to CAMES:
Course administrator Birgit M. Andersen
Phone: +45 3868 3451.
EuSim international simulation instructor courses
CAMES administrates the EuSim courses. EuSim offers Level 1 (basic), Level 2 (advanced), NACE (non acute care courses) and CDC (course director courses. These courses are held in various simulation centres.
Information and registration: www.eusim.org
We also offer to hold the instructor course at your own location, given it holds adequate facilities.
Please contact Peter Dieckmann, overall EuSim coordinator, for an offer.