Simulation Centre Vision and Mission

A group of post-RN students working together in a surgical scenario, Nurse passing instrument, Nurses observing high-fidelity mannequin, Operating Room, Stimulation Centre, Daphne Cockwell Centre for Health Sciences.

Vision and Mission Statement George Brown College Simulation Centre

The Simulation Centre Vision and Mission statements reflect the George Brown College commitment to achievement. The staff, faculty and administration of George Brown College Simulation Centre are united by shared core values and objectives to enhance learner preparedness for entrance into the workplace.

Our Vision

The George Brown College Simulation Centre will be the leader for excellence in post-secondary simulation education.

Our Mission

We are inspired by a commitment to learner achievement through excellence in simulation education.

The Simulation Centre will achieve this by:

  • Integrating evidence-based, best practice simulation standards (i.e.: SSH, INACSL).
  • Engagement of administration to support building capacity within faculty and staff in order to optimize the learner experience.
  • Creating an environment for the learner that supports knowledge integration, problem solving and clinical reasoning in order to prepare work-place ready graduates.

Simulation Program Purpose Statement:

George Brown College is committed to preparing health care leaders who are highly competent, knowledgeable and who play an integral role in shaping our health care future. Through the use of the simulation, we deliver an innovative and creative educational program that encourages inquiry and promotes the discovery of the lived experience.