We offer a wide range of courses aimed at individuals and teams covering a wide range of medical and clinical specialties. Delegates are drawn from NUH and the East Midlands region and from across the UK. We are also pleased to partner with national organisations to host specialist courses and conferences in the centre.
Advanced Paediatric Life Support (APLS)
About the course
The course comprises a one-day online section and two days' face to face training. Candidates need to complete and obtain a certificate for the online training before attending the face to face course. To register for both the online and face to face course, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
- 26/27 February 2020
- 22/23 June 2020
- 17/18 November 2020
£515.00 (for 2 day face to face training) including:
- APLS manual
- Access to APLS VLE component for four years
- Lunch and refreshments on the two-day face to face course
Testimonials from candidates attending the most recent course
I thoroughly enjoyed the course and found it a very valuable experience
Excellent knowledgeable and approachable faculty. I was fortunate to also be in a friendly and supportive small group. Brilliant experience is a non-threatening/non-intimidating environment for learning. Huge thanks to everyone involved for an excellent course
The faculty were brilliant. They were very supportive and all very knowledgeable and experts in their field. They were all very approachable and interacted with everyone in a very positive way. I learnt so much from their expertise
Core Medical Trainee Simulation (CMT SIM)
As part of a regional approach to simulation-based education for core medical trainees in the East Midlands, we deliver simulation days which you will attend in years one and two of the Core Medical Programme. These multiprofessional days provide an opportunity for trainees and nursing staff to approach clinical scenarios in a safe learning environment, with consideration of the non-technical skills required for safe, efficient and professional practice. An in-depth debrief occurs after each scenario which supports development of trainees by considering both the technical components of the simulation and the role of human factors in the performance of individuals.
The scenarios have been standardised along four main themes:
- Management of complex medical patients
- Consent and capacity
- Patient safety
- Medical ethics i.e. DNAR
- Core medical trainees – CT1 and CT2 doctors
By the end of this course, participants will have:
- Experienced and practised the management of a variety of clinical scenarios
- Considered non-technical aspects in the management of acutely unwell patients (e.g. leadership, teamwork and communication)
- Gained insight into their personal limitations and abilities for development
- Participated in clinical situations involving complex decision making, medical ethics and patient safety.
- The course is facilitated by a team of experienced faculty members including medical registrars and consultants.
Trent Simulation and Clinical Skills Centre, Nottingham
As allocated by the East Midlands North co-ordinator
Full day – 8am to 4pm.
Crisis Resource Management (CRM)
- Rehearsal of specific anaesthetic critical incident scenarios, providing an opportunity to learn from serious incidents and never events
- Focus on non-technical skills and behaviours during emergency situations
- Development of leadership and team behaviours that support safe and reliable care, avoiding patient harm
- Opportunity to improve debriefing skills after critical incidents
- Scenarios tailored to your needs
- Core topics AM with the opportunity to choose PM scenarios
- Topics sign-posted
- Mandatory Life Support Training included
Consultant and staff grade anaesthetists
Lunch and refreshments will be provided
Course is free for NUH staff
If you would like to attend please book directly using Eventbrite links below:
Anaesthetic Crisis Resource Management Masterclass: One Day Simulation Course
Child Protection in Recognition and Response Course
Child Protection in Recognition & Response Course
Who is the course aimed at?
- Doctors in training who work with children and young people.
What does the course involve?
A series of lectures and small group workshops, discussions and role plays covering the following areas:
- Recognising child abuse and neglect
- What to do when you recognise child abuse and neglect
- Working with parents and other agencies
- Outcomes for children and young people
Course Fee - £165
- An interactive DVD
- RCPCH child protection companion
- RCPCH child protection reader
- Lunch and refreshments
Places are allocated on a 'first come - first served' basis
CP3 Medical Students
This three-day programme for all final year medical students at University of Nottingham will introduce and reinforce the core knowledge, skills, and behaviours required to provide immediate care for the acutely ill patient.
The training comprises three separate one-day courses:
- Acute illness management (AIM) or acute life threatening events - recognition and management (ALERT)
- Immediate life support (ILS)
- Immediate ward management of the acutely ill patient (advanced simulation-based training)
The ILS and AIM / ALERT courses are designed to highlight a number of areas of knowledge and ability that can be put to good use in such situations, but often it is not the possession of these attributes that equates to good management of the problem.
The simulation training day is designed to provide further opportunity to rehearse the key clinical skills outlined on the previous two training days, and also to consider many of the other factors that can influence the patient's outcome.
It provides a safe, supportive environment in which to review individual knowledge and skills in the context of the simulated ward environment, further identifying individual and organisational factors that can influence effective patient management. Participants observe, practise, and, through facilitated debriefing, reflect upon the immediate management of acutely ill patients.
Students are allocated a course date via their undergraduate co-ordinator and will attend during their critical illness attachment in CP3.
1st Floor Simulation Room, Trent Simulation and Clinical Skills Centre, QMC
Registration is at 8.15 am. The course starts at 8.30am prompt
Finish time is 4.30pm
Bring ILS and AIM / ALERT manuals and your portfolio
Craniotomy Simulator Course with ROWENA
Mr R D Ashpole FRCS, Consultant Neurosurgeon, Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust
- Neurosurgical trainees
- Aspiring neurosurgical trainees
- Neurosurgical nurses
- 13th - 14th February 2020
- 1st - 2nd October 2020
Modular course structure:
- Module 1: 3-point headrest and burr holes
- Module 2: Ventricular access and ICP bolts
- Module 3: Basic flaps and fixation
- Module 4: Complex flaps and fixation
- Module 5: Stealth station setup/axiem use
- Module 6: Intracranial ultrasound.
- The course is limited to eight candidates
- Places are allocated on a 'first come - first served' basis
- £520 per person
- Catering provided
Please view Articles from Bulletin of The Royal College of Surgeons of England:
F1/F2 Multi-Professional Simulation Course
Foundation doctors in the East Midlands Deanery (Trent) will attend an advanced simulation course in year 1 and 2 of their Foundation Programme.
The simulation training day is designed around the care of the acutely ill ward based patient and aims to provide a safe learning environment in which to experience a series of simulated clinical challenges designed:
- To consider individual, team, and organisational factors that might enhance or impede optimal patient care in the ward setting
- To raise your awareness of roles and responsibilities, skills and contributions of other members of the multiprofessional team
- To consider how relevant national or local policies and procedures contribute to risk management and patient safety where you work
The F1 courses take place between March - June
The F2 courses take place between September - February
All courses start at 8.15am and finish at 4.15pm
Please use the embedded Event Brite booking forms below, or visit the TSCSC Event Brite page here to book a place. You can also find the Pre-Course letter below. This document contains essentail detials such as start times and dress codes as well as information regarding course aims and background information.
Any queries, please contact:
Tel: 0115 970 9969
Nurse places are booked by:
Inter-Professional Education Lead
tel: 0115 924 9924 ext 76358
Foundation Year 1 - Booking
Foundation Year 2 - Booking
Nurse attendance on Advanced Simulation Training
Re: Nurse attendance on the Foundation Patient Safety & Human Factors Advanced Simulation Training 2019/2020
You are invited to attend a multi-professional Acutely Ill Ward-based patient Advanced Simulation Day, a course specially designed to provide knowledge and skills in management of acute emergencies and patient safety incidents. You will be joining a group of Foundation Doctors and Pre-Registration Pharmacists in a truly multi-professional simulated learning experience. The aim of the day is to provide you with a valuable opportunity to apply your knowledge and skills in realistic scenarios relevant to situations that you may encounter during your work as a nurse.
You will be attending our course at;
The Simulation Centre, 1st Floor, Trent Simulation & Clinical Skills Centre,
QMC Campus, Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust
For more information please download the Course Letter Nurse Foundation Simulation
Faculty Development Course
- Mr Paul Bailey, Professional Practice Educator
New members of the Trent Simulation and Clinical Skills Centre Faculty and provides an introduction to advanced hi-fidelity simulation based training
- Simulation and Adult learning -Theoretical perspectives Clinical Human Factors
- Simulation Design
- Effective debriefing
- In-situ Simulation
Maximum of 12 delegates per course.
- FREE to NUH staff
- Non-NUH staff: £85 per course
- Places are allocated on a 'first come - first served' basis
For any other queries please contact Sharon Martin, Administrator, on 0115 970 9969 or 0115 924 9924 ext 87095 or email email@example.com
Generic Instructor Course (GIC)
TSCSC offers the GIC course on a regular basis. This is a two-day course designed to train potential instructors for their provider course. Only candidates who have been recommended by the faculty as potential instructor candidates from their provider courses are eligible to undertake the course.
- 29/30 April 2020
- 14/15 October 2020
Multi-Professional Obstetric Simulation Training (MOST)
Advanced simulation courses for O&G trainees and qualified midwives in the East Midlands
This multiprofessional one-day course has been commissioned by the East Midlands School of Obstetrics and Gynaecology for O&G trainees (ST 1-7) and for junior and senior midwives from trusts across the East Midlands region.
The day is designed around a series of simulated scenarios and workshops that consider the management of obstetric patients presenting with a range of common and uncommon serious clinical problems. Provision of care in the clinical environment will be addressed, together with key aspects of human factors, team working and attributes of leadership.
Objectives for trainees for this study day relate to team working, team leadership skills and leadership in acute emergency (ref Core module 19 on the curriculum).
Objectives for midwives
- Demonstrate awareness of the roles and skills of others
- Demonstrate the ability to manage a situation appropriately, including appropriate escalation to senior staff
- Demonstrate situational awareness
For senior midwives
- Demonstrate the ability to support and develop junior obstetricians and midwives
- Show leadership
- Demonstrate knowledge of the correct course of action
Course faculty are senior O&G trainees and consultants, senior midwives and TSCSC faculty.
The day is free to attend for East Midlands participants.
Trainees wishing to book a place please contact: Nicola Barbosa, coordinator at HEALTH EDUCATION EAST MIDLANDS: firstname.lastname@example.org
Midwives wishing to book a place please contact: Sian Parrish (Course Co-Ordinator): email@example.com
This innovative one-day course is designed for higher-specialist trainees in urology to rehearse the management of common ward-based emergencies, whilst also considering the team’s non-technical skills and potential system influences. It has been developed as a joint collaboration between TSCSC and the HEEM Specialty School of Urology.
Objectives for the day
- Experience simulation-based education in urology training
- Practise management of a variety of clinical conditions
- Discuss non-technical skills
Trainees wishing to attend the course should contact Stephen Miller at firstname.lastname@example.org