The Role

Simulation Trainers are Clinical staff working in Primary Care environments who have trained to develop professional and clinical skills to facilitate simulation sessions for the multi-professional team in GP surgeries. Simulation training recreates various emergency situations that can happen in Primary Care settings and help practice staff prepare and react as a team with speed and efficiency.

Benefits for the Practice

  • Improving group dynamics
  • Preparing for potential emergency situations
  • Highlighting the role of non-clinical staff

Training & Development

Qualifications are offered to Clinical staff wishing to be involved in Primary Care education:

Level 1: This is an introduction to Simulation-based education delivered by e-learning for healthcare and comprising of 5 modules.

Level 2: Face-to-face day course.

On qualification, Simulation Trainers will become part of the Kent Sussex Surrey (KSS) Primary Care Faculty.