The HNE Simulation Centre delivers training to several thousand healthcare professionals each year and is one of the longest running simulation centres in Australia. Faculty are passionate about enhancing patient safety through simulation training and research and offer a wide range of training addressing clinical and non-clinical challenges, as well as instructor training and development programs. Download the Centre overview to find out more about us.
Upcoming course vacancies
To enrol in any of the following courses, please call us on (02) 4921 4268 or send us an email.
ANZCA ALS - Wednesday 29 May
Our next ANZCA ALS course will be held on Wednesday 29 May from 1.30pm - 4.30pm. This session satisfies ANZCA CPD requirements for emergency response activities. Places are strictly limited - contact us now to secure your position.
Rescuing the Deteriorating Patient - Thursday 6 June
Whether you're the ward nurse caring for the patient whose condition is deteriorating, the doctor called for assistance,
or a member of the Rapid Response Team, this course will help prepare you to manage the types of emergencies commonly seen in hospitals ... more info
ALS workshops (adult & paediatric) - Friday 7 June
We currently have vacancies in our next round of Advanced Life Support workshops on Friday 7 June. The adult session will be held from 8.30am- 11.30am and the paediatric session from 1pm - 4pm. Register now for the adult workshop, the paediatric workshop, or both.
ANZCA Anaphylaxis - Thursday 20 June
Develop and practise the skills, knowledge and attitudes required for up to date management of anaphylaxis. Our ANZCA Anaphylaxis course promotes a team-based approach and anaesthesia assistants are encouraged to attend with their medical colleagues. This session will satisfy ANZCA CPD program requirments for anaphylaxis.
ANZCA Major Haemorrhage - Thursday 20 June
Our ANZCA Major Haemorrhage course will prepare you to manage major haemorrhage and the complications that arise, including cardiovascular instability and coagulopathy. Participants in the ANZCA CPD program may claim this course as an emergency response activity in their CPD portfolio. Anaesthesia assistants are encouraged to attend this team-based training with their medical colleagues
Rescuing the Deteriorating PAEDIATRIC Patient - Friday 21 June
Children are not little adults. That's why we offer a course specifically designed to allow medical and nursing staff who care for children to rehearse the management of an acutely unwell or deteriorating paediatric patient. We only run this course twice a year and places are strictly limited ... more info