Dear <<First Name | Prénom>>,

Are you an educator, simulation centre staff, or researcher interested in learning the key elements and contexts for running an effective simulation? Then we encourage you to enrol in our upcoming Briefing, Debriefing, and Facilitating a Simulation course.

This accredited, two-day intensive course will enable you to:
  1. Develop an understanding of the essential principles of briefing, debriefing, and facilitation techniques; and
  2. Develop the right attitudes and skills for effective use of these principles during simulations. 

Course details are as follows:
Date:              Monday, November 9 & Tuesday, November 10, 2015
Time:              8 a.m. to 4 p.m. EST (both days)
Location:       SIM-one, 88 College Street, 2nd floor, Toronto
Fee:                $975+HST
Here is what our past participants have to say: 
  • Over half rate the course as Excellent (5 out of 5)
  • 100% feel that the course will help improve their teaching practice
  • 100% felt that the course met its set objectives

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Enhance student engagement in your simulation scenarios! Simulation Scenario Writing: Regional Workshops is a series of a one-day course that teaches the essential principles of effective and engaging scenario design.
Past 2015 regional workshops have been held at Algonquin College, 
Ottawa; Canadore College, North Bay; Confederation College, Thunder Bay; Fleming College, Peterborough; George Brown College, Toronto; La Cité, Ottawa; Lambton College, Sarnia; St. Clair College, Windsor; and St. Lawrence College, Brockville.

Here is what students had to say:
  • 86% feel that the workshop will improve their teaching practice
  • 100% felt that the workshop met its set objectives
  • 100% feel that the workshop should be offered again
Interested in hosting a workshop at your institution? Registration is subsidized for Ontario community college faculty with funding provided by MOHLTC. Contact Nicole Fung at for more details

About SIM-one

SIM-one – the Ontario Simulation Network – is a not-for-profit organization that connects the simulation community, facilities, and resources across Ontario. SIM-one advocates for and advances simulated learning in health professions education for the benefit of patient care and patient safety. Supported in part by the Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care (MOHLTC), SIM-one offers advanced educational training and online services that are open to simulationists and health professionals across the globe.
For more information on SIM-one, please visit or contact