Establishing a Safe Container for Learning
This course lays the foundation needed to facilitate experiential learning including setting the stage for learning prior to the simulation and using feedback and debriefing to close performance gaps. Participants will have the opportunity to practice delivering feedback that supports learner achievement of high standards in a psychologically safe way. These skills can be readily applied to interactions with colleagues, employees, or trainees in the clinical environment.
There is no fee for this course for employees of The University of Kansas Health System or KU Medical Center, and continuing education credits are available..
Customized Simulation Instructor Development
There is much more than first meets the eye when it comes to facilitating experiential learning. During the course design process, the ZIEL Learning and Design Team partners with Simulation Instructors to design practice opportunities so that the instructor team is ready on game day. Ongoing support in the form of coaching and co-debriefing are often integrated into the launch of a new simulation course. In addition, the growing community of practice across campus provides great opportunities for structured peer coaching to debrief development.
Ambassador Tour Training
Many school and programs across campus like to showcase the opportunities for simulation-based learning when hosting applicants and recruits. This one hour tour provides background and talking points to enhance these outreach experiences.
Check our calendar for upcoming training dates and register to join us.