20-Apr-2017 3:30 PM - 7:00 PM
NAIT – Centre for Applied Technology (CAT)
11762 – 106 Street NW
Edmonton, Alberta T5G 2R1


Northern Alberta Chapter
CCHL NAC Tour of NAIT Centre for Advanced Medical Simulation


  April 20, 2017
  15:30-19:00 MST
NAIT – Centre for Applied Technology (CAT)
11762 – 106 Street NW
Edmonton, Alberta

Are you prepared? Would you know what to do?

When entering a new job or finding yourself in a situation for the first time how would you fare?

For healthcare providers, advanced medical simulation offers the opportunity to experience trauma and/or other challenging situations in a controlled environment, a learning environment in which errors may be made . . . and learned from without compromising patient safety.

Filling critical gaps in medical training, simulations range from task-based procedures through to deep-immersion simulation. As part of this unique, first of its kind CCHL opportunity, you will tour nine simulation theatres and experience first-hand the specialized capabilities of this new and unique NAIT resource. Please be aware that simulations are true-to-life and those of a sensitive nature may find involvement disturbing.

The numbers are limited for this event and so please register early.
Agenda 15:30 – 15:50
15:50 – 16:00
16:00 17:30
17:30 19:00
Registration & Networking (CAT Foyer)
Welcome and Announcements
CAT Simulation Experience / Tour
Networking (Ernest’s @ NAIT)
Prices CCHL Member:
CCHL Student Member:
Non Member
Save the date for our other CCHL – Northern Alberta Chapter Events:

6 April 2017:   Become a Mentor: Joint EHL / CCHL Mentorship Event

11 May 2017: Annual General Meeting with Dr. Jodi Abbott, President & CEO Norquest College

19 June 2017:  In a world of texts and tweets come spend quality time with your health care colleagues while enjoying a beautiful summer evening during NAC’s first golf tournament!  Registration opening soon
Thank you to our generous sponsor:

Attendance at this program entitles certified Canadian College of Health Leaders members (CHE / Fellow) to 1.50 Category I credits toward their maintenance of certification requirement.