Resource Centre

A powerful realistic environment for multi-professional team training

The centre opened in March 2003 and was the first Simulation facility to open in the Yorkshire and Humber Region. It offers multi-professional training emphasising the importance of human factors in managing crisis situations within the healthcare setting. 

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Catering – the restaurant opens at 9 am serving hot & cold meals. WRVS kiosk has fresh sandwiches & snacks.

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  • Just like to say a quick thank you to all  at the Simulation Centre. I really enjoyed my days training on 2nd August 2016.

    We were all made so welcome, and the facilities were excellent. I personally thought the course was very well balanced, and believe it has enhanced my confidence when dealing with such emergencies. I would like to say a special thank you to (Debbie) and her team who worked so hard in making sure the day flowed, and we all achieved the maximum benefit from our days training. I went to sleep that night still thinking about the days scenarios, and woke up the next morning doing the same, analysing what we  may have done differently, which highlights the courses impact on clinical thinking. I will be recommending the course to my colleagues, and once again a big thank you to all.

    Delegate whom attended the TERRI course

  • Overall, I really enjoyed the course.  The structure of it was easy to follow and engage.  Very interactive and interesting.  Dr Paul Bedford taught very well.  I feel I have left learning something and I am more competent to carry out a crisis situation to the best of my ability.

    Foundation Dentist attending Dental Foundation Course

  • I would like to register my thanks to all those involved in making the training event both available to us and also for making it interesting, informative, enjoyable and answering my incessant questioning - thank you for a great morning!

    Delegate attending Community First Responder course

  • This was a very good course, well managed and presented . Good constructive criticism. I feel more confident about my upcoming on calls. I would have liked it to have been longer as more scenarios would be valuable.

    Doctor attending RAMSI Course

  • Very pleasant and enjoyable study day. Well organised and explained very well. I will recommend the course to my colleagues.

    Delegate attending Palliative Care course

  • The course was well organised. Scenarios were very relevant to my stage in learning. Very interactive. Good feedback given.

    F2 Doctor attending the Foundation Course

  • It was an extremely useful course which I thoroughly enjoyed, it should be made mandatory as it would benefit a lot of people. It was enjoyable and was made to feel welcome from the moment I entered the room. Thank you for giving me the opportunity to attend.

    Nurse attending the TERRI Course

  • The course was very well structured and informative. Found the debriefing and information post scenarios extremely interesting.

    Delegate attending the RAMSI Course

  • I found the course very informative, all the instructors were very experienced and explained everything well. I feel I will be able to cope better if the situation did present itself - Excellent course.

    Delegate who attended the Dental Skills & Emergencies Course

  • The course was constructive and beneficial to my practice. Improved knowledge & understanding.


    Paramedic, Yorkshire Ambulance Service (TERRI Course)



Montagu Clinical Simulation Centre is indebted to the generosity of the Fred and Ann Green Legacy for providing £498,000 to build and equip the centre which opened in March 2003.

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