Simulation Training

1. Simulation Trust Leads HE KSS.pdf13.41 KB
2. Scenario 1301.docx41.06 KB
3. Scenario 1305.docx42.09 KB
4. Scenario 1307.docx41.3 KB
5. Scenario 1308.docx40.3 KB
6. Scenario 1310.docx38.86 KB
7. Scenario 1319.docx41.66 KB
8. Scenario 1322.docx39.5 KB
9. SQUAD Visits 2013.pdf99.13 KB
10. Update on Simulation 3T Workshops July 2013.docx14.17 KB


All Foundation Doctors based at trusts in London or KSS have access to simulation training.

It is mandatory for all F1 doctors in STFS to undertake a day of simulation training and strongly recommended for all F2 doctors. Please contact your local Medical Education Manager/Foundation Programme Administrator for further details about local arrangements. 



  • A list of Simulation Trust leads with their email addresses – see download 1
  • Scenarios* from SAFE workshops -See downloads 2-8
  • 2013 Simulation Quality Assurance and Developmental (SQUAD) visit timetable – see download 9
  • Update on simulation train the trainer workshops
  • An on-line, interactive simulation course developed to support trainers in the planning and delivery of simulated training events is available at  

* Please note that the scenarios were produced in multi professional groups within a limited time period at a SAFE workshop and are draft versions of potential scenarios rather than fully finished and polished products

London Shared Services – STeLI

•         STeLI promotes the use of powerful educational technologies, such as e-learning and simulation, to enrich the delivery of healthcare professional workforce training and promote high quality service delivery. Further information is available at

Clinical Simulation Scenarios

Health Education England working across Thames Valley has developed a 'Clinical Simulation Scenarios' library, including 17 detailed scenarios for foundation doctors. Scenarios include links to areas of the curriculum and provide clear instructions for faculty and 'in-scenario personnel' to follow. Scenarios have been designed in order to focus on aspects of clinical care that are often challenging for clinicians, for example, difficult conversations, clinical emergencies and technical skills. For further details click here.