Simulated Learning Environments (SLE) is one of the key programs that Health Workforce Australia (HWA) is undertaking as a result of the work being implemented under the National Partnership Agreement (NPA) on Hospital and Health Workforce Reform.
The simulation educator and technician/coordinator training program, named AusSETT, forms part of HWA's SLE program and was designed to provide a standardised national training program for simulation educators and technicians/coordinators.
The AusSETT Program has been developed by an Australian Group that is represented by Edith Cowan University, Flinders University, Monash University (lead), The University of Melbourne, The University of Queensland and Queensland Health.
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The AusSETT Program has finished. During September, alumni will receive certificates for the modules they have completed. We were delighted with the outcome of the Program exceeding the target of 230 AusSETT alumni.
The next phase of the AusSETT Program will start shortly. More information is available on the NHET-Sim Program website.
The AusSETT Program uses a 'train the trainer' model to increase capacity of simulation educators and technicians/coordinators. The program consists of workshops and online modules. Until June 2012, the AusSETT Program will train 230 educators and technicians/coordinators across Australia
HWA funding is also available from July 2012 to support delivery of the training to additional educators and technicians/coordinators. Details of this additional training will be made available on the HWA website once finalised.